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Mitchelstown projects to benefit from €433k LEADER funding

Two projects in Mitchelstown are to share a funding allocation of almost €433,000 which has been made available through the LEADER programme operated by...

40th Anniversary Bumper Christmas Edition

This week's edition includes our annual Christmas Supplement. This years Bumper Christmas Edition features 5-days of TV Listings from RTE & Virgin Media as well...

All-Ireland cup comes to Kilbehenny

What a year it's been for Gaelic Games in Limerick. Not long after the county's senior hurlers brought the Liam McCarthy Cup back to Shannonside, their ladies...

Tesco and Gardai team up for youth awards

The Tesco/An Garda Siochana Youth Awards took place in The Firgrove Hotel, Mitchelstown last Thursday evening. There was a fine crowd in attendance at an...

McDonalds opens it’s doors in Fermoy

The internationally known foodchain McDonalds opened it’s doors to customers at Circle K near Moorepark in Fermoy on Wednesday. The outfit began trading at lunchtime...

20 month old child waiting a year for ‘urgent’ appointment

A young mother from Ballylanders has urged health minister Simon Harris TD, to sort out the health service and in particular the waiting times for...

€1.865 Million for Moorepark Agri-Innovation Hub

A new Agri-Innovation Hub project based in Kilworth has been successful in securing funding of €1.865 million through the government’s Regional Enterprise Development Fund.  “The...

Eamonn Walsh, a massive hit – once again

Events featuring Eamonn Walsh need little promotion in Mitchelstown judging by the capacity crowd that attended last Friday night's concert in The Firgrove Hotel.  Once again,...

Farm advisor from Glenroe goes on fact-finding trip to Uganda

Increasing farm production and improving the access that small-scale farmers have to markets is the key to lifting tens of millions of people out...

Residents living in ‘terrible’ circumstances as they wait taking in charge...

Cork County Council are being urged to expedite the ‘Taking in Charge’ (TIC) of local housing estates because of the ‘terrible circumstances’ in which...

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