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County Mayor welcomes Cityjet Cork to London City flights that commence this week  

THE Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr John Paul O’Shea has this week welcomed the commencement of the CityJet Cork-London City flights from Cork Airport. Welcoming the Cork to London City service, Mayor O’ Shea said, “This new service which commences this Thursday from Cork Airport offers the people of Cork a direct flight into the heart of London city within one hour.

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Ludgate@Skibbereen Wins €50,000 in funding to support digital community initiatives

Ludgate@Skibbereen are proud to announce that they are the lucky recipients of a €50,000 fund through the REDZ (Rural Economic Development Zones) pilot scheme via the Economic Development of Rural Areas (CEDRA) fund. Ann Phelan, TD Minister of State for Rural Affairs announced the €3,758,479 in funding on Tuesday for the REDZ pilot scheme where recipients were selected on a competitive basis. This pilot is a result of the work of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas

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Little festival with a big feel good factor

As the ‘LittleThings’ mental health campaign has highlighted, it’s the little things that can make a big difference to how we feel on an everyday basis. From healthy eating and exercise to social interaction and creative activities; these are just some of the things that can help us all cope better with life’s ups and downs. Depression affects one in ten people in Ireland at any one time.

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Centra Calls on West Cork to Walk the World for Breast Cancer

THIS October, Centra retailers are urging the people of West Cork to put on their runners and take to the streets for Centra’s Walk the World initiative. Ireland’s leading convenience retailer aims to get thousands of people to collectively walk 40,075km, the circumference of the earth, on Saturday, October 17th and several Centra stores in West Cork, among 38 across the county will be hosting walks to help raise much needed funds for the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer