Articles by Jo Lavelle
Catch up on all the latest news from Galway in our fab May issue. Our cover star Sile Seoige talks about her recent battle with cancer and how she has come out the other end fighting fit with a whole new outlook on life. We also fill you in on the latest hot diet that [...]
The Dec/Jan issue of GALWAYnow is on shelves this week with a gorgeous gift guide, cover shoot with Galway’s reality star Layla Flaherty and Lily-Mae’s battle for Christmas number one. We also sit down with top Irish designer Paul Costelloe who reveals all about going back to basics and we have top makeup tips from [...]
It’s that time of year again! The Fashion Innovation Awards are back and will take place on Thursday 28 March 2013 in The Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway. Last year’s show was a sell-out success, showcasing the most innovative and talented designers in Ireland. Tickets will be on sale very soon – make sure to get [...]
A bumper issue featuring our cover star Nora Jane Noone in an exclusive shoot where she speaks about her new tv series, WeddingsNow special- all you need to know for your big day and get a free holiday to Malta! In all good news agents from Friday!
By Carmel Dooley Having a baby is the most natural thing in the world…or is it? As Ireland’s baby boomers reach child-bearing age, one couple in six is seeking help to have a baby, making infertility a very widespread problem. Doctors estimate that in the next 20 years, infertility will affect one person out of [...]
Words and Photography by Mona Wise Start them young, I say! Admittedly, we were at a small advantage because we lived above our own restaurant when the babies came along. It wasn’t en-vogue to be feeding one’s children homemade baby food. It was way more fashionable to be out buying the most expensive organic baby-goop [...]
Single and on the look-out for a new fella? Connacht Rugby’s Mike McCarthy chats to his team mates for tips on how bag your man. “My view is that the old school method of waiting for the male to approach the female is a thing of the past and my panel of three lads are [...]