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11 of the best things about coming home for Christmas

No matter how far you roam, come December you'll inevitably begin to yearn for the cosy confines of Cork at Christmas. For those who manage to raise the cash for the plane ticket, it's worth every penny; there...
Baby names

10 baby names inspired by famous Cork folk

If you're happiest with the Ballincollig breeze blowing through your hair and the Lee lapping at your toes, pay homage to the Rebel county by naming your baby after a famous resident. Here are ten solid names ...

These Mizen Head photos will scare the actual bejaysus out of you

There's nothing like standing on a windy cliff face, peering into a rocky abyss to shake off the Christmas cobwebs. Make your way west to Mizen Head, Ireland's most southwesterly point, and descend the 99 steps to the iconic bridge that spans the gorge below....

7 legit reasons it’s time you moved home to Cork

Hillbilly's by the fountain; Tanora cocktails; the King Creole from KC's; feeling homesick for Cork yet? That's your big fat rebel soul telling you it's time to give up your 'aul gallivanting and go home to yo...

12 photos that prove Garnish Island is Cork’s best kept secret

Tucked away in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay is a tiny island paradise so pretty it could be a Game of Thrones set. Teeming with exotic plants, thanks to the warm Gulf Stream waters that surround it, it boasts a Grecian Temple, clock towe...