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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.

The INHA will mark World Prematurity Day with a medical symposium
By Maria Moynihan on 16 November 2017
Holycross Marvellous Meringue Shots make for lip-smacking treats from The Tipperary Kitchen, writes Maria Moynihan
By Maria Moynihan on 02 November 2017
As she returns to our screens with Tastes Like Home, Catherine Fulvio shares her favourite food memories and two new recipes, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 02 November 2017
From gherkins and quail eggs to smoked meats and traditional breads, meet some of the “new Irish” who are bringing flavours from home to our food scene, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 16 November 2017
With farmers at the heart of rural Ireland, when it comes to real inclusion for people with disabilities, projects like Kerry Social Farming are leading the way, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 02 November 2017
Necessity was the mother of invention when Anne Neary started cookery classes in her kitchen to make ends meet on the farm. Today, Kilkenny would not be the same without her, writes Maria Moynihan
By Maria Moynihan on 26 October 2017
Artist Róisín O'Farrell returns with a new exhibition inspired by country life
By Maria Moynihan on 12 October 2017
As MD of Polar Ice Ltd - Ireland’s leading dry ice manufacturer - is Alison Ritchie Ireland’s very own Elsa from Disney's Frozen? writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 12 October 2017
Sheena Dignam's quest to set the record straight about Irish food has led to a series of tempting tours to sate every appetite, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 05 October 2017
With two million coffee cups going into landfill each day, how can you make a difference?
By Maria Moynihan on 28 September 2017
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