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The Arch Ballroom Tallow – Where it all began

No matter where you travel across the country, when you mention the town of Tallow in West Waterford, one major landmark usually comes up...

When Martin Corry TD fell foul of the Catholic Church

By Jim Fitzgerald, Chairman Knockraha History & Heritage Society In any discussion of the War of Independence in Cork, the name of Martin Corry will invariably...

Down memory lane

By Margaret O'Hanlon Recently I took a trip down memory lane to my childhood in MacCurtain Street in...

The Galtee General – Lt. General James Parker DSM

By Denis Morgan Lieutenant General James Parker was born in Mitchelstown, County Cork, on 15 April 1929. He entered the Cadet School, the...

Fermoy, my home town – A glimpse into the life of...

There has been many a man and woman proud to called Fermoy their home and John Murphy is certainly one of them. A former...

The ghost of Glencairn

The grounds of St Mary’s Abbey, Glencairn, located in the Blackwater Valley about three miles upstream from Lismore, County Waterford, have a very interesting and exciting...

Groundhog days in the Kilworth Ranges

By Denis Morgan, Midleton “We all have our own time machines, one is called memories, they take us back in time. The other takes us forward,...

Araglen RIC Barracks raid – The first to be captured in...

By Neil Donovan While a number of IRA companies/battalions around the country claim the distinction of being the first...

Fermoy Railway Station remembered

March 25th is a date which is filled with significance in the town of Fermoy. It was on that date in 1967...

Cottage restoration ‘overwhelming’ for American family

“It would require a language beyond my mind to express the gratitude and love that I feel toward all of you for the collective...

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