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Memories From The Archives – March 1996

Champagne was flowing at National Lottery HQ in Dublin for the ‘Famous Five’ syndicate from Rathcormac, who scooped the £1 million Lotto jackpot. Syndicate...

Memories From The Archives – March 1996

A blow to the economic fabric of Clogheen in March 1996, with the announcement that Moroney’s Bakery had gone into voluntary liquidation. In existence...

Memories From The Archives – March 1996

A large crowd, estimated at ‘well over 1,000’, participated in a March for Peace in February 1996 through Fermoy town, in response to a...

Memories From The Archives – February 1996

After 12 years under the proprietorship of the Byrne family, The Firgrove Hotel in Mitchelstown was set to change hands. Pat Tangney, owner of...

Memories From The Archives – February 1996

It’s like a joke you’d hear told, ‘Did you hear the one about the fox that walked into a pub and …’; well, rewind...

Memories From The Archives – February 1996

‘Suspected marauders’ were operating in the area, with gardai issuing a warning to the public to be on the look-out for this ‘very verbal...

Memories From The Archives

A national litter awareness campaign was initiated by the newly formed Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) organisation, chaired by Fermoy businessman Tom Cavanagh and...

Memories From The Archives – January 1996

What was believed to have been a lightning strike wiped out 13 livestock on the farm of Mike and Anne Kenny at Macroney, Kilworth...

Memories From The Archives – January 1996

Three Watergrasshill youngsters, representing the local GAA club, had qualified for the Munster Scor na nÓg finals in January 1996. Some ‘impressive answering’ in...

Memories From The Archives – January 1996

A FAS employee from Mitchelstown hit out strongly against the fact that he once again had to resign himself to signing on the dole,...

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