Millstreet in the News – 3rd May 2014

Vote for people not the political party– politicians are feeling the unmerciful wrath while they try their best to campaign for not just one election, but two | Joanne O’Riordan in the Irish Examiner (5th May)

Penne Pasta Primavera (or How to use up leftover veg!) – part of the Food Dudes healthy eating programme in our primary schools | St.Brendan’s Blog (3rd May)

Welcome Day for all prospective students at St.Brendan’s NS Rathcoole May is on 30th | St.Brendan’s Blog (2nd May)

Ireland’s Highest Pub – “The Top of Coom” has reopened after being burned to the ground in May 2012. Lady of the house Eileen Creedon hails from Mushera | The Kerryman  (2nd May) [also Irish Examiner , Examiner (March 5th), West Cork Times]

An anonymous donation of €16,000 in old money (£ punts) was found behind statue in St.Patrick’s, and been added to the Church Restoration Fund | Irish Catholic (2nd May) [also ]

Dramatic Funnel Cloud spotted near Millstreet – A rare cloud funnel formation was spotted in Cork on Sunday evening – | (30th April) [also see all the photos / video we have on the event]

Monument in memory of Brian Boru’s Brother – ONE of the significant families in Irish history were remembered by Kilcorney Heritage Group in a commemorative event that recalled the death of Brian Boru’s elder brother, King Mahon, the then leader of the Dál Cais | The Corkman (29th April)

Remembering those who lost lives for independence – Millstreet marked the 1916 Easter Rising and those involved in the War of Independence at an impressive ceremony in the Town Square on Easter Sunday. | The Corkman (29th April)

MonsterMac: Another adventure race success for Skibbereen’s Claire O’Donovan | Southern Star (29th April)

Very interesting “Family Pods” located neat the Kerryman’s Table | Kerry Echo (29th April)

Results of the Munster Mountain Running Association (MMRA) Claragh Mountain Trail Race | Cork Running Blog (28th April)

Selfies, Messi and my 18th birthday | Joanne O’Riordan in the Irish Examiner (28th April)

News articles will be added on top when they become available. Please let us know if there’s a news article we should know about

Apologies that this column “Millstreet in the News” has not been published – due to a lack of time on my part – michael


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