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25/08/2014 - NEWS - TASTE Council Food Summer School 2014
 'The Future is Food' at Brooklodge, Macreddin Village, Co Wicklow. The annual forum for Irish artisan food producers, in association with Bord Bia. Pictured at the event were Evan Doyle, the Strawberry Trees Restaurant & Taste Council, Tom Hayes, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture food and the Marine John McKenna, McKenna’s Irish Food Guides & Chairman of the discussions, Kevin Sheridan, Chairman the TASTE Council and 'The Interloper' is the Brooklodges resident 'Oscar' !. 
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 FREE TO USE IMAGE. 23/08/2014. 2nd Comeraghs Wild Festival Announced. THE HILLS ARE ALIVE... 2nd Comeraghs Wild Festival Announced. Pictured are Darragh O’Dwyer, Lauren Moran and Isabel Hayden - all 5yrs - with Ashlea Cox carry a cello in the Comeragh Mountains to announce the second Comeraghs Wild Festival which takes place in county Waterford from 18th – 21st September. A festival highlight is the guided Harvest Moon Walk to glacial Coumshingaun Lake that culminate, at 250 metres, with a theatrical performance accompanied by an eight-piece orchestra and the option of staying overnight in a tent with supper and storytelling. Comeraghs Wild Festival offers unique guided walks, outdoor movies, storytelling and workshops – all designed to showcase the beauty & heritage of Waterford’s Comeragh Mountains.. www.comeraghswild.com Picture: Patrick Browne.
1657896 
 15/08/2014: The youngers members of the Connors family from Wexford enjoying the Borris Fair on Griday. Photo: Pat Moore.
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 Irish Examiner News Picture 13-08-2014 Now and then feature 
Carol O'Mahony, Wicklow Town enjoying a quite moment with her horse Prince Cobra at the Millstreet International Horse Show, Co Cork. Picture Dan Linehan
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Unlocking the doors of Cork: 
Tom – 9 years, Liam – 7 years and Robert - 8 years Higgins are getting ready to unlock the doors of more than 40 buildings in Cork city on 23rd August, when Cork Heritage Open Day will take place. This year, Cork Heritage Open Day celebrates its 10 year anniversary, with a spectacular line up of events, walks and talks, access and tours of Cork's unique built heritage, all free of charge and open to all on Saturday, 23 August. For more information, see www.corkheritageopenday.ie
Picture: Clare Keogh 

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 7-8-2014: REPRO FREE LISTOWEL RACES: Pictured at the launch of Listowel Races which will take place from Sunday 14th to Saturday 20th of September are from left,
Photo: Don MacMonagle

The highlight of the Autumn racing calendar is always the 7 day Listowel Harvest Festival. In addition to top quality National Hunt and Flat racing, the Listowel Racing Committee has also organised an extensive range of free entertainment, daily race card draws with cash prizes, promotions, music and more, to get everyone, of every age, into the festival atmosphere and partake in the 'Serious' Fun that is synonymous with racing in Listowel. Highlights include the Guinness Kerry National Handicap Steeplechase (Grade A) Chase on Wednesday 17th; the €40k Guinness Handicap Hurdle on Thursday 18th and the Listowel Races Supporters Club Sponsored Race 'The Slan Abhaile" on Saturday 20th September. The Lyons of East River Best Dressed Man is on Thursday 18th and the Chic Boutique Ladies Day is on Friday 19th of September.
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 Irish Examiner News Picture 06-08-2014
Charleville brothers Lee and Willie Hegarty looking for a quick sale of these two horses at the annual Ballabuidhe horse fair in Dunmanway, Co Cork. Picture Dan Linehan
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 03/08/2014. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Vinegar Hill Battle. Pictured are the Redcoats during the battle with fallen Rebels. 
Thousands of spectators gathered in the heritage town of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford as pike charging Rebels and musket wielding Redcoats recreated the most significant battle in Ireland’s history, the 1798 Rebellion. Picture: Patrick Browne.

Successful Battle Rages in Enniscorthy
 
Thousands of spectators gathered in the heritage town of Enniscorthy over the weekend as pike charging Rebels and musket wielding Redcoats recreated the most significant battle in Ireland’s history, the 1798 Rebellion.
 
A crowd of over 300 Rebels and Redcoats took part in the third annual battle re-enactment on Vinegar Hill.
 
Each year the Battle of Vinegar Hill Re-enactment attracts thousands of spectators to Enniscorthy as the town explodes into rebellion with cannon bombardments, cavalry assaults, muskets volleys and pike charges, clouding the town in the sights, sounds, and smells of battle and according to organiser’s this years battle was the largest both on and off the battlefield.
 
Commenting on the free event Jacqui Hynes, Manager at the 1798 National Rebellion Centre said, “This years battle on the famous Vinegar Hill site has been a fantastic success. We were delighted to have a visit from the French Ambassador Mr Jean-Pierre Thébault whom this year visited in his personal time with a view to developing and supporting the French links that this Battle Reenactment holds; given that the ideals of those involved in the French revolution were what inspired the pike wielding rebels here in Enniscorthy.”
 
The highlight of the weekend in Wexford was the staging of two full-scale battle re-enactments on view freely to the public, where on Saturday afternoon the Rebels captured Enniscorthy Town and on Sunday the Redcoats took Vinegar Hill. Visitors observed the two armies fight amidst gunfire and explosions, pike charges and cannon fire on the notorious battleground overlooking Enniscorthy. The crown forces also included cavalry and cannons as they launched their assault on the hill.
 
Plenty of action was on offer across Enniscorthy town as the rebels made camp of the 1798 Rebellion and the Crown Force Soldiers took siege in Enniscorthy Castle and a ‘Rebels V’s Redcoats’ polocrosse match closed the weekends festivities.
 
 
ENDS – August 3, 2014.
 
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1652230 
 27-7-2014: Walkers participating in the 9th annual Kerry Way Cancer Research walk in aid of Breakthrough Cancer Research administered by Cork Cancer Research Centre pictured at Torc Waterfall, Killarney on Sunday as they head off on their final journey on the Kerry Way.
The Kerry Way Cancer Research walk is a guided 70km walk over three days combining impressive mountain views, dramatic peaks and glens, wild moorlands, wooded paths and lakes along the Kerry Way trails.
Photo: Don MacMonagle

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Sadhbh Connolly, Madelaine Kate and Zoe Lynch MacDonagh and Áine Lucy Golden pictured singing in Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral during an outdoor performance with fellow participants of Summer SING! is presented in partnership with ARTlifeCULTURE and has bee running as part of the Music Generation Cork City summer programme. Taking place over the week of 21st - 25th July, each day 180 young singers between 6 - 14 years of age have been gathering at Triskel Christchurch before moving on to other cultural spaces around the city of Cork. 

Picture: Clare Keogh

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 Examiner News Picture 21/ 07/2014 Home from the Sea in Youghal,Co. Cork .
 
Picture: Des Barry.
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 Examiner News Picture 20/07/2014 JohnMan the Living Statue at the Laya Spectacular at Fitzgeralds Pk. Cork.Picture: Des Barry.
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 Head over Heel boy...Islander,Tadgh Lynch, going head over heels in the sea on Valentia Island during the Valentia Island Kind Scallop Festival at the weekend.Photo:Valerie O'Sullivan/13/07/2014 (permission and consent approved for use of this picture, REF: TIM VAUGHAN)
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 IE EE LIVE NEWS 10/07/2014 (eoin english story) ... 
Eddie Fitzgerald, one of the tour guides and ex Ballycotton lighthouse keeper, (left) and Derry Keogh, one of the tour guides in Ballycotton lighthouse. A new passenger ferry, Yassy, was launched for Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.
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 Examiner News Picture 09/07/2014 Casting the time away in Ballycotton, Co. Cork. Picture: Des Barry.
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 IE LIVE NEWS 04/07/2014 ... 
Hana O'Sullivan, Bantry, looking through a book in the childrens section during a visit to Bantry library. The West Cork Literary Festival takes place in Bantry from July 6th-12th. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.

EDITORIAL NOTE - Spelling of Hana is correct above.
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 IE LIVE NEWS 04/07/2014 ... 
Hana O'Sullivan, Bantry, looking through a book in the childrens section during a visit to Bantry library. The West Cork Literary Festival takes place in Bantry from July 6th-12th. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.

EDITORIAL NOTE - Spelling of Hana is correct above.
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 XXjob 02/07/2014 NEWS Stuart Donaldson, Nic McSweeney, James O'Brien, Brian Leonard and Harris Monagan members of Cork Admirals, an American football team, that plays in the IAFC, having fun while they celebrate the 4th July during their training session at Kennedy Park, Blackrock Road, Cork.
Picture: Denis Scannell 
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1643093 
 Free to Use: Holly Keating(Montonette), Éanna O'Leary (Monkstown) as Jim Hawkins and Luke Aston(Rockestown) performing as Long John Silver in Treasure Island - a theatrical production for 4-11 year olds will bring families on a magical journey of bloodthirsty adventure in Cork harbour’s most famous historical site. Shows will run at 1pm & 3pm every day from July 5. Tickets are €10 each or €35 for a family ticket (2adults&2kids) and also includes entry into Cosmos as the Castle. Call Blackrock Castle Observatory to book your tickets on 021 4326120 or email info@bco.ie Picture: Rory Coomey
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 IE EE LIVE NEWS/COUNTY 28/06/2014 ... 
Members of the Benz Quartet (from left) Patrick Rafter, Siobhan Doyle, Aoife Burke and David Kenny in Bantry town where they are playing at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival which continues until July 5th. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.

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