Seeking the living relatives of tragic Fermoy brothers who died in...

A remembrance ceremony for three Fermoy brothers who served in the Royal Canadian Airforce and died within months of each other during World War...

Fermoy ladies explore nature through art

Fermoy ladies Joan Ensko, Ann Baylor and Evelyn Barber are well known for their creative talents and are currently exhibiting their works in Fermoy...

Fermoy footballer who played for Ireland ‘will go far’

A talented young footballer who recently represented Ireland in an U15s game has been hotly-tipped by his Fermoy FC coach to go far. 

Fire at Mill Island may have been malicious

Hopes were expressed this week by a local councillor that a fire which may have been started maliciously at the former Bupa property at Mill Island,...

Fermoy vet elected to National Veterinary Council

Fermoy vet Ian Fleming, who is based in Duntahane Veterinary Clinic, has been elected to the Veterinary Council of Ireland by his peers.

Fermoy publican wins €32k on winning streak

Brian Enright, proprietor of the Cross Bar at Cork Road, Fermoy is a very popular son this week having won a total of €32,000...

’90s students meet up in Loreto

Some we meet regularly, others are not on our radar and we wonder 'where are they now'. There was lots of hugs and love...

Fermoy shocked at death of local postman

Many hearts were saddened on Monday morning last when the news broke that Fermoy’s well loved postman Tommy Feerick, had passed away suddenly. 

Fermoy to be HQ for Protective Services Unit

It is being speculated that Fermoy may lose anything up to 30 gardai under the new operating model and the loss to the town...

Public urged to attend Fermoy march

A public march is being held in Fermoy this Saturday, September 14 at noon, to highlight the public feeling on the deterioration of the...

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