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The LinkedIn "headbutt"

It starts with the “connection request” from someone on LinkedIn – after a quick glance over the person’s profile I make a decision whether I will accept or not. 363 more words

Greg Canty

Gougane Barra

Recently went for a walk with the family in Gougane Barra. It is the place where the famous River Lee begins its journey into Cork City and the location where St Finbarr built a monastery on the little island situated to the left of the lake. 414 more words

Lyons Bonsai Blog

The more things change: 1978, Páirc debts and championship restructures

“It seems that money means more than players” argued a vociferous Gerald McCarthy in an interview with Michael Ellard in March of ‘78, his vexation owing to the county board’s decision to migrate from the tried and trusted knock-out formats that had governed the senior club championships since their inception in 1887. 1,371 more words

Roadtrip Guide: The Beara Peninsula, Cork

Looking to explore more of Ireland? Trying to find the perfect 2020 staycation location? The Beara Peninsula is calling.

The Beara Peninsula, otherwise known as ‘The Beara Way’ is located in South West Ireland nestled between Kenmare and Bantry Bay, County Cork where the number of local sheep quite often exceeds people. 249 more words

No Tiles Were Damaged

My intention to link what’s happening in my garden to everyday life brings me to record my trip to the hospital in Cork yesterday. Suffice it to say that all is well. 159 more words