In December, Jack & Jill Liaison Nurse Eilín Ni Mhurchú was delighted to receive a cheque for almost €14,000 thanks to the hundreds of supporters who took to the streets of Clonakilty on Sunday, September 29 to raise funds for Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation. The Jack & Jill Children’s […]

Ireland’s first educational course to examine the modern history of the Irish LGBT+ community has been launched at University College Cork (UCC). ‘From Shame to Pride? A Short Introduction to LGBT+ Irish History (1970s-2020)’ is being taught by historian Dr Diarmuid Scully as a course in UCC’s Adult and Continuing […]

This year is an important centenary year in marking the role of Cork City and County in the War of Independence, as Dúchas Cloankilty’s next lecture will illustrate: The Burning Of Cork will be given by Michael Lenihan in The Parish Centre, Clonakilty on Thursday, January 23 at 8pm. ‘A […]

Two students from St Brogan’s College, Bandon, have discovered that teenagers become less emotionally intelligent as they get older due to academic pressure, social media and excessive screen time. Lucy Teape and Lisa Nield from Ballinadee have carried out extensive research on the importance of emotional intelligence in young adolescents […]

The Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government will host a public consultation event in March/April in Bantry on the Draft National Marine Planning Framework (NMPF) – the roadmap setting out the plan for the use of Ireland’s seas and marine resources over the coming decades. Everyone will be welcome […]

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