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Memories from the Archives – November 1995

Operating from his home at Ballygrellihan, Castletownroche, Peter Noonan established Castle Crystal, a manufacturer of quality crystal products. Originally from Fermoy, Peter had gained...

Memories from the Archives – November 1995

‘Bonfires were blazing’ in Ballylanders, as locals welcomed the local footballers back to the South Limerick village, having secured the Limerick county championship, bridging...

Memories From The Archives – October 1995

The entire village of Ballyhooly appeared to have ‘moved to Cork’ in support of their junior B hurling team, who overcame Tullylease (Duhallow) to...

Memories from the Archives – October 1995

No getting away from water charges! It was announced in October 1995 that the Northern Division of Cork County Council was set to see...

Memories from the Archives – October 1995

Sporting success once again for local clubs – Mitchelstown ousted Mallow in the junior A football championship, contested in Araglin, on a scoreline of...

Memories from the Archives – October 1995

Castletownroche were declared outright winners of the fourth annual Litter Free Roadsides Competition in 1995, completing a 3-in-a-row of titles. They narrowly secured the...

Memories From The Archives – a look back at September 1995

The closure of the entrance road to Tallow Bridge Quay came about following objections by local residents, local landowners and from the West Waterford...

Memories From The Archives – a look back at September 1995

Many businesses and private houses were left without a phone service in Mitchelstown, when work on the town’s sewerage scheme caused damage to telephone...

Memories From The Archives – a look back at September 1995

While the Gaels of Watergrasshill bemoaned the fact that Killeagh claimed the spoils in the East Cork junior hurling final in September 1995 by...

Memories from the Archives – September 1995

Four locals were among the Cork minor hurling panel, which overwhelmed traditional rivals, Kilkenny, 2-10 to 1-2, in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park...

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