Tragic homeless man was Skibbereen native; Durrus landmark shop closes its doors this month; Pensioner says men came to evict her; Pop band made Rosy's final wish come true; Louise O'Keeffe critical of State's plan for abuse victims; Glandore Inn opens under new owners; Mixed reaction to new fish quotas; Author recalls Whiddy disaster; Ian Bailey case continues; Interview with Cork hurling manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy; New award to be presented at West Cork Sports Award night in January; Skibbereen record impressive away win in Munster Junior League; Picture special from Carbery minor hurling medal presentation night
By Brian Moore
THE Clonakilty public got a chance to see plans for the town's long-awaited Flood Relief Scheme on Monday, while the OPW said it is 'hoped' the work can start in November 2015.
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