As the doors of her new restaurant opened last night on Washington Street, CHRIS DUNNE talks to Rachel Allen about the venture
Plunge into the salty sound-world with chef Kevin Thornton and Soundstories at an event in Cobh this week, aimed at preserving the history of our lighthouses, says KATE RYAN
Rich food and booze may be common culprits, but acid reflux triggers aren’t always obvious — and it doesn’t always result in heartburn, as Abi Jackson reports
In her weekly column, Mercy Fenton treats us to a traditional cake recipe, to mark St Patrick's Day
Mr Gay Cork Danny Payne, who raised €7,000 for Pieta House, has made it his mission to spread positivity among teens, including those in the LGBT community in Cork, writes ELLIE O’BYRNE
In his weekly column John Arnold outlines why punters and supporters in Bartlemy and all over the country will ‘be on the edge’ as the Foxhunters race unfolds.
Minister for the Marine Michael Creed and the fishing industry are at loggerheads.
Michelle Hanley plans on tackling her fear of heights, to give something back to MS Ireland, writes Martina O’Donoghue
To support and encourage more female jockeys on the race tracks, France has introduced a new weight allowance. Should Ireland follow suit? As all eyes are on Cheltenham Festival this week, Jane Mangan talks to Cork women involved in the sport for their opinion
Mangan’s clock, city trams, and an old woman in a shoe: just some of the floats in Cork’s St Patrick’s Day parade, says COLETTE SHERIDAN
The community in East Cork is rallying around a family who are raising funds to allow their five-year-old daughter to undergo life-changing surgery in the US, writes MARTINA O’DONOGHUE
TAGANN guthanna na Gaeltacht agus na cathrach le chéile do cheolchoirm ollmhór ‘Gig na Gaelainne’ an tseachtain seo chugainn.
The Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh is encouraging local people to engage with their creativity, through a series of events and workshops, writes DON O’MAHONY, who talks to its director
Construction began this week on the Field of Dreams, which will provide employment for people with Down Syndrome. CHRIS DUNNE talks to Ray O’Callaghan to find out more about the exciting project
75 years ago this week, a major fire gutted a landmark building in Cork city — but the fall-out for the fire brigade at the time was even worse. PAT POLAND revisits the events...
2017 marks the centenary of the birth of Taoiseach Jack Lynch. COLETTE SHERIDAN talks to the playwright behind a new play about the politician and GAA superstar
The appetite for showband music and the memories it evokes remains as insatiable as ever, says Linda Kenny
The loading of the Offshore Heavy Transport ship Albatross at Cork Dockyard drew a lot of people to the village of Monkstown on the opposite bank of the River Lee over the past week to view it.
Ahead of his debut EP launch, ELLIE O’BYRNE talks to Cillian McSweeney about writing, performing and recording music
A Togher father-of-three who survived oesophageal cancer is sharing his story ahead of Lollipop Day. CHRIS DUNNE spoke to him about his diagnosis, his mighty battle with the disease and the support of family and friends
Youngsters spending a lot of time on tech is a bugbear for many parents, but it may not be much to worry about after all, reports Lisa Salmon
The Lettercollum Kitchen Project in West Cork has won an award from Cork Food Policy Council. ELLIE O’BYRNE finds out more
Last weekend was a very special weekend for the 37th Cork (Togher) when the first two girls were invested into the Cub Scout Section on Sunday morning.
Looking for some inspiration for Pancake Tuesday, Mercy Fenton shares her favourite pancake recipe.
More than one in 10 children say they feel more embarrassed by their parents being online than in real life, according to a new study.
Mum Sinead Neary has been overwhelmed by the kindness shown to her since she was left paralysed, writes CHRIS DUNNE
An ambitious project is underway by Cork Deaf Society, to encourage traders along MacCurtain Street to make their businesses more accessible to deaf and hard of hearing persons. ELLIE O’BYRNE finds out more
Almost two and a half years ago, Anne Herlihy was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She tells CHRIS DUNNE about her ongoing battle
Writer Roddy Doyle visited Blackpool recently to launch Fighting Words Cork. MARY ROSE MCCARTHY chatted to him about the discipline of writing, social media and nurturing new talent, as he took part in workshops, photo shoots and signing autographs.