County councillors representing north-west Cork have reacted angrily to the redrawing of electoral areas by the Local Electoral Boundary Commission, with a senior council official saying the fall-out from it “will present challenges” to the local authority.
Tue, 19 Jun, 2018
The Menu will be taking an extremely well-travelled road out to Blarney to help launch the second annual Old Butter Roads Food Trails Festival in The Church of the Resurrection, at 3pm on May 5, a producer- and supplier-led initiative that he is only too delighted to support.
Sat, 28 Apr, 2018
Tue, 16 Jan, 2018
Thu, 19 Jan, 2017
It’s nearly a moot point as to who gets best looked after and accommodated at Greybrook, either those humans living in the almost-20 year old home, or the horses on the balance of its lands, with a mix of 30 stables and boxes, indoor and outdoor arena, tackrooms and more.
Sat, 16 Apr, 2016
Fri, 25 Mar, 2016
SET on a south-facing slope between Tower and Blarney, a short spin out of Cork city and a 15-minute commute back to Apple HQ with its thousands of jobs, is Shournagh Drive, named after a local river, and where the detached number 13 is now for sale.
Sat, 06 Feb, 2016
Participation numbers continue to drop, but the Munster Branch of the GUI celebrated another good year in 2015, with Gary Hurley, John Murphy, and clubs Tramore and Dooks presented with awards during the annual delegates’ meeting at the Hibernian Hotel, Mallow, last week.
Tue, 01 Dec, 2015