Lee’s and Nils: West Cork clubs in the city

Gaelic football in Cork has always been strongest in the west of the rebel county while hurling claimed dominance in the city, but in the la... Read more
Lee’s and Nils: West Cork clubs in the city
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The walk of a lifetime

The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) is a large network of ancient pilgrim routes stretching right across Europe and attracting hun... Read more
The walk of a lifetime
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Stories of the Revolution 1916-1923 by local schools

An important and very valuable archive of local stories, many of them previously unrecorded, has been compiled as a result of a schools’ h... Read more
Stories of the Revolution 1916-1923 by local schools
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An open home and an open heart

For the past 21 years, Michael and Elma O’Neill have opened up their home and their hearts to at least 13 children in need of foster care ... Read more
An open home and an open heart
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Clune to lobby new Minister on Seven Heads Peninsula decision
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Ireland South MEP and member of the EU Tourism Taskforce Deirdre Clune has met with and is supporting campaigners in Cork whose are lobbying to include the Seven Heads Peninsula on the... Read on...

Bantry Bay Port Company welcomes first liner to Bantry Bay in almost 30 years
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Holland America Lines, MS Prinsendam made her maiden call to Bantry Bay Harbour on June 12 on what was to be the first visit of a cruise liner to Bantry in almost... Read on...

Rathbarry is Ireland’s Best Kept Town 2017
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Rathbarry is the overall winner of Ireland’s Best Kept Town competition, 2017. The results were announced on June 20 at an awards ceremony in Farmleigh House. Rathbarry also won the Best Kept... Read on...

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