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Jack aiming to turn Leicester blue in British general election

Seeking to capitalise on their strong poll numbers with recent decision by Theresa May to call a general election, as part of their bid...

CBS – Raising the Edmund Rice Flag

On Friday last, the students at Mitchelstown CBS raised a new, specially designed flag to celebrate the unique spirit of the school and to mark...

Kilmagner pupils show keen eye for wildlife and nature

Pupils in Kilmagner National School showed their understanding and attentiveness for nature in this year’s Garden Bird Survey, which was open to pupils from...

Dancers turn out in force to support Lourdes dance

There's a strong tradition of Carmelite volunteers in Mitchelstown and, thanks to their efforts and the public's generosity, scores of people are able to...

Mitchelstown Convent to be auctioned

Hopes are high that the former convent building in Mitchelstown will finally be bought when it goes for auction on May 24. The building has an AMV...

Local community rallies to support three year old Matthew

The local community is rallying to support the family of a beautiful 3-year-old Kilworth boy who was diagnosed with Hunter’s Syndrome two years ago.The...

Countdown on to Hillfest 2017

Members of Watergrasshill Community Association and Watergrasshill National School have teamed up to host 'Hillfest 2017' - a music festival that will also incorporate sport,...

Double car draw success for Araglin GAA

Araglin GAA representatives Brendan Kingston and Mary O'Brien, were the big winners at last Friday evening's Cavanagh's of Fermoy leagues winners' draw.For Brendan Kingston who travelled from...

Darkness Into Light this Saturday morning

The Darkness into Light Event takes place in Mitchelstown on Saturday morning, May 6th at 4.15am.Michelle Cooke who is chairperson of the organising committee,...

Ruthless Cork put Kerry to the sword

Cork 6-11 Kerry 1-10With a ruthless display of attacking football Cork minor girls put Kerry to the sword to capture their 3rd Munster title...

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