Soldiers carry out their 1916 centenary mission
Better Life Cycle launch and quiz for St Joseph’s
Avondhu memories from October 1994
New senior management team at Presentation Secondary, Mitchelstown
Sherlock confirmed as Labour candidate for general election
‘Lucky’ escape in Rathcormac after shed fire
Democracy in action in St Colman’s College, Fermoy
Mitchelstown businesses to come up with a plan for €15k
Kildorrery concert ‘a resounding success’
Patrick (Padraig) Pearse on Fermoy: A ‘most heartening place’
Sherlock confirmed for Labour
Delight at finish of Kilworth footpath
Reasurrances for Kildorrery from Irish Water
It’s going to take awhile, however, rest assured members of the Irish Defence Forces will personally deliver a national flag and a copy of the 1916 proclamation to every primary school in the country between now and the cut off point of March 15 – the date when schools have been instructed to raise the tricolour.
Given that The Avondhu isn’t in a position to cover every visit by members of Oglaigh na h-Eireann, there will be an onus on schools to record the historical hand-over of the aforementioned items.
This week, we teamed up with soldiers, Sergeant Pierce O’Regan (Fermoy) and Trooper Trevor Clancy (Clondulane) ...
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