Living life with ovarian cancer

Four years ago, life for Catherine Kingston and her family changed forever when, age 62, Catherine was diagnosed with advanced stage (Stage ... Read more
Living life with ovarian cancer
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New community music library opening at Lisheens

A new listening and lending music library will be officially opening at Lisheens House training and support centre, Ilen Street, Skibbereen ... Read more
New community music library opening at Lisheens
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Long distance romance turns to marriage

For February’s ‘Love is in the Air’ Feature Donna O’Neill from Clonakilty spoke to Mary O’Brien about her upcomin... Read more
Long distance romance turns to marriage
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Ronan Collins plays in aid of the ‘Ethiopia Deaf Project’

Ronan Collins will play the Celtic Ross Hotel in Rosscarbery on Saturday, February 11. The show, which is in aid of the ‘Ethiopia Deaf Pro... Read more
Ronan Collins plays in aid of the ‘Ethiopia Deaf Project’
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€1m in funding sought for a new Air Ambulance
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Michael Martin TD; Pilot Cpt Jamie McKenzie and Irish Community Air Ambulance CEO John Kearney pictured in Cork at the launch of pictured in Cork at the announcement that a €1 million funding is being sought for a new Air Ambulance Service for Munster which will be officially launched later this year. Operating out of Cork Airport, the distinct red-coloured helicopter is a mobile intensive care unit which is staffed by a team of highly qualified and specially trained trauma doctors who can be on site in the fastest time possible. Irish Community Air Ambulance (ICAA), which hopes to raise €1m in funding over the coming months, says the service will complement the existing emergency services including the Emergency Aeromedical Service which is operated by the National Ambulance Service in partnership with the Irish Air Corps.
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€1m in funding is being sought for a new Air Ambulance Service for Munster, which will be officially launched later this year. Operating out of Cork Airport, the distinct red-coloured helicopter is... Read on...

Quality Hotel Clonakilty West Cork Rally 2017
2016 winners Donagh Kelly & Conor Foley in their Ford Focus WRC.

The 39th running of the Quality Hotel Clonakilty West Cork Rally will take place from March 18 to 19, 2017 with Greg McCarthy as Clerk of the Course for a third year.... Read on...

€6.25 million on offer to West Cork communities through LEADER
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With €5 million on offer in LEADER funding across West Cork from 2016 – 2020, co-financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development with an additional €1.25 million provided by Cork... Read on...

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