Multimedia Journalist with Derry Post & Derry Now.
Today I visited my daughter’s grave.
A short sentence. Only six words. Six words no parent would ever hope to speak, but it’s our reality.
By Liam Tunney5 months ago in Families
Granda wasn’t a huge football fan. Not in the sense that he would go and stand on terraces every week, singing and chanting, but he had a real interest in the stories and narrative around the sport.
A lone dog meandered down the footpath outside Sean’s house. A greyhound, he thought, but it was hard to be certain in the half-light of the empty street.
By Liam Tunney5 months ago in Fiction
Not many were bothering with the football that was on the television. Indeed, most were doing their level best to avoid it. Liverpool v QPR.
By Liam Tunneyabout a year ago in Humans
It's breezy in Ballypatrick Forest, but the car park is well-populated.
Families step out of cars, stretching and reaching for jackets. Cyclists kick off down the forest path.
By Liam Tunneyabout a year ago in Criminal