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The Irish Made Awards are back for 2021. Entries are now closed, best of luck to all this year's entrants! Voting in the Irish Made Awards is now open, to see the finalists and cast your vote see here: irishcountrymagazine.ie/vote. We…
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Singer-songwriter Erica Cody spoke about her experience of racism Ireland and why she marched for justice for George Floyd at the weekend, in a powerful interview on the Six O'Clock Show on Tuesday.
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Ahead of 65 Roses Day in aid of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland on 10 April, Claire Merrigan shares an insight into family life with a child who has cystic fibrosis (CF) and so is at risk of coronavirus
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After a successful run in a female version of The Odd Couple at The Everyman Theatre in Cork, Nichola MacEvilly shares what it's like to be part of the arts community in Ireland