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.
Extended members of the O’Reilly clan gathered in Moycullen, just outside Galway City, to celebrate the life ofExtended members of the O’Reilly clan gathered in Moycullen, just outside Galway City, to celebrate the life of US Army First Lieutenant Anthony O’Reilly on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Outrage over how child migrants have been separated from their families at the US border has crossed the Atlantic and put the spotlight firmly on the inadequacies of the system used to detain asylum-seekers in Ireland.
A quiet-spoken Scottish woman who has done wonders to help the survivors of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries find their voice said last week that there was still a long way to go before many of them can leave shame and fear behind them.
Marty Walsh honors Irish immigrants who built America and gave back to their homeland as he becomes the first person to be granted the Freedom of County Galway.
Where is Ireland's compassion in a country, which has a long and shameful history when it comes to how it treats its women?
Given how badly the Catholic Church has dealt with its litany of scandals in Ireland does Pope Francis owe Ireland a full apology?
Corless says Irish authorities are more concerned with saving money than justice, calls for pressure to perform full forensic excavation.
Dublin man Tom Griffin is the owner of O’Shea’s, the only Irish bar in the beautiful Nicaraguan city of Granada, which he opened at 61 years of age.
Some say the Irish famine was not a genocide but a natural disaster, other heavily criticize the British response. We look at the facts of the famine in Ireland and on the different terms used to describe 1845 and beyond.
Senator Billy Lawless admits there will be no special treatment for Irish “illegal” living in the US for decades.