#StillBeautiful #StillNepal

Over two months have passed now since the earthquake of April 25 rocked Nepal to its very core and the endless aftershocks and tremors which... Read more
#StillBeautiful #StillNepal
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A breed apart

Suckler farmer Tommy Moyles is doing a job he has always wanted to do, in a place he enjoys living in. Just a stone’s throw from Sandescov... Read more
A breed apart
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Farmers’ milking success

Corney and John Buckley are two generations of farmers in Bantry. Corney is married to Sheila and the couple also has a daughter, Ann. As we... Read more
Farmers’ milking success
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Irish adventurers successfully cross Greenland Ice Cap

Irish Duo Mike O’Shea and Clare O’Leary from Bandon, recently completed a 600km crossing of Greenland Ice Cap. Clare talks to Mary O’B... Read more
Irish adventurers successfully cross Greenland Ice Cap
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Warm wet summer ahead
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Ken Ring, the New Zealand long-range forecaster and author of the Weather Almanac for Ireland for 2015, predicted that June would bring summer conditions, with the second week sunny and dry, the... Read on...

Clonakilty’s Community Cycle Scheme takes to the streets
Tom O'Donovan, O'Donovan's Hotel, and Mayor Cionnaith lead the parade to launch Clon Bike Fest.

The fourth annual Clonakilty Bicycle Festival kicked off on June 11 with the official opening of a new bike hire scheme at O’Donovan’s Hotel. A brainchild of hotelier Tom O’Donovan and sponsored... Read on...

Famine walking trail app and book launched in Skibbereen
Terri Kearney and Philip O'Regan at the launch of the new Walking Trail and book.

‘Skibbereen: The Famine Story’, is the title of a new walking trail app and a book, which were launched on Saturday evening, June 20, at Skibbereen Heritage Centre. Terri Kearney, manager at... Read on...

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