Category: CRAICing beauty

I’m Not Myself, You See…

He’s not himself, you see, well, he is himself but he isn’t. He was himself and still is, but now I’m gone. So if I’m there, where am I?

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She Is Lovely And Fair – Best of luck to the Galway Rose Tonight

By Avril HORAN The tea will be made and the prayers will be said before Moycullen’s Olga Lee (25) steps out onto the stage in the Dome, as she represents Galway in this year’s Rose of Tralee, taking place from August 14th to 18th. Olga comes from a large family, with five sisters and, following a stint in Trinity, she will return to NUIG this September to complete a master’s degree in business psychology.  We had to find out more about this cake loving beauty with our own Q and A before she faces presenter Daithi O’Sé live on RTE tonight. How has the Rose of Tralee experience been so far? […]

Galway girl for Miss Supranational!

The CRAIC in Galway 48 cover girl Racheal Carroll is representing Galway on 7th Miss Supranational in October. Racheal is model of Roza Model Agency sponsored by Monroe’s Live on her Supranational venture. She will appear in the final with about 80 delegates from around the world!

Fashion for the Beer Garden

by Fiona NI FHOGHLUA When you’re on a day off and the sun appears from behind those rain clouds, what is the first thing most of us do for the day – head for a beer garden with friends! Theres so many good ones to choose from in Galway! Its that rare time that we get to enjoy a drink, the sun and good company.  I have styled four outfits to give an idea of what I would wear if I were having to get dressed in a hurry to catch the good weather!    The first outfit I picked is one I would go for straight away if I were […]

Renmore Beauty Tirna Ready for Miss Ireland!

by Avril HORAN On August 28th, Renmore’s Tirna Slevin will take to the catwalk to represent Galway in the Miss Ireland finals 2015.  The 20-year-old beauty is no stranger to the limelight as she is a model with the local Catwalk agency, whilst also juggling her studies in event management and PR at GMIT and waitressing at the G-hotel. Tirna is hoping the Miss Ireland platform will give her the opportunity to go into modelling full-time, as she would love to pursue a successful career from it.  She is feeling confident in advance of the competition and is excited about the future. “I’m feeling really excited about the competition,” she told […]