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.
Without the hundreds of thousands of Irish who found new lives in the Americas, and sent money back home, the scale of the disaster back home would have been unthinkable.
His mission is now set to be immortalized on film.
It has been reported that the arrests are in connection with the alleged theft of confidential documents from the Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland in relation to the killings.
Have you heard about the hurler with the crazy commute? He lives and works in the United States, but on Sunday he will run out in front of 82,300 screaming fans in Dublin in the biggest game of the year.
Ireland’s leading political party Fine Gael made promises to improve Ireland’s public health system in 2007. Today conditions in Ireland’s Emergency Departments are unacceptable.
Have you heard about the young Irishman who gave up a career in teaching in order to distill poitin, the notorious “Irish moonshine”?
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.