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Dr Claire Connolly, Professor of Modern English in UCC, launched cherish cherish cherish: reflection on the 1916 Proclamation in the City Library on 16 November 2016.
The Cork City Libraries Events Guide for December is available now!
Cork City Libraries / Cork City Council has been shortlisted for the 2016 Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards for the Growing Imaginations project.
Cork City Council’s development programme for the library service, called Read – Learn – Explore, has been published.
The winner of the Dublin Literary Award for 2016 (formerly known as the IMPAC Award) has been announced. The winning novel is Family Life by Akhil Sharma.
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