New book delves in to parental paranoia

Stella O’Malley’s new book ‘Cotton Wool Kids: What’s making Irish parents paranoid?’ reveals the media-fuelled madness of para... Read more
New book delves in to parental paranoia
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A green space owned by no one but engaged by all

In the midst of a housing estate in Dunmanway lies a patch of green land. On closer inspection you will notice raised beds, a willow shelter... Read more
A green space owned by no one but engaged by all
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Witnessing the resilience of Haitians

On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 struck Haiti. More than 220,000 people were killed and over 300,000 in... Read more
Witnessing the resilience of Haitians
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The greatest gift you can leave behind

There are over 600 people in Ireland awaiting life-saving heart, lung, liver, kidney and pancreas transplants. Worryingly, the number of org... Read more
The greatest gift you can leave behind
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Major new tourism initiative for Beara Peninsula
Promotion Beara

Promotion Beara is the new title of the original Kenmare Beara Tourism Cluster that was established in 2010, under the Collabor8 Programme.  The group is based in the greater Beara region traversing... Read on...

Kinsale Pink Ribbon Walk raises €50,000 and counting for Action Breast Cancer
Kinsale Pink Ribbon Walk raises over Û50,000 for cancer research

On Sunday March 1, almost 1,100 walkers and runners raised over €50,000 (and counting) on the fourth Kinsale Pink Ribbon Walk, to benefit Action Breast Cancer, a programme of the Irish Cancer... Read on...

Education Minister turns sod on Skibbereen Community School
MINISTER JAN O’SULLIVAN TURNS SOD ON NEW COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOR

On February 12, the Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan TD, performed the official sod turning on the site of the new community school at Gortnacloughy, Skibbereen. Construction is already underway... Read on...

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