Clare’s Garden adds to Lane’s beauty

A plaque in memory of Clare Murphy has been erected on Quarry Lane, Fermoy. The plaque overlooks a flower bed which was...

‘Eircodes as important as fire alarms’

One of The Avondhu’s most experienced fire fighters has spoken about the life saving capabilities of Eircodes.  Bob Dalton, Station Officer of Mitchelstown...

Loreto refurbishment ‘enormous and complicated’

With five of the ten buildings in Fermoy's Loreto school campus deemed to be protected structures, the refurbishment project has been described as 'enormous...

New defibrillator needed in Ballylanders

The people of Ballylanders are beginning their effort to fundraise to upgrade their life saving 13-year-old defibrillator to a more modern model.  The...

Department of Social Protection warns members of the public over sophisticated...

The Department of Social Protection has become aware that some members of the public have received text messages on their mobile phones...

BT Young Scientist entries countdown

As students prepare to return to school, BT Ireland is calling on them to channel their creativity by entering the BT Young Scientist &...

Schools reopening and ready to combat Covid-19

Schools are reopening their doors to pupils once again and while Covid has not left, many schools in The Avondhu area are ready and...

Major rescue operation in Kilworth for injured walker

A major rescue operation, which included the Coastguard helicopter, swung into action at Kilworth woods last weekend as an injured walker suffered serious injuries. 

Excitement as countdown begins for school reopening

Victory is in sight for the people of Glenroe and Ballyorgan's campaign to reopen their national school as final building work is under way.

Fermoy’s foggy false fire

On Friday last, August 14, reports of smoke coming from a building raised the alarm for Fermoy Fire Brigade. It is understood that...

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