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Courtmac woman on surviving Covid; 600+ new jobs for Clonakilty; Eight dogs stolen in Macroom; Belgooly has become 'Smellgooly' say local residents; West Cork ladies crowned champs; RTÉ's Jacqui Hurley on writing, family and Covid

September 16th, 2020 9:00 PM

By Southern Star Team

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In this week's Southern Star

In News:

• Clon firm to increase workforce from 370 to 1,000
• Courtmac woman tells of frightening experience with Covid
• Eight dogs stolen from Macroom kennels
• Dangerous jellyfish sightings close Barleycove beach
• Belgooly has become 'Smellgooly' say local residents

In Sport:

• West Cork ladies crowned champs
• Enniskeane camogie's date with destiny
• Newcestown footballers ready for Páirc Uí Chaoimh
• Kilmacabea footballers are the team to beat

In Life & Community:

• RTÉ sports broadcaster Jacqui Hurley on writing her new book, family and Covid

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IN SHOPS THIS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17th

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