Derry desperately needs a dose of the Dungloe effect because in 2014 multinational health products company Randox announced it was generating 500-plus high-end properly paid jobs in this attractive little Donegal town.
New Sinn Féin’s (NSF’s) chief Derry cheerleader Manus McDaid’s recent reply to my earlier letter (April 30) urging me “to take note” for “being strong on looking back” was akin to the political comparison of “being savaged by a dead sheep”.
There is a great line in G.K. Chesterton's masterpiece The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare. Well, there are a lot of great lines, but the one I'm thinking of comes early in the novel sometimes described as a 'metaphysical thriller'
We know that legacy cases from our violent past are among the most difficult and sensitive matters yet to be resolved, with bereaved families waiting decades to be told the full circumstances of a loved one's death.