Niall is the Founder of IrishCentral as well as of Irish America Magazine and the Irish Voice Newspaper. He is also responsible for publishing IrishCentral.com community newspaper and The Irish Emigrant newspaper, in Boston.
He founded the Wall Street 50 awards, the Top 100 Irish Americans, the Business 100 and more recently the Top 50 Women in Business and the Irish Legal 100 awards.
Niall was awarded an honorary doctorate by University College Dublin for his work on the Irish peace process, which was a subject of a book, "Daring Diplomacy" and a PBS Special, "An Irish Voice."
The man who crafted Ireland's lasting image in America through 'The Quiet Man,' a film whose influence is still felt today.
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.
Not since 9/11 has New York or the world been so shocked but this too shall pass and our ingenuity will overcome COVID-19.
Micil Distillery in Co Galway is rising to the unprecedented challenge of coronavirus in Ireland.
Living in unprecedented times amid the COVID-19 outbreak it was a sad St. Patrick's Day in New York but we'll be back!
The visit by Pope John Paul II to Ireland in September of 1979 marked the high point of 1,500 years of Catholicism in the country since the time of Patrick.
Gilead, a California-based drug company led by Irish American Daniel O’Day, may have a treatment that is effective for COVID-19.
Maureen O’Hara, the star of Quiet Man, may have been the cool, clean heroine in many of her films, but a notorious sex scandal hurt her career.