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Fatal accident at Kilcrohane

GARDAÍ in Bantry are investigating a fatal road traffic collision which occurred in Kilcrohane at approximately 8.05pm on Thursday nigh, October 23rd. An 82 year old male pedestrian was struck by a car and was taken to Cork University Hospital and pronounced dead a shortly before midnight. The road was closed to facilitate a Garda forensic examination and local diversions were put in place. Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to contact Bantry Garda Station on 027 20860, the Garda Confidential

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Safety report to be carried out on Schull Road walkway, Skibbereen

Fine Gael TD for Cork South West Jim Daly has received confirmation from the National Roads Authority that a safety report is to be carried out in relation to the condition of the popular walkway located on the Schull Road, Skibbereen. The NRA has requested Cork County Council to investigate and report to their office as soon as possible in relation to the safety standards for pedestrian users. Jim Daly said he has been making on-going efforts and representations for

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New book from Bandon author

PROJECT CODE-X: Beta to Psi is a new novel published by Sarah Robinson, a Bandon author, under the pen name S.J. Robinson. Beta to Psi is a mystery thriller and it is the first part of an exciting trilogy of fiction, under the umbrella name of PROJECT CODE-X. Set in the future, the trilogy of books tells the story of Rebeka Taft, a young scientist, who has begun working on a top secret scientific project for the Yuropian Government called

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Carrigboy News

Carrigboy mini sevens had a very enjoyable outing against Kealkill NS and Adrigole NS  in Kealkill last week. The boys’ team lost out to Kealkill after a great game. The girls’ team qualified for the next round of the competition after two great performances. Thanks to Darren Stock and Joe O’Driscoll for training our teams. Last week was also maths week in Carrigboy. Every class took part in various maths puzzles set by Ms Matilda and their online challenges. 3rd