Rave style party for Schull island
Strong local support for Aer Lingus sale to IAG
Mass of the angels for toddler Ben Regan
Kitty's an internet sensation - again
Jason set to paddle with no canoe
Innishannon's Brigid meets Prince Charles
Council needs role in suicide prevention
Skibb Gaelscoil gets go-ahead
Forever home for Gus
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Jason McAteer to play in Drinagh
Clonakilty footballers shell-shocked!
Skibbereen rowers bidding for European glory
SW hurling championship off to a great start
'We all felt we knew Bill'
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Welsh mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins interviewed
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ONE man observed that 'Paddy Hurley was over 6ft and had a towering presence, both in business and in life.' One woman observed that 'he was probably the most amenable man you could ever meet.' Both statements are true and both are a mark of the man who lived well, and died peacefully, at his daughter's home in Nohoval on May 15th last, at the age of 87.
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