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Maria  Moynihan
Maria Moynihan

Features Editor, Irish Country Living

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Maria Moynihan is Features Editor with Irish Country Living. A graduate of Dublin City University, she has worked with the Irish Farmers Journal since 2005. A native of Tralee, Co Kerry, she previously worked with The Kerryman and won the EU Young Irish Journalist award in 2006. Maria is constantly on the look-out for inspiring stories from rural Ireland, be it business, food, fashion, travel or family issues. She is also a contributor and columnist with Irish Country Magazine. Outside of work, she is chair of Kerry’s Slowcial Cycling Club and enjoys travelling and attempting to be a domestic goddess; with limited success.

Ahead of the Buy My Dress fundraiser in aid of The Down Syndrome Centre on 30 September, Jackie Carlile explains just how important the support is to her daughter Lara, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 21 September 2017
Two Galway restaurants are in the running for the Food Made Good Business Awards.
By Maria Moynihan on 14 September 2017
A group of crafty Kildare kids have sewn their way to success at the "ploughing" of the quilt world, writes Maria Moynihan
By Maria Moynihan on 14 September 2017
Mary Bermingham came to Kinvara on holiday 30 years ago with just a pair of jeans - and never left. And her journey at the Burren Nature Sanctuary has been just as surprising, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 14 September 2017
When Kevin and Ann Dunne opened The White Gables in Moycullen, eight miles from Galway city, people thought they “were mad”. But over 25 years later, they continue to thrive, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 31 August 2017
Myles and Jane Lamberth took over Shells Café in 2010 with €5,000, a lick of paint and a 10-day-turnaround after moving lock, stock - and surfboard - to Sligo, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 07 September 2017
In times of crisis, you become creative, maintains Newbridge Silverware CEO William Doyle, who has never been afraid to take a risk, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 24 August 2017
Opening a community hotel – that’s the remarkable step residents of the border village of Knockatallon in Co Monaghan took to develop tourism in their area, writes Margaret Hawkins.
By Maria Moynihan on 24 August 2017
SALT restaurant and bar brings style and sustenance to Galway's most popular seaside village.
By Maria Moynihan on 17 August 2017
O'Neill's Dry Cure Bacon Co from County Wexford wins coveted two-star Great Taste award.
By Maria Moynihan on 24 August 2017
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