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Cork Past and Present
Maps, photographs, prints, books, journals and more on the history, genealogy and culture of Cork.

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The new emperors : power and the princelings in China / Kerry Brown‌‌‌ No man's land : writings from a world at war / edited by Pete Ayrton



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Local Heritage Publication Grant Scheme 2017

Applications are sought by Cork City Council for the Local Heritage Publication Grant Scheme 2017. The closing date has been extended until April.


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Cork World Book Fest 2017

It's nearly time for the Cork World Book Fest and there's a fantastic line up in store for you this year. Read more here!


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Events Guide March-April

The latest Events Guide is here. Click here to read more and download a copy to your PC!


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Library App Currently Offline

If you are a user of our Library mobile app you may have noticed a loss in functionality in recent days. We apologise for this inconvenience. Please read this article for more information.


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Important information for BorrowBox users

If you are using the BorrowBox service to download eBooks and eAudiobooks from Cork City Libraries it is important to make sure that your membership is kept up to date. If your membership expires you will lose access to BorrowBox until it is renewed.


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The Writing Room‌ 

The Writing Room site is a place where library writing groups can present their writings online.

 

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Follow this link to It Seems History is to Blame, a decade-long programme to commemorate events between 1913 and 1923