Place: Town Hall
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Cork composer Irene Buckley will have her score to a 1920s silent film performed in Bandon this week, writes
Mon, 26 Sep, 2016
This year’s Macroom Food Festival (Sept 23-25) sets out under the thematic heading of ‘Blás na hÁite’, which is as it should be for the lovely Cork town and its glorious hinterland, heaving with some very fine producers, farmers, and growers, many of them great favourites of The Menu.
Sat, 17 Sep, 2016
A new greenway and a woodland recreational area are among a range of ambitious new amenity, cultural, and tourism projects being pursued by a dynamic new lobby group launched in north Cork.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2015
The public have until June 17 to have a say in naming the Pavilion of Light in Fitzgerald Park as Ireland’s favourite building.
Thu, 11 Jun, 2015
A West Cork town is set to introduce a unique bike hire scheme which is aimed at both tourists and locals.
Thu, 04 Jun, 2015
All the horror, heroism and heartbreak of the Lusitania’s sinking started to unfold on the dreary quays of Queenstown some six hours after the liner was torpedoed, writes
Tue, 05 May, 2015
Mitchelstown Flower & Garden Club are presenting a Floral Demonstration with Teresa Collins on Thursday, April 30, in the Town Hall at 8pm. Everyone welcome.
Sat, 25 Apr, 2015
Looking for plans for the weekend? Here’s a list of what’s on and where.
Fri, 20 Feb, 2015
Work on restoring a 17th century Tholsel is expected to start next month in Co Tipperary following confirmation of government funding for the project.
Mon, 22 Sep, 2014
A woman who let loose with a torrent of racial abuse against an innocent Asian woman on a train in Australia says she is deeply ashamed of her behaviour.
Fri, 04 Jul, 2014
Chart star Robbie Williams has been given one of his greatest honours after years of amassing awards – the Freedom of the City of his native Stoke-on-Trent.
Tue, 01 Jul, 2014
Soccer legend John Hartson, who beat cancer, has urged men to check their tackle regularly in a bid to catch signs of testicular cancer early.
Thu, 05 Jun, 2014
WITH the May weekend fast approaching we thought we should make a bit of a song and dance about the fact today is International Dance Day and tomorrow, International Jazz Day.
Tue, 29 Apr, 2014
Same sex couples will be able to marry in England and Wales from the stroke of midnight tonight.
Fri, 28 Mar, 2014
The fifth First Cut! Youth Film Festival was launched in the Town Hall, Youghal last night by Kilnaskully actor Pascal Scott.
Fri, 28 Feb, 2014
¦ Blarney & District Garden & Flower Club presents a spring gardening night with DJ Murphy on Thursday, February 27, in Whitechurch Hall at 8pm. Everyone welcome.
Sun, 23 Feb, 2014
HAVING debuted in 2012, Rough Magic’s sex comedy Jezebel is back for a second bite of the cherry.
Tue, 04 Feb, 2014
USA: A US TV news presenter has apologised for falsely saying that President Barack Obama had offered to pay for the operation of a museum of Muslim culture “out of his own pocket” during the government shutdown.
Tue, 08 Oct, 2013
The diaspora returning to Ireland has proved a perfect opportunity for people to unearth the stories behind their family trees, writes Arlene Harris.
Thu, 04 Jul, 2013
It is reported that children have received letters from Revenue demanding payment of the property tax.
Sat, 23 Mar, 2013
Hiding arms, providing safe houses, and monitoring enemy movements all part of republican women’s role, writes Niall Murray
Mon, 11 Mar, 2013
MUSIC NEWS: Noel Gallagher managed to win his own gold medal for sibling wind-ups at last week’s Olympics closing ceremony.
Fri, 17 Aug, 2012
A WEST Cork town is planning to beat the budget blues next week by “eating cake” — Marie Antoinette-style.
Mon, 28 Nov, 2011
gets a whistle-stop taste of a confident, vibrant, lived-in city with the ‘swagger of a matador ‘, before moving on to devour delightful Toledo, Seville and Cordoba
Sat, 11 Jun, 2011
A TOWN park in Co Waterford will be taken over by colourful, crafty “pigs” next week as part of a novel event to announce details of a food festival expected to draw thousands into the south-east.
Tue, 22 Feb, 2011
I WATCHED with anticipation this week’s RTÉ programme in the series ‘Ireland’s Greatest’ because it was about James Connolly, the founder of the Labour Party.
Fri, 08 Oct, 2010
A suspected fake bride and groom were marched through a busy city centre after they were arrested on suspicion of taking part in a sham marriage ceremony, officials in Britain confirmed today.
Sat, 11 Sep, 2010
COMEDY genius Tommy Tiernan will stage a unique night of storytelling and comedy in one of the highlights of an arts festival in west Cork.
Mon, 12 Jul, 2010
THE Lusitania liner took just under 20 minutes to sink off the coast of Cork 95 years ago this month, but the memory of the devastating loss of over 1,100 people continues to live on in Cobh where remembrance wreaths were placed on mass graves at a cemetery in the town yesterday afternoon.
Mon, 10 May, 2010
A 20-year-old man is today being questioned by police in connection with an assault that left a 30-year-old man in a serious condition in hospital.
Mon, 25 May, 2009
People in the North will today show their anger at the upsurge in terrorist violence as two men continue to be quizzed over the murder of a policeman.
Wed, 11 Mar, 2009
Armed police have been shot at after being called to an incident at a west London residential street.
Tue, 06 May, 2008
WATERFORD’s first-ever Festival of Food kicks off tonight, with foodies young and old well catered for over the weekend.
Fri, 11 Apr, 2008
A WET field at the bottom of a lane in Donegal seemed an unlikely spot to find a half-dozen All Blacks during the week. Michael Moynihan reports.
Sat, 12 Nov, 2005
CHILDREN participating in the West Cork Arts Festival in Skibbereen have an opportunity to paint the town red over the next 10 days.
Tue, 18 Jan, 2005
Rugby came home today when England’s World Cup winners received the freedom of the town where the game was born.
Mon, 03 May, 2004
Thousands of Australian anti-war protesters, many of them students in school uniforms, pelted Sydney police with bottles and chairs grabbed from cafes today, and then hurled more bottles outside the office of Prime Minister John Howard.
Wed, 26 Mar, 2003