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In this weekends Southern Star newspaper

Wednesday, 13th November, 2013 6:04pm
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In this weekends Southern Star newspaper


Skibbereen discount store decision likely to be appealed

Flying high at Bandon’s brand new skate park

A day of many emotions as Union Hall inshore lifeboat service is confirmed


Former world heavyweight boxing champ David Haye tries his hand at bowling and hurling

Interview with Eamon Dunphy plus chance to win a copy of his new autobiography

Clonakilty venue is good enough to host a McGrath Cup game

Drinagh Rangers celebrate in style


The past is in the cards: new book documents postcards of city and county