Race night supporters gather in Castlelyons

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On Sunday evening last, Castlelyons Community Centre hosted a race night with a view to generating much needed finance. While fundraising models come and go,...

Plenty praise for popular pattern

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Ballylanders celebrated its annual Pattern Day on Wednesday, August 15. Traditionally a religious festival, in more modern times the event has evolved into a...

‘Time to name and shame dog-fouling owners’

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A local councillor is insisting this week that dog owners who let their dogs foul Fermoy's streets and parks need to be named and...

Celebrating St John’s Eve at Doonpeter

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By John Arnold When the combined forces of O’Neill and O’Donnell, on their way to Kinsale in 1599 burned the Church at Doonpeter to the...

Ushering in 2019

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The events of 2018 can now be referred to in the past tense as revellers throughout the region, said 'adieu' to the old year and...

Bringing home the reality of homelessness

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The 'Tuesday Homeless Run' involves a group of individuals from Fermoy and surrounding areas travelling to Cork city centre where they distribute food and clothing to those...

Elusive silverware on display in Mitchelstown

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Under the expert stewardship of New Zealander Joe Schmidt, the Irish rugby team are going from strength to strength. Once they got over a first round...

Major funding secured for local projects

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A massive €2 million modernisation and expansion project is set to get under way at the CBS Secondary School in Mitchelstown which will help...

Community Councils struggling under lockdowns

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Many community councils around the country will cease to operate after Covid-19 as the toll of repeat lockdowns has destroyed their income, according to a...

Vibrancy of Mitchelstown showcased at Bank of Ireland expo

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Mitchelstown Enterprise Town, is an initiative by Bank of Ireland aimed at highlighting the economic and social strengths of villages and towns.  Fermoy has featured in...

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