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Reeling in the year 2023 on Tripe + Drisheen

The KLM: A den of inimitability

Report: Cork County Council closes gender pay gap, increases full-time workers and managers

The Friday View 15/12

Panto review: Beauty and the Beast (and Barbie)

Council watch: Going Dutch and an Event Centre update-ish

All rise? Cork City Councillor to remain seated during prayer at monthly council meeting

The Friday View 8/12

3 Cork Munster hurling matches on GAAGO is not what Cork supporters should be getting worked up about

Cork City Council's Derelict Sites Register hits 147 sites in final quarter of 2023

No Cork City or County Council staff or councillors went on NTA-funded cycle study trips in 2023

The Friday View 01/12

Work to get underway in Docklands as over 1,000 new homes to be built next to Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The Friday View 24/11

Theatre review: 'Snug' brings theatre to the pub

The Friday View 17/11

Students who make art, make an art show

The Friday View 10/11

Making sense of Cork City Council's 185-page 'robotrees' report

The Friday View 03/11

Cork County Council's Acting Chief Executive Twitter/X account 'compromised'

Live at The Marquee but for how much longer?

Review: 'Unseen' at Uillinn

🎷The Friday View 27/10

Busking by-laws: what Cork City buskers think

Theatre review: Lost Lear at The Everyman

Is Cork's €670k Urban Sculpture Trail a load of 'ArtBollocks'?

In Pics: Michael Collins statue unveiling

The Friday View 20/10

The Glasheen River was dredged to prevent flooding. It flooded anyway.

Theatre Review: Captain Wagtail

☔️The Friday View 13/10

Cork city's LGBTQ+ community searches for creative and safe spaces

Council watch: A Cork City councillor bows out and updates on housing

🔅The Friday View 06/10

How can we strengthen local government in Ireland?

Shine bright, The Constellation

Theatre review: Salomé by the Cliff

🍃The Friday View 29/09

A bike box goes up in Ballintemple, but Cork City Council says it must come down

What’s the story with 4 and 5 Fr Matthew Quay? It’s... complicated. And never ending.

The Friday View 22/09

Back to the future as Cork city to hold first car-free day in 21 years

Theatre review: Beckett at Plugd

More parks, bike lanes, pedestrianised and tree-lined streets and better public transport needed to fight climate change in Cork city

Barry sells shirts, vintage ones

The Friday View 15/09

Lord Mayor launches Cork Folk Festival, with a song

The Friday View 08/09

Two 15th Century manuscripts written in Cork, side-by-side in The Glucksman

The Tripe + Drisheen Interview

The Friday View 1/09

Where mahjong meets hurling

The Friday View 25/08

Sounds from a Safe Harbour returns after a four-year Covid-interrupted break

To make tripe and drisheen great again, a Tipperary chef makes it Japanese

Theatre review: The Glass Menagerie at The Everyman

Emerging talent at Cork Craft Month

The Friday View 04/08

Theatre review: Katty Barry - Queen of The Coal Quay

Bowling for Cork

Chippy Loves Ya Cork

The Friday View 28/07

Under a swift-filled summer sky

Cork City Councillors secure special meeting to force action on closure of Ballincollig Fire Station

The Friday View 21/07

Who owns the derelict site with a Mercedes buried under a pile of cookers in the centre of Cork city?

Theatre review: The Hare

The Friday View 14/07

The Paper Boys have plans for the Triskel. Starting with brunch.

Council watch: Cork City Council votes to sell city park land to Freemasons for €1

Snotty Bridge, CorkyMcSteel Bridge, Cheeseburger Hamburger, Rob Heffernan, Roy Keane, ROG Bridge, and Sir Henry’s Way fail to make shortlist for Cork’s newest bridge

The Friday View 07/07

"Above all this is a vote about fairness”

T+D photo competition: Summer in the city and county

BAM and Clarendon Properties have a three-point plan for Horgan’s Quay. They’ve failed spectacularly on one count.

The Friday View 30/06

Art that's meant to fade

The Friday View 23/06

Music review: 12 Ensemble at Midsummer on Midsummer Day🔥🔥

On the outskirts of Cork City, a new chapter for a long overlooked famine graveyard

The Friday View 16/06

A tale of two cities and three young theatremakers

Theatre review: Up to your neck in Happy Days

"Ulysses is not a hard read if you concentrate on the food."

Council Watch: News in brief from Cork City Council's June meeting

The Friday View 09/06

Cork’s ‘mystery’ steps on Horgan’s Quay have been closed for more than a year. Why?

The Leaving Cert revisited

In pictures: An Rás Mór - Ocean to City, 2023

🚣‍♂️The Friday View 02/06

Film review: "406 Days" - A Look Back in Anger

☀️The Friday View 26/05

"What's the sound of the Northside?"

ABP orders oral hearings in first hurdle for Iarnród Éireann's Cork rail expansion plans

In pictures: STAMP launch at The Counting House

The Friday View 19/05

Listen, engage and start again NTA told at Douglas BusConnects meeting

The Tripe + Drisheen Interview with Martin Leahy

The Friday View 12/05

Cork Bike Week 2023: Bats, bike doctors, carnivals, and a look back at our cycling past

Theatre review: You've been Tartuffed!

Councillors united around motion to get Cork City Council to reopen Ballincollig Fire Station

8 new train stations are planned for Cork but will they be on track by 2030?

The Friday View 05/05

Covid interrupted, the band played on. Now, Wildfire are ready to light up Cork Arts Theatre

The Friday View 28/04

In pictures: let the games begin on Cork city's first permanent outdoor chess tables

White Bishop to B3, Queen to D3... Pope's Quay Has Chess Tables

'Tears of joy' as Cork Educate Together Secondary School gets green light for Douglas campus

🪴The Friday View 21/04

Cork City firefighters stage industrial action over continued closure of Ballincollig fire station

From Togher Community Garden, a cookbook for all ages

Swift action needed

Cork World Book Fest 2023: Where Words Come Alive for Writers, Poets, Translators, Illustrators, and Readers

The Friday View 14/04

Lengthy and testy Cork City Council meeting on housing crisis comes up short on solutions

Pier pressure for Cork County Council as Union Hall residents attend council meeting

The Friday View 07/04

Two UCC law students launch campaign to force short-term property owners to play by the rules

Alisa: one year in Ireland

Back with a bang and a giant puppet head: at the launch of Ballydehob Jazz Festival

A proposed greenway from Blackpool highlights divisions over flood relief scheme

Saved by the bell: discussion on Cork homeless preparedness cut off by Lord Mayor

🌸The Friday View 31/03

Discovering the magic and power of seeds

A unique house goes up on the island in The Lough

Planning application for controversial East Cork piggery withdrawn

Painting a drowned world, from Cork to Venice

The Friday View 24/03

A Tripe + Drisheen update

That drumming sound you hear could be a woodpecker

Negative reviews force Dean Hotel to turn the lights off earlier

€3,300 collected in Derelict Site Levies in Cork County in 2022

☘️The Friday View 17/03

Port to Port: meet the Cork expats celebrating Patrick's Day with a festival in their new town

A journey started alone and completed together

Fears for "surge" of homelessness following lifting of eviction ban dominate city council meeting

Just 59 properties listed as derelict in County Cork

Memories of Flowers

The Friday View 10/03

A very touching film

A sculpted dog trough on St. Patrick's Street has faded from memory, if not from sight

Fighting for A-class

🌸The Friday View 03/03

New photo competition: the bridges of Cork County

Cork county gets third lowest allocation of roads funding in the country

Space to play: what's next for Glanmire?

🌸The Friday View 24/02

Residents take to Summerhill North in Cork city to protest BusConnects proposals

Revealed: the street with the worst air quality in Cork City

Irish Water's €100,000 price tag for rebrand

Property developers, charities and retailers challenge inclusion in new residential land tax

Local colour - and hidden treasures - at Sirius Arts Centre

St. Patrick's Street: where to for Cork's most storied street?

Cork architecture students launch their design anthology of solutions to dereliction

The Friday View 17/02

Tetrarch Capital’s had four years to develop two vacant sites at Parnell Place. What’s happened in the meantime?

A brighter future for historic St. Patrick's St landmark left to rot for 20 years

Insurance company agrees to further assessments of iconic Kinsale beech tree

Remembering the birds and beasts

The Friday View 10/02

New MEP office opens in Cork city centre

Car-free in Cork: week four

Writing the book on Bessborough

Lessons from Amsterdam on making Cork a cycling city

The Friday View 03/02

West Cork wind farm protest will see dancing at the crossroads on St Bridget's Day

Traveller children 12 times more likely to be homeless

Car-free in Cork: week three

Sultans return

The Friday View 27/01

Douglas Rochestown Educate Together primary school has a new permanent home

"We don't matter, we're not really teachers": Cork ETB literacy tutors set for protest action

Cork County Council says it doesn't know who boarded up the Mallow house in which a body lay for 20 years

Car-free in Cork: week two

Meet Kinsale's six-year-old singing sensation

The Friday View 20/1

Car-free in Cork: the first week

With The Four Faced Liar, Cork has a new literary journal

The Friday View 13/01

Doubts cast over the number of Castletownbere fishermen to decommission

Free buses proposed for Cork city

Cork county councillors: Irish Water "answering to nobody."

Remembering the wail of the Banshee

The Friday View 06/01