Every child deserves a family to love

The Christina Nobles Sunshine Centre is a social and medical centre for children who are either orphaned or from disadvantaged backgrounds. ... Read more
Every child deserves a family to love
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Learning to dance in the rain

The challenges and joys of the past four years, if anything, have taught Susan O’Donovan to live in the moment. She gives us a glimpse int... Read more
Learning to dance in the rain
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Healing with a harp

Anja Bakker, also called The Flauting Harper, has just finished compiling her album, ‘Of Ballads and Bunting’, a selection of ancient mu... Read more
Healing with a harp
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A born fighter

If a smile is worth a thousand words, then little Emilia Perrozzi sure has a lot to say. Almost seventeen months from the day she was born o... Read more
A born fighter
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Global Shares to create 80 new jobs

West Cork based Global Shares, a leading global provider of share plan administration software, share-dealing, global custody and financial reporting tools has this week announced the creation of a further 80 new... Read on...

Ford 100 Fest on Ford family farm to mark 100 years of Ford in Ireland
(l to r) Don Coakley, Chairman, West Cork Vintage Ploughing & Threshing Association and Ciarán McMahon, Chairman and Managing Director of Ford Ireland.
Launch of Ford 100 Fest 
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The West Cork Vintage Ploughing and Threshing Association’s Ford 100 Fest will take place on the ancestral home-farm of Henry Ford at Crohane, Ballinascarthy on Sunday, August 27. Billed as a great... Read on...

A Taste of West Cork Food Festival launches delectable programme
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Pictured at the launch of ‘A Taste of West Cork Food Festival’ 2017, at Kalbos@Uillinn, Skibbereen were: from left: Sharon Corcoran, Director of Touriism, Cork County Council; Cllr. Declan Hurley, Mayor of the County of Cork and Helen Collins, chairperson "A Taste of West Cork Food Festival".  The group are pictured in front of one of the William Crozierr landscapes which is on display in the West Cork Arts Centre.
Expanding its reach even further this year, the Festival (8th-17th September), will now host over 230 culinary and adventure events across 36 towns and villages and 8 islands. The Festival will welcome visitors to a foodie’s paradise, with several national and international chefs preparing culinary-themed feasts in local restaurants, food tastings al fresco, foraging walks, open-air markets, seminars, cook-offs, masterclasses and intimate evenings with local artisan food producers imparting their culinary wisdom. For more see www.atasteofwestcork.com or follow the conversation on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
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Variety is the spice of life, and it is a spice that this year’s A Taste of West Cork Food Festival has in abundance! With 33 guest chefs, and a plethora of... Read on...

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