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Fighting the rising tides

Cork city struggles to keep its head above water

Cork city has experienced regular and violent flooding for many years. The southern city is built on gravel and sand, and works like a big sponge. It sits on islands and marsh, right where the river Lee meets the ocean.

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Comforting the fear: Polar Express mystery tour proves to be a cosy night in Cork

Sorcha Ní Cheallaigh overcomes her fear of mystery tours to experience the infamous annual Ents event

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“Having arrived frantically to Heuston, I was greeted by a massive queue of onesie clad young people.”

I have managed to survive 20 years of Irish existence without ever being subjected to a mystery tour. I said no to the

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Pink Training – a weekend of insightful workshops and lip-sync battles

Elle Loughran and Rory Codd reflect back upon the wonderful and wacky weekend at the LGBTQ USI training course

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Pink Training, a crash course in LGBTQ issues held by USI in University College Cork over the last weekend of November, consisted of a series of workshops, talks and social events for LGBTQ students and allies, from Non-Binary 101 to

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