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 – simply because of who they are. ‘Call It Out’, a […]

The anonymous provision of sperm and eggs in fertility treatment is due to be banned shortly under Irish law. Parts of the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015, which have yet to be enacted in Ireland, will see the creation of a National Donor-Conceived Person Register. This Register will enable […]

After a short illness, Tony Eklof passed away peacefully in the presence of his loving family at the Bon Secours Hospital in Cork on May 20.  A lover of history (Napolean Bonaparte was his hero), Renaissance art (he loved searching out the obscure), music (he played music of all types from […]

Bantry Kupala Festival, now in its third year, celebrates the diversity and multitude of cultures to be found in Cork.  On Sunday, June 23, Wolfe Tone Square in Bantry will be transformed into a riot of colour, sound and activity with performers from as far away as India and Mexico, […]

Strong men, a mobile farm, top prize money, a young people’s art competition, a dog show and a jiving competition are just a few of the highlights at this year’s Clonakilty Show, which promises a mini wonderland at the Show Grounds in Clonakilty on Sunday, June 9.  Whatever else you […]