A former newspaper journalist, Ciaran was a staff reporter with the Connacht Tribune group in Galway for over 22 years. He has regularly contributed to The Irish Times and Hot Press magazine, as well as a number of travel and political publications. Ciaran has a keen interest in Irish culture, music, politics, and travel, and is seeking new challenges in the digital age.
Asylum-seekers in Ireland are concerned about overcrowding in Direct Provisions centers during the coronavirus pandemic.
From bingo on the balconies of apartment blocks in Dublin to live yoga classes and rooftop concerts streamed online, Irish people are showing an amazing sense of community and humor.
Micil Distillery in Co Galway is rising to the unprecedented challenge of coronavirus in Ireland.
US Democrats in Ireland, keen to see Trump's presidency come to an end in November, were able to cast their votes in the Democratic primary from a Co Galway pub.
Survivors of Ireland's notorious religious institutions say they were re-traumatized as the Irish State attempted to construct a Redress scheme
Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald announced that two upcoming rallies have been postponed after the Dublin school which her children attend has been shut down due to coronavirus
As a government in Ireland has yet to be formed, Sinn Féin's rallies around the country after Ireland's General Election have drawn exceptional support.
The IRFU announced after a meeting with Health Minister Simon Harris that the upcoming Ireland-Italy Six Nations rugby match at Dublin's Aviva Stadium has been canceled amid coronavirus fears.
After Ireland's General Election 2020, it's time to consider "when can 'terrorists' or 'gunmen' become 'normal' politicians in Ireland?"
Elizabeth Coppin was forced to work without pay under cruel conditions in three different Magdalene Laundries.