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In this week’s East Cork Journal we spoke to Mr Pat Hickey, who after serving 7 years as principal at Midleton CBS Secondary School, he retired last week. Pat has seen the school grow in student attendances and was the acting principal for the new

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Calls are being made to finally end traffic congestion for long suffering motorist in Little Island. Fianna Fáil Councillor Padraig O’Sullivan told the Southern Committee of Cork County Council on Monday 16 January, commuters are at their wits end. Fed up with the permanent traffic congestion in the area. The Fianna Fáil Cllr told the exec
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Midleton College and Carrigtwohill Community College both had groups enter projects into this year’s BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, which finished up on Saturday, 14 January, with the group from the Midleton post-primary school winning two awards. Cathal Mariga and George Hennessy from Midleton College, and Emma Grimes and Alice Bo
  • January 19, 2017 | 12:19 pm|
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Following the recent Bus Éireann announcement regarding the future of their Expressway Service, the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) have organised a Meeting in Youghal to discuss the proposed cuts to the Expressway Services for the Youghal and surrounding areas. Speaking this week with The East Cork Journal, local Youghal man Gerry Murray
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Representatives of Carrigtwohill United AFC presented a cheque for the proceeds raised during the club’s end-of-year charity matches to representatives of the mental health organisation GROW last Thursday, 12 January. Carrigtwohill United AFC Chairman Martin Jones presented the cheque for €550 to Finola O’Callaghan, Area Co-ordinator for GR
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Midleton CBS Secondary School has said goodbye to Principal Pat Hurley after over seven years in charge, with the school’s new Principal Maurice Keohane assuming the mantle this past Monday, 16 January. Mr Hurley called time on his career in education, which back in 1979, which included two durations at Midleton CBS, one of which say him appoin
  • January 19, 2017 | 12:17 pm|
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An East Cork School which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this April is trying to track down former pupils or residents with photographs to share, to help mark the milestone. Colaiste Muire Cobh, established in 1976 will mark the special day on Saturday 1 April. The secondary school is trying to trace past pupils, parents and staff who hav
  • January 19, 2017 | 12:15 pm|
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Doodle4Google semi-finalist 5th grade Midleton College student Alice O'Donnell.
There was great excitement at Midleton College last weekend as news broke that fifth grade student Alice O’Donnell made it to the semi-final of the Doodle4google competition. The 17 year old is fighting for her chance to have her art feature on Google’s Irish website for 24 hours. The Youghal teenager enter the national competition last Novem
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The incredible Christmas Lights Display at the Carey home in Dermot Hurley Estate, Youghal resulted in the magnificent amount raised of €4,303 which was donated to the Mercy Hospital Cancer Appeal on Monday night last. A delighted Pat and Margaret were joined by family and friends for the special presentation to Deirdre Finn, Community & Events
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The third in the Cloyne Commons 4k Winter Series will be held on Sunday, 22 January at 9.30am. Proceeds from the series will go towards the Cloyne District Community Council to assist their ongoing work in the area of Cloyne. Entry for the day is €5 per person and registration will be held in Harty’s Bar Cloyne at 8.30 am. Tommy Hartnett, Cl
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The annual Killeagh Point to Point will be held on Sunday, 15 January with kick off at 12.30pm. Crowds have been flocking to the event for over 50 years and this year organisers hope racing enthusiasts will be out in force. In previous years trainers from across the country have travelled to Killeagh for the day. Patrick Mulcahy, PRO Killeagh P
  • January 16, 2017 | 9:13 am|
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