Through The Ages: Our First Modern Hospitals – Published Limerick Life Newspaper, November 2017

There were three major features to the early decades of the 1800s in Limerick: civil unrest, hunger and sickness. The latter is no surprise, given the difficulties faced by the inhabitants of the city. In many parts, they lived cheek-by-jowl, with poor nutrition and even worse sanitation. In the cramped confines of the old town […]

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Through the Ages: the Tithe War – Published Limerick Life Newspaper, November 2017

As we’ve charted the history of Limerick through the late 18th and early 19th century, one common theme has emerged: agrarian unrest. It was one of the many reasons for the 1798 Rebellion, gave rise to the Whiteboy and Ribbonmen movements, and indeed helped support Daniel O’Connell on his rapid political trajectory. It was also, […]

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Review of Salt, Galway – Published Food & Wine Magazine, November 2017

Salt Restaurant and Bar 163 Upper Salthill Galway +353(091)448441 www.saltgalway.com It’s a rare thing in Ireland to combine a Sunday with sunshine and a trip to the seaside. We somehow managed this remarkable feat on the day we visited Salt, the newly-opened seafood restaurant in Salthill, Galway. Despite the honeyed voice of the jazz singer […]

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