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Prof Gerry O'Sullivan Memorial Park for Caheragh
Permission granted for discount store in Skibbereen
Stars of Philomena for Schull film festival
Minister visits Kinsale and Dunmanway
Clonakilty's Avril Murphy profiled
Soccer: Drinagh Rangers win the mygaff.ie Cup.
GAA: Bear bow out of county SFC, Carrighdhoun hurlers win, Cork U21s lose, Cork minors win, plus all local action
Powerlifting: an interview with Bantry's Abigail Cronin
Bowling: Aidan Murphy wins the Joe McVeigh Cup
Announcing details of the 2014 West Cork Emergency Services Charity Cycle, which will be held on Saturday, July 12th, are - from left - George Lane, Richard Roycroft,Terry Phair, Tony Walsh, Des Quinn, Garry Minihane, Jim Keane, Sorcha N hodha and Seamus O'Mahony. (Photo: Anne Minihane)
BY JACKIE KEOGH
'I LOVED it and I loved you' - that was what Jamelia said after hearing Danica Holland perform Christina Aguilera's song 'Lady Marmalade' on The Voice on Sunday night.
Jamelia, like all of Danica's fans in West Cork, loved the performance - which packed as much power as even Christina could muster - but, sadly, despite excellent votes from the three judges, the Glengarriff songstress did not make it through to the semi-finals.
BY JACKIE KEOGH
GLANDORE Pier - a piece of West Cork infrastructure that was built in the late 1800s - is to get a major facelift as part of a €200,000 investment by the Department of Agriculture, in conjunction with Cork County Council.
Cllr Adrian Healy confirmed that the pier - which was damaged during the recent storms - is in need of urgent repairs, but he said the work would not commence until September, or October at the latest.
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