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Major honours for local camogie stalwarts

Conna’s Marie Clancy and Cappoquin’s Tricia McCarthy will receive nationwide recognition for their years of dedicated volunteer work with their local camogie...

Local woman raising awareness of wrongly incurred toll fine

A local woman, who claims she was incorrectly fined by a tolling company after a car was misidentified as being hers, is...

Fermoy’s Brian O’Sullivan announced EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2021

Fermoy local and chairman and founder of global packaging company Zeus - Brian O’Sullivan, has been named EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2021.

Help available as many elderly returning to cocooning

As Covid-19 cases rise and a new variant now on our shores confirmed, it is understood that many people in the locality,...

St Fanahan’s Well stile proves a difficult obstacle

The subject of the accessibility to St Fanahan’s Well was brought to the fore last Thursday on the day of the Feast...

Fermoy shop sells Lotto ticket worth almost €1M

A winning Lotto ticket worth close to €1 million was sold last week by the XL Shop on Emmet Street in Fermoy.

Local farmers take to Dublin to ‘Save Irish Farming’

Local farmers were among those who took to Dublin on Sunday as part of a rally to ‘Save Irish Farming’.

Aoibheann nominated for Young Player of the Year

Kilbehenny’s own soccer star Aoibheann Clancy proves herself a force to be reckoned with, as she is proudly nominated for the SSE...

Christmas lights come on in Mitchelstown

There was a very ‘normal’ feel to last Saturday evening’s official switch on of the Christmas lights in Mitchelstown.

Uplands ‘rushed’ and ‘no consultation with nearby residents’, local claims

A Fermoy local has claimed that the Uplands housing development in Fermoy is being ‘rushed' and that there has ‘never’ been any consultation with...

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