My pic on @ctribune front page of @patconnaughton @nba champion with the @bucks coaching youngsters at this weeks @basketball_ireland clinic in @kingfisheruniversityofgalway #buyapaper #galway #basketball #nba #bucks #irishinamerica #patconnaughton
1/6/23 – Group Editor of the Connacht Tribune interviews Irish Times Political Correspondent, author and Salthill native Harry McGee at an event in Kenny’s bookshop to celebrate the recent launch of his book, ‘The Murderer and the Taoiseach’ about the story of Malcolm Macarthur’s murdering of two innocent people in Dublin in 1982 and the scandal that the case caused for Charlie Haughey’s government. Video: Brian Harding. #GUBU#ireland#1980s#macarthur#truecrime#haughey
great coverage delivered for this fundraising event – advised the client to inform local papers in advance and they were delighted with full pages in the Galway Advertiser and Connacht Tribune respectively
delighted to see the Connacht Tribune used my pic from the launch of the Galway City and County Darkness into light walks at Ground & Co Salthill on their front page today – even more delighted to learn that my pic was mentioned by CT editor Dave O’Connell on the Keith Finnegan show on Galway Bay FM – good day all round.
The Galway City Tribune featured my pics of the launch of Galway Sick Kids charity ball where Adventurer Damian Browne, who recently completed his historic row from NYC to Galway, was on board to officially launch a new event to raise vital funds for the paediatric unit at University Hospital Galway. The record-breaking athlete showed his support at the launch of the first Galway Sick Kids Foundation Gala Ball, which will take place at the Galway Bay Hotel on Saturday, February 4th, 2023.
Relatives watch their family members on parade at the Ministerial review of the 121st Infantry battalion at Dún Uí Mhaoilíosa by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister of Defence Simon Coveney TD prior to their deployment next month to South Lebanon as part of UNIFIL under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Damien Murphy. Photo: Brian Harding.
at the Ministerial review of the 121st Infantry battalion at Dún Uí Mhaoilíosa by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister of Defence Simon Coveney TD prior to their deployment next month to South Lebanon as part of UNIFIL under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Damien Murphy