Just in time for Christmas, ‘Pretty Interesting History’ has launched the latest in a series of whimsical visual anthologies of Irish women’s social history – ‘The Curious Lady’s Guide to Marriage’. The writer, designer and illustrator behind these humourous historical guides is Jenny Dempsey, a self-proclaimed history obsessive and talented […]
Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce has some lovely prizes up its sleeve for budding artists! Simply right click on the image above to download this picture, colour in and drop your entry into the Christmas post box on Astna Square. NB: Please include your name, age and contact email.
Kieran Doyle, a teacher at Clonakilty Community College, shares some of the many challenges facing teachers and students in the classroom since schools reopened under the new restrictions. He says that although the Levels affect the schools in the same way as the rest of society, there are still many […]
Sixteen-year-old Harold Paulino, a Fifth Year student at Clonakilty Community College, is trying to remain positive that Covid will be dealt with by Christmas next year. “Hopefully there is a vaccine by then,” he says optimistically. “I’m hoping that the virus won’t be a problem by the time I am […]
Ballinascarthy native and UL student Matthew Hurley plans on going to as many GAA matches as possible when life does return to some form of normality post-Covid. “What I’ve learned from Covid is that life is too short,” he says frankly. The 19-year-old sports enthusiast is in his first year […]
Teachers at St. Joseph’s Girls National School in Clonakilty share some of the highs and lows of ‘school in Covid times’ How has Covid impacted on the way you teach now? We have incorporated some online homework once a week since we returned to school – for example the children […]