Painting perfect pictures
Tracey Donaghey
Tyrone pastel artist Grace Scott never had any plans to start a business, but when life got hard, painting gave her peace of mind, writes Tracey Donaghey
1 January 2020 Features
'She was absolutely astonishing'
At 11-years-old, Alexandra Johnston was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, and despite heart-breaking survival odds, her heroic spirit excelled above and beyond, writes Tracey Donaghey
1 January 2020 Fashion
Mishnóc of Athenry
Handmade on a farm in the west of Ireland, Mishnóc produces goods that have travelled across the globe. Owner Pat Delaney talks craft, animal welfare and rural Ireland with Tracey Donaghey
A tasty twist
Mary Anne Mackle may have opted for a business degree, but her passion for food became a front runner later in life, resulting in the establishment of Wee Buns Cookery School, writes Tracey Donaghey
27 November 2019 Features
Telling tales with Eleanor O'Reilly
A mother, teacher and writer, Eleanor O’Reilly chats to Tracey Donaghey about the addiction of writing, giving others a voice and why she missed out on the publication hype of her debut novel
31 July 2019 Features
'A hobby gone mad' at Amberly Alpacas
Roger and Elaine Clarke always loved doing something a bit different. Buying their first alpacas in 2006, they have now become renowned breeders with an impressive track record, writes Tracey Donaghey
19 June 2019 Features
My Country Living: Jack’s lasting legacy
International showjumper Jack Dodd passed away in June 2018. Tracey Donaghey speaks to his mother Patricia about how family and family are keeping his memory alive through the Jack Dodd foundation
12 June 2019 Features
Men's fashion: something for him
Whether you’re looking for a father’s day gift or something trendy for your other half, here are a few looks that will suit everyone, writes Tracey Donaghey
12 June 2019 Fashion
'It's about being brave'
Chartered accountant turned arable farmer Fiona Hanna is a woman who wears many hats as a result of a "career break" that never really happened, writes Tracey Donaghey
12 June 2019 Features
'The success for women will be when being a woman in farming isn't newsworthy'
As part of our Women and Agriculture series in association with FBD Insurance, Tracey Donaghey talks to Minette Batters, the first female president of the National Farmers' Union
12 June 2019 Features
My Country Living: A real life fairy-tale
With three All-Ireland club camogie medals in her back pocket, Slaughtneil’s Aoife Ní Chaiside pays tribute to her heritage, her father and her love for the Irish language, writes Tracey Donaghey
5 June 2019 Features
Stop and think for farm safety
In a bid to raise farm safety awareness, Farm Accidents: A Survivor’s Perspective, puts personal stories at the forefront, writes Tracey Donaghey
29 May 2019 Features