Catherine Devane is a copywriter/journalist with IrishCentral. Her bylines have appeared in national and local print publications and she has also been a contributor for radio stations. Coming from Dingle in County Kerry, she has a love for the Irish culture, heritage, and scenery. Catherine holds a BA. in journalism from the Technological University Dublin.
The event will celebrate the fascinating lives of Averil Deverell, one of the first Irish women barristers, and Kate Tyrell, the first woman ship’s sea captain in Ireland.
A day of celebration for Fungie the Dolphin was filled with trad music, ice cream, and boat trips.
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Local boat operators in Dingle, Co. Kerry will be offering free boat trips out to the entrance of the harbor with donations going towards two local charities.
The latest episode of the 'Irish Stew Podcast' dives into why Irish cultural centers are the foundation blocks for increasing Ireland's global footprint.
An Irish feminist group has launched a petition to make St Brigid's Day a national holiday following the government’s statement that a new public holiday will be announced.
The new free app aims to connect global Irish speakers of all levels and to encourage businesses to speak a "cúpla focail" with their customers.
Aer Lingus took special care of its VIP passenger Julius Caesar, a loggerhead turtle, who made its return to Gran Canaria from Ireland this week.
The Hard Way Home have called it a day but their adventure rowing across the Atlantic has raised over €5,000 for The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust.
The data, published by Ireland's Central Statistics Office, marks the first time the Irish population has risen above five million since the 1851 census