Sustainable gardening

Noah Chase of Deelish Garden Centre looks at growing plants without the use of chemical pesticides, herbicides and inorganic fertilisers tha... Read more
Sustainable gardening
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A Homeopath’s story

Bernie Smyth has been practicing homeopathy in Clonakilty for almost 20 years. She is also a lecturer and mentor of students at the Irish Sc... Read more
A Homeopath’s story
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A home on wheels

Living without the constraints of a traditional mortgage is something that most homeowners just dream about. We’ve all watched with intere... Read more
A home on wheels
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‘Hope to the Homeless’ on the streets of Cork City

On the streets of Cork City, a Christian organisation and charity called ‘Hope for the Homeless’ is trying to make a difference. Led by ... Read more
‘Hope to the Homeless’ on the streets of Cork City
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Fundraising underway for new playground in Innishannon
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An endeavour to provide the Innishannon area with a much-needed playground has kicked off with enthusiasm. The Innishannon Playground group launched their playground campaign with an open meeting on April 20. An... Read on...

Enibas commemorative pendant for Colin Vearncombe to raise funds for Brú Columbanus
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One of Ireland's leading contemporary jewellery brands Enibas has unveiled a special commemorative pendant for Colin Vearncombe (Black) fans around the world with all proceeds going to Cork based charity Brú Columbanus. Colin, an internationally loved singer, songwriter passed away in Cork University Hospital on January 26th last year after a car accident on route to Cork airport.
Pictured launching the pendant were Sabine Lenz, Enibas & Camilla Griehsel (Colin's wife)

Pic. Emma Jervis Photography

One of Ireland’s leading contemporary jewellery brands, Enibas, has unveiled a special commemorative pendant for Colin Vearncombe (Black) fans around the world with all proceeds going to Cork-based charity Brú Columbanus. Colin,... Read on...

Dunmanway tackles food waste
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Dunmanway Family Resource Centre is one of the first organisations in West Cork to sign up with Food Cloud, in connection with Aldi in Dunmanway, making a limited amount of fresh food... Read on...

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