Tag Archives: NUI

The space between

  Source: Larry Busacca/Getty Images North America James Brabazon, internationally renowned war correspondent and film maker, gives a vivid, frightening but hypnotic account of what it takes physically, emotionally and personally to report from a war zone.  James Brabazon is … Continue reading

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My mums jewellery box.

As a little girl I would spend hours trawling through my mum’s jewellery box. My Mum loves her jewellery.  Everything from pearls to cameos, from sparkling gems to simple marcasite. My sisters and I would spend forever dressing up in her stunning hats and beautiful … Continue reading

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A shared love of reading

My eldest daughter is a veracious reader .  A love of reading is something  I try to encourage in all my children (not easy) but Sophie is the one who seems to love it most.  Yesterday evening when she arrived home from … Continue reading

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Reverse Mentoring

Over the Christmas break I had a wonderful get together with my former college classmates, now my best friends.  These get togethers are always great fun but also really interesting and thought provoking.  We all work in different sectors so … Continue reading

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An Investment I made almost 20 years ago still paying off today.

! Me accepting my scholarship for the Masters  in Journalism from Deputy President and Registrar at NUI, Galway, Prof. Nollaig MacCongaille. I would like to express my sincere thanks to NUIG for awarding me the scholarship towards my tuition fees … Continue reading

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