Vintage club day out will be a classic
CHARLEVILLE & District Veteran Vintage & Classic Club will hold a vintage tractor run on Sunday, May 26, starting from John Roche's garage, Kilmallock and members and non-members are welcome to join on the day for a scenic drive across the Ballyhouras.
Magnificent seven gold for Vickie
Charity hit as vintage rally is cancelled
THE Dromcollogher May Fair & Vintage Rally has had to be postponed due to the poor underfoot conditions in the grounds where the event was to take place adjacent to the West Limerick town.
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Temp Head - BOHERBUE Comprehensive School honoured some
BOHERBUE Comprehensive School honoured some of its brightest stars during the school's annual awards ceremony last week, when staff, parents, and students got together to celebrate both curricular and extra curricular prowess.
THE death took place on Wednesday, May 1, of Patrick (Paddy) Barry, Charleville Road and formerly of Toureendarby, beloved husband of Noreen (nee Barry). Funeral took place on Sunday, May 5, after requiem mass in St. Mary's Church to Clonfert.
Banteer Community Sportsfield calls for support
Banteer Community Sportsfield request that all community members and users of the facility please support the annual supporters/users fundraising draw costing €100 p.a. This can be paid in €25, €50 or €100 installments in cash, cheque or by direct debit whichever suits. All contributors will be entered into a draw for cash prizes with a total prize fund of €5,000 per annum.
Meelin GAA Club meeting
MEELIN GAA CLUB MEETING An important meeting of Meelin GAA Club takes place in Meelin Hall on Thursday May 9th at 8.30pm. All members are requested to attend.
The Darkness into Light walk
The Darkness into Light walk takes place this Saturday 11th May at 4am, starting in the beautiful grounds of U.C.C.
Raheen NS raise €770 for Sr Joan
SR Joan Corkery, Congregational Leader of the Medical Missionaries of Mary, visited Rusheen N.S. last week.
Launch of 'Journeying Personal History and Works of Imagination'
THE Millstreet Community School based Living Scenes Intergenerational Group invite the public to the launch of a publication titled 'Journeying Personal History and Works of Imagination' in Millstreet Community Library on Monday, May 13, at 2pm.
Contracts signed for construction of new playground
ON last Friday evening contracts were signed for the construction for a new playground and mini pitch in Kilcorney.
Blue nuns celebrate life of founder
The Little Company of Mary the Order so that was so well known in Fermoy as the Blue Nuns, are celebrating the life and work of their founder Venerable Mary Potter with a family fun day out in the Corrin Event Centre just outside Fermoy on Saturday May 18th from 10am to 4pm.
€1,550 raised for Lourdes pilgrimage
ON May 1, over 100 students from McEgan College undertook a six mile sponsored walk around Macroom and the surrounding area.
Plan to change rates law welcomed
PROPOSED legislation that would remove the burden of a rates debt from new businesses has been welcomed by Cork County Council.
'Softly, softly' on developers rejected by county manager
DEVELOPERS cannot be seen to be absolved of their responsibilities for unfinished estates, the county council manager has warned as the local authority came under fire for its "softly, softly" approach to tackling incomplete housing projects.
Kanturk angler to fish for Ireland
KANTURK angler Ann McWilliams (pictured) will fish for Ireland in the 2013 Ladies International Championships next month.
Berrings pupils' tome is fit to print
PUPILS, teachers and parents at Berring's National School have been busy in recent times with some extra curricular activities.
Barry's staff put their backs into fundraiser to help Haiti
'Let's Go' summer jobs for teachers
THOSE with teaching qualifications in Co Cork who are currently looking for summer work have been encouraged to apply for one of the 160 new positions at Let's Go Summer Camps.
World gathers for unique food fest
IDA: hard to tell why site is idle
THE IDA has said that the changing nature of foreign direct investment has made it more difficult to attract companies to Fermoy's Business and Technology Park.
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Terror in Mallow after attacks on homes
GARDAI in Mallow were on a high state of alert this week following the death of Mallow man Roy O'Driscoll in Cork Prison.