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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Midleton Karate Club Sensei, Neil Sargent celebrates 80th birthday with surprise reunion

As a Karate Sensei, it’s hard to believe that anyone could sneak up on Neil Sargent. And yet, on Monday, January 21st, that’s just what happened

Walking the walk! Camino Information Day in Midleton

On Saturday, January 26th a Camino Walk Information Day took place at MyPlace Midleton

Midleton St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2019 in jeopardy?

Midleton & Area Chamber and Tourist Office has been advised that there may be no St Patrick’s Day Parade in Midleton in 2019.

Cllr. Noel Collins calls for immediate action on unfinished housing estates

At the most recent meeting of the Southern Area Committee of Cork County Council, Cllr. Noel Collins raised the following motion

A big tail wag of thanks for Cork DAWG prizewinners

Last Thursday, Cork DAWG (Dog Action Welfare Group) held the draw from their Bumper Christmas Raffle with 40 prizewinners announced.

St. Aloysius’ College, Carrigtwohill lead way at BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition

There has been tremendous success for the students of St. Aloysius' College at this year's BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition!

Want to save lives at sea? Now you Can-Can!

The annual Ballycotton Lifeboat Gala Dinner at Ballymaloe House will take place on Friday, February 1st and for 2019 this annual RNLI fundraiser is taking on a Moulin Rouge theme to raise funds and awareness of our local brave lifeboat crew and station in Ballycotton.

Midleton actor & playwright set for ‘A Thousand Moments Of Extraordinary Pleasure’

A new play by Midleton’s Brendan Griffin (above, left), ‘A Thousand Moments Of Extraordinary Pleasure’ is set for Cork Arts Theatre this February. Starring Malcolm Adams (above, right), also from Midleton, the play runs from Tuesday, February 5th to Saturday, February 16th.

Green light for Greenway!

On Monday, January 14th, Cork County Council voted on the proposed greenway route between the towns of Midleton and Youghal – and, to the delight of the entire East Cork Municipal District Authority, it received a unanimous green light from the council.

East Cork co-author promotes ‘The Power of Small’

Rather than waiting for the big life-changing moments, which more often than not never happen, The Power of Small shows you how to take manageable steps to change your life, one decision at a time - emphasising self-compassion as a means to gently expand your comfort zone and open up new horizons.

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