In this week's Southern Star
• As the areas around Rosscarbery, Rathbarry, Glandore and Leap brace themselves for another series of downpours we hear from the residents affected and why some feel more regular waterways maintenance needs to be done
• As Gaggin residents finally get their long-awaited broadband connection they admit that being able to work from home is like winning the Lotto!
• Castlehaven beat Newcestown to become the first team through to the knock-out stages of the Cork Premier SFC
• O'Donovan Rossa make it two wins from two
• Interview with Newcestown's Colette Desmond
• Phil Healy ready for national championships
In Life & Community:
• A multi-million euro plan is launched locally to address the growing problem of digital poverty in smaller West Cork schools
• Don't miss your FREE 8-page 'Back to School' supplement featuring, expert advice on kids and teens' health and nutrition, dealing with their Covid anxieties, educational tech and lots more.
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