Sharon Ní Chonchúir Journalist
  • Dingle
  • Freelance

I am a bilingual journalist and copywriter for regional, Irish, and international publications and online media. For the past twenty years and counting, I’ve delivered fresh, informative, and engaging feature articles, opinion pieces, personal columns, and copy for commercial and advertorial purposes to a wide range of clients. I write in English and in Irish across topics that include health and wellbeing; food, nutrition, and how we eat now; social and women’s issues; parenting and relationships; and the changing face of Irish society and the Irish language.

Published In

The Irish Examiner, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Irish Post, Irish America

Focus Areas

  • Health
  • Wellbeing
  • Food
  • Nutrition
  • Social Issues
  • Women’s Issues
  • Environment
  • Parenting
  • Relationships
  • Lifestyle
  • the Irish language

60 Articles
about 2 years ago
irishpost.com

Let's talk about Ireland of the one hundred thousand welcomes | The Irish Post

WE Irish are celebrated for the hundred thousand welcomes to give to those who visit our country....

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over 2 years ago
irishpost.com

Being a woman means your life is always in danger - it's exhausting to live like this | The Irish...

A FORTNIGHT has now gone by since Aisling Murphy was murdered and all of Ireland is still convuls...

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over 2 years ago
irishpost.com

A beautiful Irish song to lift your spirits this Christmas | The Irish Post

WHAT'S your favourite Christmas song?There are lots to choose from, but the one that always lift...

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over 2 years ago
irishpost.com

The story of Seán Binder: a tale of compassion for refugees | The Irish Post

ON Friday, November 18 a young man of German and Vietnamese heritage who was raised here in West ...

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over 2 years ago
irishpost.com

Halloween and our heritage as people, parents, and proud descendants of Ireland | The Irish Post

WHEN you bring a child into the world and start trying to raise them into good people, you can’t ...

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over 2 years ago
irishpost.com

Why September is the month to try something new - like learning to speak Irish | The Irish Post

I LOVE the month of September. Sure, I get sad at the thought of saying goodbye to summer and a...

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almost 3 years ago
irishpost.com

Dissecting Ireland’s mixed feelings about supporting England and the European Soccer Championship...

I HAVE complicated feelings about England’s recent success and near-win in the UEFA European Cham...

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almost 3 years ago
irishpost.com

Life, love, and childcare - why we must talk about women's roles to achieve true equality | The I...

HAVE any of you read A Ghost in the Throat by Doireann Ní Ghríofa? I finished this unusual book...

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about 3 years ago
irishpost.com

After a year of anxiety and with my jab booked, I can now envisage an end to the pandemic | The I...

I HAVE an appointment with my doctor in two days’ time to receive my vaccine. My partner, my pa...

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about 3 years ago
irishpost.com

Post-pandemic, what spaces will remain for us to come together as a community? | The Irish Post

I LOVED going to the library when I was a child. Reading was my favourite pastime and I remember...

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over 3 years ago
irishpost.com

Text me when you get home: the reality of being a woman in the world | The Irish Post

ALL over the world, people are reading the tragic story of Sarah Everard. Women everywhere feel ...

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over 3 years ago
irishpost.com

How Covid-19 has changed the way I plan for the year ahead | The Irish Post

IT'S a tradition for many of us to make resolutions at the start of each new year.We look back a...

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