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WATCH: Cork Lord Mayor welcomes UNESCO directer to international learning conference

The UNESCO International Conference On Learning Cities got underway yesterday and was attended by a number of guests from around the world.

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WATCH: Farming survey: Farmers oppose any Donald Trump visit to Ireland

The vast majority of farmers are opposed to a state visit to Ireland by US president Donald Trump, with an opinion poll also finding a majority of rural dwellers believing he will damage America’s global standing.

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Foggy scenes greet early arrivals at the National Ploughing Championships

The National Ploughing Championships officially get underway tomorrow but early arrivals are being met with very foggy conditions.

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WATCH: Drone racing pilots to fly high at aerial races

Some of the world’s top professional drone-racing pilots have landed in Ireland to compete for the first time here in their sport’s version of Formula 1.

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WATCH: Family to leave Sherkin Island for mainland so children can go to school

West Cork islanders Olive and Sean O’Neill have been forced to put their home up for sale and are moving to the mainland so their children can attend school.

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Mobile library unit to serve rural West Cork launched

A new mobile library unit serving the rural areas of West Cork was launched recently.

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Celebrations today in Rathbarry, Cork; Ireland's Best Kept Town 2017

There was singing, fancy dress and plenty of tea and scones today in Rathbarry, west Cork.

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Watch: Jack Lynch legacy ‘must lead to better Ireland’

The family of the late Taoiseach Jack Lynch has urged the State to ensure his lasting legacy of leadership contributes to a better Ireland.

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Check out this week's readers' pictures competition shortlist

Here are the latest readers' pictures shortlisted for our photography competition.

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People gather at Dunmanway to see what is on offer at this year's Ballabuidhe Horse Fair

People agthered at Dunmanway in West Cork to take a loot at what was on offer ahead of tomorrow's horse fair.

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Local fears overshadow Bantry Bay kelp harvesting project

BioAtlantis is licenced to mechanically harvest kelp around the Bantry Bay area. However, despite the fiscal and employment potential and despite assurances from the company, considerable local concern remains about the impact on wildlife, livelihoods and the environment, writes Noel Baker.

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Watch: Cork Pride shines as activist David Roche is honoured

Pride shone through the clouds and the rain for Cork’s LGBT community as they remembered a recently departed activist and advocate.

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Watch: Cork Puppetry Festival will knock your socks off

Cork was the place to be this weekend as Dowtcha Puppets organised the annual Puppetry Festival.

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Kelp farm proposed for Adrigole in West Cork a potential risk to local jobs

Despite the views of some of the locals of Adrigole, BioAtlantis has said that a proposed kelp farm for the West Cork village could very well create jobs and will not cost any jobs.

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Watch: ‘Significant progress’ on €16m Bandon flood relief plan

A decision by a contractor in a major infrastructure scheme in West Cork to “keep the public informed” of its progress has been lauded by a TD as the way forward.

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WATCH: SailCork have a busy summer schedule this year

Eddie English of Sailcork tells us whats on offer during the Summer months at their headquarters at East Ferry.

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VIDEO: Cork LGBT Pride Festival kicks off at Fitzgerald Park

The Cork LGBT Pride Festival kicked off today with a family fun day at Fitzgerald Park.

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Chairman of Cork City Sports honoured for his leadership with Cork Person of the Month award

Chairman of the Cork City Sports International Athletics Committee, Tony O’Connell, has been named the July ‘Cork Person of the Month’ for his work with Cork City Sports (CCS) over the decades.

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Top marks for Páirc Uí Chaoimh as fans celebrate in redeveloped stadium

Ireland’s multicultural society was reflected in the attendance at the revamped Páirc Uí Chaoimh yesterday.

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Watch: Déjà vU2 as Joshua returns to Croke Park

A Republican sits in the White House, a female prime minister leads the Tories into a UK election, and U2 take to the stage in Croke Park to play hits from their fifth album The Joshua Tree.

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Members of the 55th Naval Cadet Class commissioned as officers at Naval Base

The cadets of the 55th Naval Cadet Class were commissioned as officers of the Naval Service the Naval Base, Haulbowline in Cork on Friday.

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Limerick resident releases over three-foot of flood water from destroyed home

Up to a dozen homes in Limerick city were flooded in up to three feet of water in the early hours of Saturday morning.

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WATCH: Irish sailors on board LÉ WB Yeats heading to Mediterranean on migrant mission

Irish sailors are heading to the Mediterranean this morning on the latest migrant rescue mission.

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Game on: €25m boost for Cork with opening of Páirc Uí Chaoimh

It’s game on for the newly refurbished Páirc Uí Chaoimh following confirmation that the Cork stadium will reopen for senior intercounty hurling.

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Sea Princess visits Cobh on Australia Day

The cruise liner, Sea Princess, made a visit to Cobh, where it was Australia Day in the town. 

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Check out this week's readers' pictures competition shortlist

Here are the latest readers' pictures shortlisted for our photography competition.

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