Orpheus choir joins Torcán in Kilworth
Blackwater Motors Commercial Vehicles Open Week
Kilshanna group shine at Late Late Toy Show auditions
Local coffee morning raises €2,000 for Marymount
Opportunity for young guitarists
Zetadam heads for Kilworth
Plethora of new plays for Culture Night in Kilmallock
Substantial donation by carnival to Araglin N.S.
Kilbehenny Potato Festival yet again proves to be a resounding success
Classical music, film and drama at Friars’ Gate
Funny man Ross Browne for Kilworth
Showband king for Kilcoran Lodge
By Christy Parker
The first book in over 55 years to trace the course and history of the Blackwater at first hand will be launched in Youghal next month.
Walking the Munster Blackwater by retired schoolteacher Jim O’Malley recounts the author’s seven day walk beside the river from its source in Co Kerry to its exit 104 meandering miles later at Youghal Harbour.
It succeeds the last such literary venture, Cois Móíre, by Annraoi Ó Liatháin (Harry Lions) in 1959.
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