Nathan Fairley, reflects on the magnificent life and legacy Prince Philip leaves behind, having been laid to rest on Saturday, April 18th.
2020 will go down in the annals of history as ‘The Covid Year, The Time of The Pandemic.’ So it was. During the year we sadly lost music pioneers – musicians, singers, producers and promoters. The Gown Editor, Peter Donnelly remembers them in our ‘Roll of Honour for Music Greats’ who lefts us in 2020.
To mark the news of former Supreme Court justice, Lord Kerr’s passing, The Gown pays tribute to this esteemed alumnus of Queen’s University and the
indelible impression he has made on the legal landscapes of the UK, Ireland and the Commonwealth.
The Credit Union movement recently recognised John Hume, as one of its key founders in Derry and the North West region, by releasing a portrait of the peacemaker commissioned by Dublin artist Shane Gillen. The death in August of John Hume, the leader of the SDLP for over twenty years, signalled a time for reflectionContinue reading “John Hume: A Legacy of Honour Autumn Issue 2”