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Gardening notes: Your guide to what's on
Your guide to what's on this week.
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The death of Michael Hayes, president of Mary Immaculate College (MIC) in Limerick, occurred at the weekend.
Mon, 17 Apr, 2017
finds a Monkstown home with gardens every bit as good as the interiors.
Sat, 17 Sep, 2016
Fri, 12 Aug, 2016
This two-storey property was built in the mid 1950s, and so will be newer than many of the neighbouring homes, and it has an elevated deck, facing south.
Sat, 09 Jul, 2016
Sat, 28 May, 2016
There’s an appeal to home hunters either end of a long spectrum, at the end of a short terrace, at Cork city’s Shanakiel suburb by the 1870’s Gothic revival church St Mary’s.
Sat, 22 Aug, 2015
revisits the one-time home of UCC maths professor George Boole as the 200th anniversary of his birth is celebrated.
Sat, 13 Jun, 2015
The National Children’s Hospital should be renamed the Dublin Children’s Hospital as it should not be sited in a city centre location if it’s to cater for all the country..
Wed, 18 Mar, 2015
Eddie Hobbs (Irish Examiner, November 19) says he wants Article 10 of the Constitution changed. We could never understand the State, through the EU, giving “equal access to a common resource” and so we sought legal advice.
Tue, 02 Dec, 2014
A billion euro was taken in fish from Irish waters last year, according to the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, with 88% of catches taken by foreign vessels.
Wed, 19 Nov, 2014
We can easily sympathise with the frustration of livestock farmers at the “stand back” attitude of Minister Coveney to the beef industry crisis. (Irish Examiner, August 28).
Tue, 16 Sep, 2014
Mickey Ned O’Sullivan was the first footballer to score a goal in Páirc Uí Chaoimh and all going well was meant to be coaching the Kerry minors on the last day the old ground hosted a Munster football final as well.
Sat, 05 Jul, 2014
How sad to hear the last sea fisherman (Conor O’Drisceoil) on Cape Clear is giving up.
Thu, 06 Mar, 2014
We believe the Irish government will get € 1.4bn as a once-off payment for the sale of an Bord Gáis.
Tue, 07 Jan, 2014
Over the course of almost half a century, Liam Sammon has been in service to Galway football. Now he hopes a new generation can restore county pride.
Sat, 18 May, 2013
Auckland it ain’t butfinds a peach named after a beach in a lofty location in Ireland’s southern hemisphere
Sat, 09 Feb, 2013
Auckland it ain’t but Tommy Barker finds a peach named after a beach in a lofty location in Ireland’s southern hemisphere
Sat, 09 Feb, 2013
It’s been quite a year in the life of Barry Solan, one which has brought him all around the world and occasionally the top of it too.
Sat, 24 Nov, 2012
One of Ireland’s top athletics chiefs admits to having concerns about Derval O’Rourke’s readiness for the Olympic Games following a betting scandal involving boyfriend Peter O’Leary.
Sat, 04 Aug, 2012
No 39 Monastery Avenue is within an easy stroll of city centre Tommy Barker reports
Sat, 14 Apr, 2012
An architect’s stand-out home uses every inch of space to maximum effect, and it’s clean-cut look is almost monastic writes
Sat, 09 Apr, 2011
THIS is the second time around for Killegney, a large, detached house in a sunny corner of Strawberry Hill in Cork city.
Sat, 13 Nov, 2010
MONKS and nuns were frisked by police yesterday as crowds turned out for the Pope’s first public engagement on English soil.
Sat, 18 Sep, 2010
HE’S reinvented himself and hung in there when few others believed it was worth his while. So is Clyda’s Clydesdale Paudie Kissane finally about to get his just reward? He spoke to sports editor
Sat, 21 Aug, 2010
THE death has occurred of John Moroney, the former Munster and Ireland international rugby player.
Sat, 12 Dec, 2009
A FRESH appeal will be launched today by detectives probing the whereabouts of a teenager who vanished 10 years ago.
Mon, 28 Jul, 2008
YOUR leader of July 4 highlights our inadequate resources to deal with drug smuggling.
Thu, 19 Jul, 2007
SHANAKIEL Court in Sunday’s Well is a bit hard to find if you don’t know the area.
Sat, 07 Jul, 2007
SLOW FOOD Ireland recently ran an art competition for Cork schools to raise awareness of the Cork Edible School Gardens Project.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2005
YEARS ago there was a large map of Ireland in Heuston Station, Dublin, showing the railway lines of Ireland. All the flashing bulbs ran towards Dublin. Things don’t change.
Tue, 13 Dec, 2005
Tommy Barker profiles a development of attractive new apartments.
Sat, 12 Mar, 2005
Sat, 05 Mar, 2005
MOVING up in the literal and social sense — that’s what’s on offer at 5, Shanakiel Court in Sunday’s Well where one house in a group of just six on Strawberry Hill has just come on the market.
Sat, 25 Oct, 2003
A MOTHER spoke yesterday of how she feared a disaster at a proposed controversial toxic incinerator plant.
Fri, 26 Sep, 2003
ANDY Scollick’s letter headlined ‘Fischler on fish’ (Irish Examiner, Nov 15) uses many fishy phrases and appears to suggest Ireland’s minister is anti-reform.
Fri, 22 Nov, 2002