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VISITORS to West Cork can now 'visit' the world-famous hobbit home of Bilbo Baggins from the fantasy world created by JRR Tolkien.


Published: 17:15 Mon 28 Jul 2014
Flood

A public information day on the Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme will be held this Tuesday, July 29th.

Published: 13:03 Mon 28 Jul 2014
Cllr Christopher O'Sullivan (FF)

BY JACKIE KEOGH

 

COMMUNITIES living just outside the broadband reach in West Cork are suffering unduly because they cannot avail of normal facilities like online bank or tax payments.

Published: 22:03 Sun 27 Jul 2014
Dineen

THE Mick Dineen Cycle recalls the memory of a man who died in a workplace accident four years ago.

 

Published: 22:38 Sat 26 Jul 2014
Mike Doolan

Fantastic day in Dunmanway as West Cork Masters League earn a 2-2 draw against Republic of Ireland Over 40's international team.

Published: 12:59 Sat 26 Jul 2014
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A 'MAZE of maize' is how it's being described - a huge eight acre field sure to bring lots of fun and excitement to West Cork this summer.

Published: 08:13 Sat 26 Jul 2014
Sarah is the first Traveller contestant in Miss Ireland.

'IF you are shy or ashamed, you will starve to death,' are the wise words that famous Irish musician and seancha Pecker Dunne gave to his daughter Sarah Jane Dunne.

Published: 17:13 Fri 25 Jul 2014
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A LOCAL pub in Clondrohid has taken a firm stand against racism.

Published: 07:10 Fri 25 Jul 2014
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Mad Pride Ireland has announced that its Free Family Fun Day - to promote mental health awareness - will take place in the playground in Skibbereen on Sunday, July 27th from 1pm to 5pm.

Published: 20:25 Thu 24 Jul 2014
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BANTRY firm Keohane Seafoods celebrated two hugely successful years in business with a midsummer party and BBQ at their shop at the Food Emporium at Kinsale Road roundabout last week.

Published: 12:24 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Published: 17:12 Mon 28 Jul 2014
Dunmanway: Council's retail programme hailed a success

CORK County Council's 'Beacon' retail programme was recently completed by 15 Dunmanway retailers.

Published: 07:44 Mon 28 Jul 2014
Laurence Murdock and his son, Patrick, travelled the 350 miles from Belfast to Leap on their horse and carriage

A 72-YEAR-old man from Belfast and his son made a rather unusual road trip recently

Published: 08:04 Sun 27 Jul 2014
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THE official opening of the revamped Model Railway Village took place last night in Clonakilty this week.

Published: 20:04 Sat 26 Jul 2014
BY JACKIE KEOGH

LOCAL attempts to have the coastal route from Clonakilty to Timoleague included in the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) received a blow this week.

Published: 09:27 Sat 26 Jul 2014
Archon

VERY often self-righteous EU leaders ooze such hypocrisy that their statements acquire a disturbing, surreal quality.

Published: 22:03 Fri 25 Jul 2014
Minister Coveney with club commodore Joan Collins

BALTIMORE'S 400,000 redeveloped sailing club was officially opened by Minister Simon Coveney at the weekend.

Published: 12:00 Fri 25 Jul 2014
Schull playground has been closed at its busiest time.

SCHULL residents are furious this week that access to the town's playground has been blocked by the Council

Published: 23:54 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Hungarian bothers Levente and Attila Magyar, above, with their leather bags made from Astrid sails.

MAMUKKO, the Kinsale-based designer duo, have launched their exclusive limited edition Astrid Tallship life raft range of bags

Published: 14:47 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Clon Street

CLONAKILTY has topped a poll of searches for coastal towns on a popular website.

Published: 12:01 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Doors closed at Berehaven Credit Union yesterday.

THERE is widespread shock in Beara this week at the news that a liquidator has been appointed to Berehaven Credit Union

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Published: 17:22 Wed 27 Feb 2013

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