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Skibb convent 'will not become' direct provision centre; Domestic violence incidents up 40% this year; Dramatic rescue at Inchydoney beach; New fears for Bantry Hospital; Former mayor and wife welcome 'tiny ball of love'; Aldi to open new store in Clonakilty; Local sportspeople pick their Best in the West; Ian Maguire on Cork footballers' fundraiser; Clon relive 2009 All-Ireland football glory; Ryan Price reflects on Cork City FC stint

May 27th, 2020 9:00 PM

By Jack McCarron

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In News

- Skibb convent 'will not become' direct provision centre
- Domestic violence incidents up 40% this year
- Dramatic rescue at Inchydoney beach
- New fears for Bantry Hospital
- Former mayor and wife welcome 'tiny ball of love'
- Aldi to open new store in Clonakilty

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- 'Open for Business', our weekly directory of local businesses doing deliveries, takeaways, phone/click & collect across West Cork

In Sport

- Local sportspeople pick their Best in the West
- Ian Maguire on Cork footballers' fundraiser
- Clon relive 2009 All-Ireland football glory
- Ryan Price reflects on Cork City FC stint

In Life and Community

- The West Cork architect rebuilding the Caribbean islands left devastated by Hurricane Irma

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