Tag Archives: Cork

Bravo writes:

Tribute in Cork city to Alf Stewart from Home and Away, who is not so well known for his hurling skills. 

Name that actual hurler. Anyone?

Noooo.

 

White Bay, County Cork.

Vic Barry writes:

Sorry to say, Cork has one of the smallest and BEST beaches in the country ;) All we need is the weather…

FIGHT!

Vic’s Vlogs

Tomorrow at 10am.

In Cork city.

At St Peter’s Church on North Main Street.

Together For Yes will hold a media event – a month ahead of the referendum on the Eighth Amendment on May 25, 2018.

Those speaking at the event will include Orla O’Connor, Co-Director of Together For Yes; musician John Spillane, broadcaster and journalist, who will be MC, Joe O’Shea; and GP Mary Favier, of Doctors Together For Yes.

Meanwhile…

In Sligo

On Thursday, at 8pm.

There will be a public meeting in the Glasshouse Hotel during which Galway Independent TD Catherine Connolly and Ulster University’s Dr Fiona Bloomer will talk about abortion, the workplace and why a Yes vote on May 25 is “vital to protect the health and lives of women and girls living in Ireland”.

Pat Fallon, of the trade union IMPACT, will preside over the event while other local trade union activists will also address those present.

Thanks Sarah Clarkin and Therese Caherty

Further to Cork being crowned the “most culturally vibrant city in Europe”

J writes:

Just saw the article about Cork been rated the most culturally vibrant city in Europe so I had to share this as I know ye appreciate art….Corkidoodledo Crawford College of Art and Design graduate Jill Cotter sketches Cork’s eye-catching buildings and streetscapes revealing it’s fabulousness, one doodle at a time…

Corkidoodledo

Previously: Dowtcha Boy

Patrick Street, Cork city

Roisin Burke, in the Evening Echo, reports:

Cork has been rated the most culturally vibrant city in Europe, according to a report carried out by the European Commission.

The EU report states that Cork obtained the maximum score for concerts/shows and cinema attendance which correspond to around 12 concerts per 100,000 inhabitants and 10,700 cinema tickets sold for every 1,000 inhabitants.

The city was also named the best small city in Europe for ‘business friendliness’ by the Financial Times magazine, which ranked Cork as one of the overall top 25 European Cities of the Future 2018/19.

FIGHT!

Cork is the most culturally vibrant city in EU (Evening Echo)

Pic: Esq

This morning.

Ten inches of snow in Mitchelstown, Co Cork.

Ten!

Thanks Terri

This morning.

In Midleton, Co Cork.

Frank writes:

“Don’t forget to get a little food to our feathered friends. They need our help!”

Yesterday.

Offshore tax facility?

Weed shipment?

We may never know.


Thanks Johnny Keenan