Millstreet in the News – 7th January 2014

Photo: Áine Collins was in Brussels to meet with Marcos Sefcovic, European Commissioner for Inter-Institutional Relations and Administration (7th Jan)

Barcelona cracks not visible at Camp Nou: Joanne O’Riordan predicts the UEFA Champions League (6th Jan)

We may all be equal in eyes of God… The Irish Independent has used an image of Drishane Castle as a background for some of Ireland’s bankrupt developers, claiming they trusted in God like they trusted in Anglo. But Drishane closed as a convent in the 1990s … so where’s the link (6th Jan)

EPS supports local groups and industries to increase energy efficiency in a variety of wastewater energy efficiency projects, with the SEAI through the 2013 Community Grant Scheme, a number of which are in the Millstreet area (Jan 2nd)

The great birthday party crux – Áine Collins is one of a number of parents asked about birthday parties for children these days (2nd Jan)

Glory for Camogie Girls: John Tarrant reports on how our U16 Camogie team took won the county (2nd Jan)

Community out in force for Millstreet fun walk: The wind and rain abated, to allow a hugely successful inaugural Millstreet GAA Fun Walk/Run on St Stephens Day (2nd Jan)

New Asthanga Yoga / Infinite Thai Chi and Chi Kung classes starting in the Cannon O’Donovan Centre from Jan 22nd (1st Jan)

Coursing: Eoin the favourite for North Cork Cup: a preview of the Millstreet Coursing Meet which takes place on Jan 3rd & 4th in the Town Park (1st Jan)

Music: listen to DJ Carl Cox – Live @ the Spring Party, Millstreet, back in 2002 (1hr 50mins)

2013: a year of highs and lows: Joanne O’Riordan lists her moments of the year in her column in the Irish Examiner (30th Dec)


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