The Gown’s exclusive two-part feature on the life of John Hume, who died earlier in August, aged 83. His steadfastness in pursuing a peaceful settlement to Northern Ireland and the perpetual ills of the ‘Irish question’ changed the country’s political and social landscape for future generations.
Peter Donnelly, Opinions Editor, examines Colum Kenny’s recently published book on the Irish leader’s life What history has continually proven is the ease with which the mind overlooks those individuals who tirelessly toiled for the comfortable benefit of others. It is in many ways a valuable, albeit a disappointing, reality of life. Those that haveContinue reading “Arthur Griffith: A Neglected ‘Enigma’ captured by Colum Kenny”