For singer-songwriter Lewis Barfoot, a journey into Mother Ireland uncovers a dark past of institutional incarceration for her Cork-born female…
A Clonakilty photography exhibition to lift the spirits, Cork Nature Network launch new wild map of Cork city, a Dunmanway shop gazumps Minimum Unit…
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Kevin Long has been rooting around in the drawers of history looking at how Cork fell in and out of love with cycling. There's a book in there, he…
We polled all the city’s elected representatives on whether or not they would support mandatory Covid vaccination.
Marie Hanlon's water-inspired exhibition in Skibbereen examines water pollution, water scarcity, and the future of the most precious finite resource on…
Welcome to the first Friday of 2022 - there's parks that need cleaning, bikes that need cycling and Rembrandt prints that will be leaving.
An unlikely friendship between an ex-prisoner from Cork prison and an ex-prison officer speaks volumes about Irish crime and punishment.
In Mayfield, the close-knit support of a Men’s Shed brings a sense of community and purpose to members, but their lack of premises is hindering their…
A city centre site lay vacant and derelict for more than a decade before being sold by Dairygold to UCC for €17.25m in 2019.
Farmer’s markets and Christmas markets might be all the rage now, but the Coal Quay’s famous Shawlies once had a fight on their hands to keep their…
206,000 tonnes of waste were exported from the Port of Cork in 2020, and only 5.5% of this was plastics for recycling.
More than eight months after a fire at a waste facility in the Northside, there are questions as to why one residential area carries the burden of so…