A mother of three who died in tragic circumstances in Mayo last week was a strong, kind and loving woman whose priority in life was the welfare and happiness of her beloved young sons, her funeral service has heard.
A mother-of-three and occupational therapist who died in tragic circumstances in Mayo last Friday was known for her loving and caring nature both in her personal life and in in the workplace, her family has indicated.
It’s a time of year for nice surprises and Margaret O’Driscoll of the Neonatal Unit at Cork University Maternity Hospital was on the receiving end when she was rewarded for her work, not least for her efforts with a premature baby boy.
There’s something akin to nostalgia in Valerie Mulcahy’s voice when the Cork GAA star recalls the very early days of her inter county career when she and her teammates would have a fry-up on the day of a big away match.
The Irish Writers Centre has announced the 18 participants for its newest programme, XBorders, an innovative new cross-border project bringing emerging writers together to explore and write about borders through fiction or non-fiction.
The kind of round object that Kerry GAA star Aidan O’Mahony usually grasps rarely glistens more than his five All-Ireland medals but Sunday night was different as he waltzed away with the inaugural glitterball trophy to win the final of the first series of RTÉ’s Dancing With The Stars.