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A much darker side of Co.Cork

Perhaps it was the fact that those who were forced to build this castle did so to death, and their blood used to help make the mortar stick better to the stone? 371 more words


Good Morning

Normal winter weather has resumed. The lovely crisp mornings and evenings are gone, along with the blue skies. What a difference a few days makes.

Have a lovely weekend :-)


Weather forecast in Cork 10/12/2016

Today in Cork +11 C, Broken cloud sky, Wind 3.9m/s 9 more words


Communicating Death & Creating Memory on Fredericksburg's Streets

I have recently had a conference paper accepted on the topic of letters communicating bereavement to those on the Home Front. Since I began my work on the widow’s and dependent pension files, I have become particularly interested in these types of document, and in exploring the multitude of questions we can ask of them. 3,178 more words

Irish American Civil War

Irish People Call for the Legalization of Medicinal Marijuana

Last night, the Maldron hotel in Cork, was the meeting place of those Cork residents who, themselves or their loved ones were suffering a disease for which there was no cure, and its pain could be alleviated only by means of medicinal marijuana. 632 more words

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Weekend Watch - December 9th

A host of Irish runners this weekend at Cheltenham and Doncaster and we take a look at their prospects here.

Cheltenham Saturday

Lord Justice and Zig Zag are both entered in the JCB TRIUMPH TRIAL JUVENILE HURDLE on Saturday and if one, or both, take up the option to run it should give trainer Joseph O’Brien a good handle on the line of form with the British juveniles. 297 more words

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