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Bandon water infrastructure projects finally to go ahead

IRISH Water, working in partnership with Cork County Council are set to progress the Bandon Water Main and Sewer Network projects it has been announced. The project represents an investment of €7 million and is a merger of the previously named Bandon Sewerage Collection Scheme and the new Bandon Water Main Rehabilitation project. It will also allow for the provision of storm water network in areas of overlap with the

E Bandon Enterprise Centre offers cost effective and convenient office space for businesses

E Bandon Enterprise Centre, funded and supported by Cork County Council, Bandon Chamber of Commerce and Bandon Credit Union, boasts office space and meeting/training facilities for start ups and expanding businesses in the Bandon area. Centrally located in South Main Street, E-Bandon enables companies to develop and grow in dedicated office space, with a variety of desk and office configurations. The aim of the ECentre is to provide a flexible

Kilmacsimon RC notes

Club of the Day at Fourth SWCYRA Championship This year’s fourth SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 12th July, in Castletownshend. Crowds gathered in this lovely venue to watch teams compete in the penultimate championship. Kilmacsimon crews kept the winning streak up, finishing the day with 7 Gold Medals; 5 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

Kilmacsimon Rowing Club notes

Club of the Day at Third SWCYRA Championship This year’s third SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 5th July, in Union Hall. Crowds gathered on the pier to watch as teams from West Cork battled for their place in the Championship. Kilmacsimon crews were more accustomed to the calm conditions of Union Hall, bringing home 7 Gold Medals; 5 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

Kilmacsimon Rowing Club notes

Club of the Day at Third SWCYRA Championship This year’s third SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 5th July, in Union Hall. Crowds gathered on the pier to watch as teams from West Cork battled for their place in the Championship. Kilmacsimon crews were more accustomed to the calm conditions of Union Hall, bringing home 7 Gold Medals; 5 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

West Cork pensioners hit by “punitive levy” claims councillor

FIANNA Fáil councillor Margaret Murphy O’Mahony has pointed out what she claims is the unfair pension levy has stripped another €140m out of private pension pots this week despite the fact that it was supposed to be abolished last year. In all the government has raided private pension funds to the tune of €2.3bn over the last four years.

SNAs left in the dark about future at County Cork schools

SPECIAL Needs Assistants at some schools in west Cork are still waiting to find out if they will have a job to go back to in September, according to Fianna Fáil councillor Margaret Murphy O’Mahony. Cllr Murphy O’Mahony said Fianna Fáil is aware that there has been a significant delay in informing SNAs that they will soon be out of a job due to changes to the number of pupils with

Margaret Murphy O’Mahony relishing electoral challenge

by John Bohane MARGARET Murphy O’Mahony who successfully secured the Fianna Fáil nomination to run in the next general election in the Cork South West constituency is still basking in her recent success secured at the party’s convention. The county councillor successfully held off a valiant fight from Gillian Coughlan, which propels the Bandon native firmly into contention to win a seat at the next general election.

Kilmacsimon Rowing Club Notes

Second 2015 SWCYRA Championship This year’s second SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 28th June, in Glandore. Glandore is a great host to the races, with a prime viewing spot over the course. Races kicked off at 12pm, with live music following the last race. Kilmacsimon crews didn’t let the rough water conditions deter them, bringing home 7 Gold Medals; 4 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

Carers honoured by the Bandon Red Cross

TEN local carers were recognised recently by the Bandon Branch of the Irish Red Cross for their commitment, support and care for a loved one at a special awards ceremony held in the Munster Arms Hotel. More than 100 people attended the ceremony which included special guests Denis Hayes and his family, the Mayor of Cork County Cllr Alan Coleman, Chair of the Bandon/ Kinsale Municipal District Cllr Kevin Murphy