Skibbereen celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landings on Friday night, with Bridge Street transformed into a wacky lunar landscape populated by astronauts and aliens for the West Corktown’s annual arts festival street party.
Fri, 26 Jul, 2019
A chef who loses his memory for six hours, a swimmer who can’t stop hiccupping, a mum who refuses to accept her disability may be psychosomatic, these just are some of the intriguing case histories in a new book by consultant neurologist.
Thu, 11 Apr, 2019
I like a good barometer. No, not the scientific instrument used in meteorology to measure atmospheric pressure. More the ones that allude to ‘What’s hot’ and ‘What’s not’. Or, ‘Heating Up’ and ‘Cooling down’, writes
Sat, 09 Jun, 2018
The husband of a cyclist killed in the Gap of Dunloe in Co Kerry has written to the Department of Transport about the lack of safety and traffic controls on the very narrow road shared by cyclists, hikers, farm vehicles, pony carts and tourist cars.
Thu, 15 Jun, 2017
The country’s only homeless cafe, operated by Merchant’s Quay Ireland, has become a vital service for hundreds of clients after just three months in operation, with up to 50 people a night sleeping there.spent a night on its floors
Mon, 13 Apr, 2015