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Most people would prefer to travel alone or with a partner, however, there are times where traveling with a tour might be a better option to pick from. Group vacations can consist of ten or more people that you … Continue reading
The Irish Film Board have announced that a short film will be made about the legendary footballer Roy Keane’s younger life, to be directed by Dave Tynan and produced by Michael Donnelly. Continue reading
One of Cork City’s most historic site’s has finally been handed over by the Irish state’s Office of Public Works (OPW) in to the possession of Cork City Council. Continue reading
Cork Rebel Week continues to roll on with a Naval festival in Cork Harbour today and a big parade through the streets of cork city led by World champion and Corkonian Robert Heffernon scheduled for tomorrow. As well as more … Continue reading
Venues in Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary were singled out in a long list of food, pub, restaurant and hotel facilities at the Georgina Campbell Awards for 2014.
In the latest Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Regional survey, which is conducted globally on behalf of the Airports Council International (ACI) has seen Cork Airport positioned first for overall customer satisfaction.
From 9th – 17th November, the 58th Cork Film Festival will take place in Cork City.
Just a week away and taking place from 14th – 20th October, the official Cork Gathering 2013 flagship event, Cork Rebel Week will begin.
This weekend was an action packed two days for GAA fans with not one but two titles decided as our national sporting GAA season finally drew to a close at Croke Park. For Cork it was two days of mixed … Continue reading
Yesterday was Arthur Guinness Day…a day to celebrate the man Arthur Guinness who created the beer that has been enjoyed all over the world for over 250 years!