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Plans for Taoiseach Micheal Martin to be feted in Courtmacsherry; Couple stranded in Goleen over Trump’s travel ban; Meet the 104-year-old woman who has survived two pandemics; County championships' schedule unveiled; Physio's tips for GAA players to avoid injury; Meet the Ballinascarthy woman playing a leading role in making sure Jameson holds its title as the world’s bestselling Irish whiskey

July 1st, 2020 8:23 PM

By Southern Star Team

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In this week's Southern Star:

In News

- Plans for Taoiseach Micheal Martin to be feted in Courtmacsherry this summer, when the Fianna Fail leader returns to his second home, in the West Cork holiday village
- Couple stranded in Goleen over Trump’s travel ban
- Meet the 104-year-old woman who has survived two pandemics
- Cautious welcome given to tourists flocking back to West Cork's beaches and holiday homes since last weekend
- Full house for Beara's first drive-in bingo
- Plans for Dunmanway care home are shelved

In Sport

- County championships' schedule unveiled
- Referees under pressure as bust season looms
- Physio's tips for GAA players to avoid injury
- A selection of Paddy Feen's best sports photos

In Life and Community

- Meet the Ballinascarthy woman playing a leading role in making sure Jameson holds its title as the world’s bestselling Irish whiskey

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