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Danish pop-up store at Arnotts

Denmark in Dublin To give your home a touch of hygge heaven this winter, pop in to the Danish pop-up store at Arnotts in Henry Street, Dublin where a(...)

An aerial view of Cork Harbour where a new treatment plant is making a significant impact on the volume of raw sewerage being pumped into the water.

The issue of raw sewage being discharged into Cork Harbour which was highlighted by the Environmental Protection Agency is being addressed with water (...)

Crosshaven, Co Cork.

This cycle – which can be done in less than three hours – begins in Cork city centre. Start at the junction of Albert Quay and Victoria Road near the (...)

In the early years of the Victorian period, just as Bath Terrace was being built, everyone was mad for the benefits of bathing. There were public bath(...)

The Open 60 entry Hugo Boss skippered by Alex Thompson with Nicholas ‘Nin’ O’Leary during the Rolex Fastnet Race 2017.  Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

A new initiative to unlock Ireland’s potential as a world sailing hub was announced this week and is already drawing interest from the country’s scatt(...)

 British Sailor Alex Thomson (left) and Royal Cork’s Nicholas O’Leary, who has announced a Vendee Globe campaign for 2020, will race together in next month’s 605-nautical mile Fastnet Race.

Royal Cork Yacht Club’s Nicholas O’Leary has launched a Vendée Globe 2020 campaign and as part of the build-up the Crosshaven sailor will compete in n(...)

Competitors in the Lee Swim nearing the old North Gate Bridge, circa 1910. Photograph: courtesy of the Irish Examiner

When Eddie Campion stands on St Vincent’s Bridge in Cork on Saturday to launch this year’s Lee Swim, he will reflect back on nearly half a century of (...)

Dusk ’til Dawn is aimed at cyclists of varying ability as participants can chose how long they want to cycle for.

Thousands of walkers have helped make Darkness into Light a national event while raising awareness about suicide but now a group of intrepid cyclists (...)

Claire McCluskey and the crew of Rogue Trader arrive home in Ireland after their transatlantic crossing

Claire McCluskey and her partner Nick are sailing back from the Caribbean to Ireland. This is the final instalment of her Diary from the Sea. To quot(...)

 John Swan’s Harmony rounds up during a broach in breezy conditions at the O’Leary Life Sovereigns Cup at Kinsale. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

A quick glance at fleet sizes at sailing events recently point to a significant drop-off in numbers amongst the largest racing yachts seen in the dom(...)

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