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School Constructions Re-Commence

The development of what is to be one of Cork’s largest ever school projects is set to get back on the road in the near future, following a recent halt to the process. Last week,An Tánaiste, Simon Coveney TD, confirmed that a “milestone” had been reached in appointing a contractor for the three-school site, in Ballinrea, Carrigaline.

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Crosshaven Set For Royal Visit

A statement from the Royal House website read, “arriving in Cobh, the delegation joins the Dutch companies of the economic mission and their Irish counterparts from the maritime infrastructure and port development sector.”

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Carrigaline Primary Care Centre Official Opening

The centre has a dedicated wound clinic, as well as purpose designed rooms; for example Dental, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy departments. Until the centre opened, people in the Carrigaline area had to travel to Cork City to access these and other services. Three midwife-led clinics are run weekly from the centre as an outreach service from CUMH, reducing the need for parents-to-be to attend outpatients’ departments in the city.

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Abandoned £240,000 Horse Linked to Nohoval

The story last week made national headlines when it emerged that one of the rescued animals, a thoroughbred mare, War Celeste, had sold in 2013 for almost a quarter of a million pounds sterling and had previous links with Andrew Lloyd Webber, was among the animals.

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European Elections: Billy Kelleher – Fianna Fáil

In just a few days the people of Ireland South will be asked to choose who they want to be represented by in the 2019 European Elections. One of the candidates who is seeking election on Friday 24th May is Cork’s own, Billy Kelleher. A few weeks ago, on his campaign trail, Billy visited Carrigaline and joined us in The Carrigdhoun Office for a chat as to why he believes he should represent Ireland South in the European Parliament.

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