School Principal returns to Greece with truckloads

Clonakilty teacher Carmel Nic Airt has returned to Greece to assist the refugee crisis for the second time this year. Inspired by the refuge... Read more
School Principal returns to Greece with truckloads
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Working with the world’s poorest to transform lives

Clonakilty native Nellie Kingston is rarely at home. For the two precious months out of 12 that Nellie gets to spend with her husband and tw... Read more
Working with the world’s poorest to transform lives
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Make a start on your Irish Camino walk in Drimoleague

Many people from West Cork have completed the Camino of St James to Santiago de Compostella in Spain, and received the certificate as a due ... Read more
Make a start on your Irish Camino walk in Drimoleague
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Feeding a real army

Cook Sergeant John O’Regan, 41, from Clonakilty is back home after a six-month tour with the 50th Infantry Group in Golan Heights, the dis... Read more
Feeding a real army
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Stage-end finish in Clonakilty for An Post Rás
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Launch of the 2016 An Post Rás, Dublin Castle 17/2/2016
Irish County rider, Bryan McCrystal pictured at the launch of the 2016 An Post Rás which will begin on Sunday May 22nd, at Dublin Castle and finish on Sunday May 29th, in Multyfarnham, Co, Westmeath.
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Final preparations are now being made for the An Post Rás Eight-Day International Cycle Race, which will arrive in Clonakilty for a stage-end finish on Thursday May 26. This follows on from... Read on...

Ludgate Hub calls for Expressions of Interest for share of a €300,000 ‘Ludgate Seed Capital Fund’
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A €300,000 Ludgate Seed Capital fund, aimed at companies who locate in The Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen, is currently calling on entrepreneurs to register interest in the fund by May 20, 2016.... Read on...

Michael Collins House Museum opens
NO REPRO FEE:  Cllr. John Paul O'Shea, Mayor of the County of Cork unveils a plaque to mark the official opening of the Michael Collins Museum in Clonakilty.  Also included (left to right): Justin England, Cork County Council, Clodagh Henehan, Divisional Manager (West) Cork County Council, Cllr. Christopher O'Sullivan, Eileen Quill, great grand-daughter of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, Helen Collins, grand niece of Michael Collins, Tim Lucey, Chief Executive, Cork County Council, Billy Houlihan and Mary Ryan, Director of Services, Cork County Council.  Photo: Martin Walsh.

The much-anticipated Michael Collins House Museum was officially opened in Clonakilty on Sunday, April 23, by the Mayor of Cork County John Paul O’Shea. The council started restoring the house on Emmet... Read on...

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