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21 years ago – a look back at March 1995

An intricate and illegal operation, involving the importation of stolen vehicles from different parts of the United Kingdom for resale, came to a head...

A look back at February 1995 – this week 21 years...

A teenage disco in Fermoy, promoted as a school fundraising event, caused much controversy as it was witness to scenes ‘bordering on the disgraceful’....

February 1995 – a look back at The Avondhu headlines

It was reported that an ‘environmental project’ was under way in Doneraile, which ‘would probably protect it (the town) from the spectre of an...

February 1995 – Some headline news from The Avondhu

Following her All-Ireland win, a native of Mohera, Castlelyons could never be accused of being lost for words! Chris Broderick swept all competition before...

What was on The Avondhu news radar 21 years ago?

The weather forecast didn’t appear too much brighter in January 1995. Storm force winds caused ‘havoc’ in many areas of North Cork and South...

Looking back to December 1994 – Avondhu headlines

Certainly no Christmas spirit in Mitchelstown in December 1994, as some individual continued to be a ‘pane’ to authorities and members of the public,...

Recalling Avondhu news headlines from December 1994

1994 was a year to remember for Mitchelstown Golf Club - following the opening of a 6-hole extension in July, history was made when...

TV history made by Ballyduff siblings – Recalling news from January...

A Ballyduff brother and sister were to ‘make TV history’, appearing on two of RTE’s most popular shows on the one weekend. Proud parents...

Headline news from January 1995

A remarkable 109 years young, Fermoy’s Ciss Geaney was revelling in the limelight, receiving many letters and cards of congratulations as Ireland’s oldest citizen,...

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