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Ellie O’Byrne spends a day on the river with the volunteers of Cork Missing Persons Search and Recovery Unit and hears about the essential and good work they do — for free.

TODAY'S SPORT

PJ Banville (Wexford) pictured at Times Square. Banville will line out for New York this weekend. Picture: John Riordan/New York GAA
In a New York state of mind

Just when PJ Banville thought he was out, he was pulled back in. As soon as New York football boss Ian Galvin heard the former Wexford forward was visiting the Big Apple as part of his travels this year, he worked the charm offensive.

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Titans rise from poverty for record payday

It’s finally here. It might not be the best but it’s certainly the biggest and richest boxing match of all time. For boxing fans, it’s the megafight of our time, while the ordinary sports fans will tune in to see how much punishment a man has to take to earn a nine-figure payday.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

Dunne’s gyms generate operating profit of €1.5m

The gym business operated by Ben Dunne generated operating profits of €1.5m last year. In an interview, Mr Dunne said yesterday that his gym business had its two best months of growth in March and April in the past five years.

Features

Meet Ms Jack Monroe: The campaigning columnist comes to CorkBy Joe McNamee

Fashion & Beauty

Brighten up your spring look with colourBy Katie Wright

Food & Drink

VIDEO: Roll out the barrel of Jameson for a unique blendBy Bill Linnane

Health & Life

Ways to stay cool when you get hot under the collarBy Helen O’Callaghan

Home & Interiors

Dark botanical patterns are all the fashionBy Carol O’Callaghan

Travel

Add some vino to Venice for a perfect Veneto tripBy Tony Clayton-Lea

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Ben E King and ’Stand By Me’ will live onBy Dolan O'Hagan 

Outdoors

VIDEO: Peter Dowdall is potty about DIY foodBy Peter Dowdall