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Bandon water charges protest march to go ahead

Pictured at a public meeting at the Deerpark Centre, Bandon to announce details of the “Bandon says no to water meters” protest march at Bandon on Saturdar, November 1st at 12pm was event organiser Denise Horgan with Bandon residents and also at the meeting was Rachel McCarthy MCC who was on hand to answer questions. The protest march shall meet at the bridge at Bandon and parade down Patricks Quay

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.

New bus route proposal for Bandon

CORK Southwest Fine Gael TD Jim Daly has received confirmation from West Cork Rural Transport that they are currently considering a new bus route around the town of Bandon to replace the previous route which was run by Martin Crowley Bus Services in the town of Bandon for 14 years.

Huge turnout for West Cork “surviving or thriving” conference in Kilmacsimon

JOB creation, developing enterprises and improving the economic landscape of West Cork were some of the main topics discussed at the West Cork Development Partnership (WCDP) forum entitled “West Cork: Surviving of Thriving?” at Kilmacsimon. The forum took an in-depth look at the current trends and statistics for West Cork and how the Region can progress.

Ní Riada calls for local focus on economic development at West Cork Conference

SINN Féin MEP for Ireland South Liadh Ní Riada today highlighted the need for a bottom-up approach to local economic development with a focus on supporting indigenous enterprise and rural diversification. Liadh Ní Riada was speaking at the West Cork Development Partnership’s economic forum in held in Kilmacsimon. The event brought together key stakeholders to discuss and debate innovation, employment and economic development on the periphery and in the regions,

Charity walk ‘Makes its Mark on Cancer’ and raises over €51K in aid of the Mercy Hospital Foundation

IN July over 630 walkers took to the road and participated in the second annual ‘Make Your Mark on Cancer’ charity walk, raising a phenomenal €51,500 in aid of the Mercy Hospital Foundation Cancer Appeal. The 22km sponsored walk took place on Sunday 13th July from The Viaduct to Bandon, with funds raised going to the planned Mercy Cancer Care Centre at Sheares Street; as well as supporting the Rapid