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Ask Audrey has been sorting out Cork people for years
I forgot about Mother's Day this year because I can't help admiring my new set of boobs. Anyway, I started ringing around to book a place for Mum, but no one would guarantee we wouldn't be placed next to a table full of Norries.
Ask Audrey has some special Christmas advice
You're lucky Cork people don't try and pawn you off with tripe and drisheen. The last thing we need is another Santa wandering the streets with a fit of the gawks. We've had enough of that with people coming home from Christmas parties.
Rowing special what exactly is in the water in Skibbereen
Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way Day 1, Cork/Kinsale to Killarney
GIF: Two Premier League footballers tried their hand at hurling in Cork this week
We don't just mean Clonakilty black pudding and drisheen either. No, of course we mean the great old game of hurling, boy.

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