SUZANNE MCGONAGLE

SUZANNE MCGONAGLE

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Suzanne McGonagle has been a journalist for the Irish News for 12 years, working on a wide variety of news and entertainment stories.

Suzanne studied Media and English at Ulster University before completing a Masters in Newspaper Journalism at the same university.

She began her journalism career at City Beat Radio in Belfast where she worked as a reporter and newsreader from 1999 to 2003.

Suzanne also worked as a news presenter for Seven Sound Radio in Ballymena in 2002.

She joined the Irish News in 2003 as a reporter. She spent several years as the newspaper's Newry correspondent, covering the Newry and Armagh areas.

As a news reporter, now based in Belfast, she covers news, entertainment, showbiz and human interest stories.

Suzanne also writes a weekly column for the Irish News, featured every Friday.

She lives in Co Down with her husband and three sons.


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