A Unionist Voice

By Ian Marshall In Armagh, throughout ‘the troubles’ Dublin often appeared to be far away, only 80 miles by road yet feeling like 800 miles away, it was disconnected from us, often seeming irrelevant, and…

Unionist Identity in Ireland

By Choyaa – A Fermanagh Orangeman Some years ago, when I worked in the Republic of Ireland, I attended the office Christmas party, during which I got into a conversation with a colleague who was…

A date for Irish unity

By Kieran Harrahill As we come to the end of one of the most disruptive and challenging years of our lives, we face a future bound with many questions regarding how our island will be…

The Future of Ireland’s Newborns

The Shared Ireland team would like to say, comhghairdeas to an esteemed member of our group, on the birth of his first child recently. Delighted to hear both Mother and son (8lbs 1oz) are doing…