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OUR ORIGIN

We began as a print magazine called ‘Good Day News’ in September 2018 powered by a crowdfunding campaign. In our first cycle, we published four issues filled with uplifting features about the people of Cork. Following which, we’ve grown to become a positive space offering media and events.

OUR WORK

We are a team of gatherers and creators. We tell the stories that matter through features, podcast and special events. Browse Good Day Cork when you need to breathe, feel connected to yourself and to others; and when you want to simply be.

OUR PROMISE

We are committed to creating heartwarming media that represents kindness, freedom, diversity and equality. We achieve this by gathering local stories for people’s consumption and the positive development of this city..county ..country.

VISION MISSION

Our vision is a kind world.

The  mission is to gather stories and remind us all that we are connected.

REVIEWS

Love it! So uplifting and inspiring! Get your copy and brighten your day!
Eilis Biggs​
Owner 'Records & Relics'​
Absolutely love what this magazine represents, in this day and age having local content of the positive nature is much needed…
Helena Palmer
Co-founder Collective Cork
I decided to take some time from my routine schedule just to read this magazine. It did energize me and gave me a feeling of optimism. Each and every article is well thought and it does make connections to our lives.
Dr. Lekha Menon Margassery
Microbiologist, working at UCC
Absolutely love what this magazine represents, in this day and age having local content of the positive nature is much needed…
Helena Palmer
Co-founder Collective Cork
The more aware we become of the good in our community, the more inspired we become to contribute to that, and in a small way make the world a better place… Thank you Good Day News for reminding us of this...
Georgia Hopkins
Artist and member of 'LETS'
Is a beautiful read - a combination of community, a sense of sharedness and positivity... I loved it.
Ruth Flanagan
Youth Worker