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Midleton Student Accepted to Attend the UN Youth Climate Summit in New York

The Youth Climate Summit will feature a full-day of programming that brings together young activists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and change-makers who are committed to combating climate change at the pace and scale needed to meet the challenge.

SuperValu offering customers greener choices as they trial Ireland’s LARGEST Supermarket Eco-Range

The full product range is now on trial in 12 SuperValu stores.

Local Wild Food Challenge is a fEast for the senses

Competitors create a dish made from their wild food gatherings and present it with the story of its origin to a panel of judges who assess the taste, presentation and inspiring story behind the dish.

Meet The Music Factory – Midleton’s melody makers

The Music Factory is located in the heart of Midleton town, in the Market Green Complex. We are a music academy catering to students...

Touch of Elegance Nails Studio celebrates fifth anniversary in Midleton

The meaning of the name ‘Latoya’ is ‘victorious one’ – and it’s the perfect description of Latoya Fitzgerald, the owner of Touch of Elegance...

Midleton’s John O’Connell puts his best specs forward for a win

A Cork man has been chosen from hundreds of proud glasses wearers as a semi-finalist for Specsavers’ Spectacle Wearer of the Year. John O’Connell, aged...

Midleton travel specialist opens new business

Local travel specialist Lisa Smith O’Brien has officially launched her own travel business as part of leading independent travel specialists, Travel Counsellors. With almost 20 years’ travel...

New appointments at the Garryvoe Health Club

The state-of-the-art Health Club at the Garryvoe is pleased to announce two new appointments: Katie Ahern has been promoted to Health Club Manager, while...

Minister David Stanton Welcomes Fine Gael Parliamentary Party to East Cork

Cork East Fine Gael TD and Minister of State at the Department of Justice & Equality David Stanton has welcomed the decision to hold...


The €30,000 wall which was semi-funded by Cork County Council, was officially unveiled by Tánaiste Simon Coveney in 2016. It contains 200 names of slain soldiers, allegedly linked to the region.

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