ALREADY recognised as of Cork’s shining literary gems, the award-winning Phillip’s Bookstore in Mallow has added yet another string to its impressive bow after making the long-list for the prestigious 2022 An Post ‘Bookshop of the Year’ award.
A colourful tale about a windy day in Doneraile and account of the intense rivalry between the between the Rebels and the Déise as told by one of north Cork’s most recognisable sporting faces are among the yarns included a compelling new book about the GAA
A quartet of students from St Colman’s College in Fermoy are set to take on the task of managing and rearing their own mini-herd of Irish Angus calves as part of a prestigious national agri-science project.
Sustainability has been the key driver behind the development of the long-awaited new first station that was officially opened this week during a visit to Cork by the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien.
The expansion of a scheme offering financial help to people seeking to purchase and renovate vacant buildings into homes in rural areas has been welcomed by a Duhallow-based Cork county councillor.
WITH just over a fortnight to go until the return of the Munster Maths and Science Fair, more than 50 exhibitors have already confirmed they will be attending the event at the Mallow GAA Complex on Sunday, October 16.
AS the country began to emerge from the Covid pandemic last year, the Irish music scene also started to emerge from its enforced hibernation, with artists getting back to doing what they do best – playing to live audiences.
POPULAR North Cork singer/songwriter Annmarie O’Riordan is set to launch her much anticipated new album ‘The Harvest Dance’ at a gig this coming Sunday evening at the Gleneagle INEC in Killarney.
THE principal of a North Cork post primary school has called for a review of the capitation grant amid concerns it will not cover the increasing costs of electricity and heating this winter.
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