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Aoibheann Clancy – A name we’ll hear a lot more of...

A walk through Presentation Secondary School Thurles, and you can’t but feel the importance of achievement. Last year over 20% of Leaving Cert students...

All set for re-enactment in Araglen

Easter Sunday 100 years ago (April 20, 1919), Araglen RIC Barracks was raided and taken over by the Araglen Company Volunteers in conjunction with Fermoy...

The Celtic Tiger, indifference and vandalism – the sad saga of...

The fire in the Presentation Convent in Mitchelstown last week is the latest episode in the sad saga of a once beautiful building which...

Marymount supporters enjoy Afternoon Tea at Ballyvolane

Thanks to its outstanding work, management and staff of Marymount University Hospital and Hospice, better known as Marymount Hospice, continue to receive tremendous goodwill from...

First event announced for Mitchelstown’s new Art Centre

Mitchelstown now has an arts and heritage centre and first steps were taken this week to prepare Saint George’s former church for its first...

Fr Eamon lauds ‘young men who made a difference’ (to the...

A campaign by students from St Colman's College, Fermoy that arose from a desire to assist a fellow student battling cancer, has raised €51,132.  The...

Entertainment Centre in Mitchelstown ‘a reality’

The potential for Mitchelstown Leisure Centre to become an entertainment centre for the region became a reality this week. This follows the installation...

‘The Ballyhooly Bullet’ wins big

Over the weekend, Ballyhooly’s Jamie Collins took to the start line in three races at the Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship at Mondello Park, Co Kildare.

Mitchelstown man on victorious 5 Nations Transplant Golf Tournament team

Michael Kiely from Mitchelstown was part of a jubilant Ireland team of five transplant recipient golfers who touched down in Dublin airport on Sunday...

Wilful and reckless fire destroys remnants of Chapel at Presentation Convent...

Local fire crews and gardai were called to a blaze at the former Convent building in Mitchelstown on Monday morning at approximately 5.30am.

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