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We’re back in business - local firms re-open as restrictions eased; ‘No Covid cases’ in Timoleague meat factory; Whiddy oil tanks are in big demand; Reports of erratic driving as motorists are a bit ‘rusty’ now; Rape accused is out on bail; Woman stalked and attacked after 19th birthday; Tom Lyons picks his best Carbery football team; Just how good was Amanda Murphy?; Golfers back on the West Cork fairways; We can’t seem to get enough of Normal People – but what do West Cork's college students think of it?

May 20th, 2020 8:10 PM

By Jack McCarron

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In News

- We’re back in business - local firms re-open as restrictions eased
- Reports of erratic driving as motorists are a bit ‘rusty’ now
- Woman stalked and attacked after 19th birthday
- ‘No Covid cases’ in Timoleague meat factory
- Rape accused is out on bail
- Glengarriff eagle Daddy's is gone awol
- Whiddy oil tanks are in big demand

Special Feature

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

In Sport

- Tom Lyons picks his best Carbery football team
- Just how good was Amanda Murphy?
- Golfers back on the West Cork fairways

In Life and Community

- Kourtney Kardashian is a fan, so is Taylor Swift, and just about everyone else. We can’t seem to get enough of Normal People – but what do West Cork's college students think of it?

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