RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT
If the spheres of religion, motoring and rambling op-ed columns were three sets in a journalistic Venn diagram, then their intersection would contain William Scholes.
He has the pleasures of writing about faith and cars for the Irish News, a blend of God and mammon likely to be unique in daily newspapers, perhaps for good reason.
He is possibly the only jo[...]
AT least we now know what the wages of din amount to: in a truly heroic act of self-indulgence, Stephen Nolan will this morning devote the full hour-and-a-half of his own BBC Radio Ulster show to himself and his up-to-£450,000 salary.
AS the ozone layer over Belfast begins its long recovery before next July's Eleventh night bonfires, it would be churlish not to pick through the ashes and acknowledge that this week's Orangefest was the quietest yet.