Features

A West Cork Farm Life: Adrian Buckley, Knockgorm, Drimoleague

Posted on: 10th September, 2019 in Features

The farm: I help out my father on the farm along with my two brothers. We have 40 acres on the home farm and another 20 acres rented in an outside block. We keep 40 autumn calving suckler cows. I...

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When learning isn’t so easy

Posted on: 10th September, 2019 in Features

It’s back to school time and with that comes homework and sometimes struggles with homework. Some children are labelled lazy or unable to learn when in fact they may be struggling with a learning difficulty such as dyslexia. With October...

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Find a supportive learning environment at West Cork Campus in Skibbereen (Cork College of Commerce)

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Features

This September, the West Cork Campus is offering a wide range of courses for post-leaving cert students, mature students and individuals, who want to make a career change or pursue further study giving a wide range of options for graduates....

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Catch a glimpse behind the stage curtain on The Everyman Tour

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Arts & Entertainment

Every Wednesday and Saturday at 1pm, The Everyman invites you to step behind the curtain on the immersive back-stage tour if the theatre. Today’s tour guide is local actor and performer Damien Punch. His sidekick Jimmy Bray will undergo transformations...

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The Everyman Theatre – dreaming of us since 1962

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Arts & Entertainment

“I love living, I have some problems with my life, but living is the best thing they’ve come up with so far.” Neil Simon The Odd Couple by Neil Simon runs at the Everyman Theatre on MacCurtain Street until August...

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Focusing on the individual at The Metropole Hotel

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Features

The River Lee rises in the Shehy mountains almost a hundred miles west of Patrick’s Bridge where we cross over into Cork City’s Victorian Quarter. Her name, as she flows gently out to sea, might have come from ‘Luighe’, the...

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A generation afraid for their future fights for change

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Features

Youth activist and environmental campaigner Alicia Joy O’Sullivan from Skibbereen has been fighting for change on many different issues from a young age. The inspiring 18-year-old student says that climate change is the most pressing issue to her generation –...

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People are just people

Posted on: 6th August, 2019 in Features

Imagine walking down the street and always looking over your shoulder fearful of harrassment and intimidation – simply for being yourself. Imagine your child walking down the street and dealing with abuse and insults every day of their life –...

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