Mac Lochlainn says it’s time other parties engaged with SF “in the here and…

first_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleMairead Mc Guinness joins Jim Higgins on FG European Election ticketNext articleTwo men arrested in Strabane in connection with Ballybofey armed robbery News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp The Labour leader says Sinn Fein has a “long way to go” before being considered as a potential partner in Government.Eamon Gilmore was responding to a suggestion made by Gerry Adams at the Sinn Fein Ard Fheis in Wexford, where he spoke of a future coalition between the country’s left wing parties.While The Tanaiste didn’t rule out the possibilty – he was critical of Sinn Fein’s economic policies – and said the party had many legacy issues to sort out first…………..[podcasthttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/egilmlegacy.mp3[/podcast]However, in his speech to the Ard Fheis, Donegal North East Deputy and Sinn Fein Justice Spokesperson Padraig Mac Lochlainn said Fine Gael, Labour and Fianna Fáil would have it that nothing less than chivalrous happened in the Civil War or the war of independence. In his view, he said, no distinction could be made between them and the conflict in the North.He told Highland Radio News this evening it’s time for people like Eamon Gilmore and others to stop hiding behind the legacy argument, and debate the politics of the here and now…………..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/pmaclegacy.mp3[/podcast] Twitter News Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterestcenter_img Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Twitter By News Highland – February 9, 2014 Facebook Mac Lochlainn says it’s time other parties engaged with SF “in the here and now” Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Rebecca Naomi Jones to Star in Hedwig on Broadway

first_img Jones’ Broadway credits include the Michael Mayer-helmed American Idiot and Passing Strange; she can currently be seen off-Broadway in Big Love. It’s Rebecca Naomi Jones’ turn to invest in a packer! The Broadway alum will begin performances as Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on April 14. As previously announced, Lena Hall will play her final performance in the role on April 4; understudy Shannon Conley will appear as Yitzhak in the interim. The production currently stars the musical’s co-creator John Cameron Mitchell in the title role and is running at the Great White Way’s Belasco Theatre. Written by Mitchell and directed by Mayer, Hedwig and the Angry Inch tells the story of a fictional rock ‘n’ roll band, fronted by Hedwig, a transgender woman from communist East Berlin. Between rock songs, Hedwig regales the audience with both humorous and painful stories about her life, including her botched sex change operation. The score by Stephen Trask features “Tear Me Down,” “Wig in a Box,” “Wicked Little Town,” “The Origin of Love,” “Angry Inch” and more. Mitchell will play his final performance as Hedwig on April 26 and Darren Criss will step into his heels on April 29 for a 12-week engagement. View Commentscenter_img Hedwig and the Angry Inch Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015last_img read more

Ferguson realistic over agents controls

first_img Press Association Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson doubts whether Gary Neville will ever get his wish for even greater transparency with agents’ fees. Last weekend, Neville wrote a thought-provoking column in which he condemned the practice of agents “hanging round youth games” in order to gain influence on them. One of the ways of averting such a situation, reasoned Neville, was to publish the salaries of players, plus details of what specific commission was paid to whom, and for what, in every deal. Ferguson can see the reasoning behind Neville’s call but does not think it is particularly likely, and said: “I don’t know how you could apply that.” center_img He added: “I don’t see it doing any harm of course. It may highlight to the paying public how ridiculous it can be for some agents to make the money they do. “But I don’t think that will ever change. Once there is a transfer window people will make money. “Agents are not going to go away. We would all like to see it but it won’t happen.” last_img read more