Millstreet’s “Michelangelo” on Bastille Day 2011!

On this, France's National Holiday, 14th July 2011 "Bastille Day", we view Millstreet's "Michelangelo", Pádraig Forde, at work in St. Patrick's Church, Millstreet today adding exquisite finishing touches to the superb overall painting project in our Parish Church.

Warm Welcome for Kilmeedy Visitors

Margaret Kelleher of Minor Row, Millstreet (5th from left) extends a warm welcome at Nibbles Food Emporium in West End to Kilmeedy natives who were visiting Millstreet this morning. From left: Ted and Josephine Kelleher of Macroom; Denise Kelleher of Killavullen and Limerick; Eileen and Denis Kelleher of Limerick. Ted and Denis are nephews of the late Joan Kavanagh of Pound Hill, Millstreet. Their late father, Michael, was a brother of Joan. (S.R.)

Results & Fixtures 14th July 2011

* Kanturk Credit Union JAFC Results: Lyre 1-13, Millstreet 1-08
* Junior B Football League Final – Group 2: Freemount 1-11, St Johns 1-06

GAA Fixtures:
* JBHL @ Kilbrin, 8pm: Kilbrin v Millstreet. Thursday, July 14
* Saturday, 16 July Humphrey Kelleher U15 Tournament: Finals at Millstreet 2:30pm (Plate) and 3:30pm (Championship) (full details below)
* Sunday, 17 July: U21HC @ Millstreet, 6pm: Banteer v Millstreet ET if needed

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Regional Report 1072 – 12th July 2011

Regional report 1072, by Eily Buckley

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1072 from Millstreet.

Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this lovely calm and warm Tuesday morning.

Wednesday night of next week July 20th will see the screening of the  Irish Premier of the “Forgotten Maggies.” on Irish Television. The Director and producer is none other than our own Steven O’Riordan.

Telling the story of the women who suffered in the Laundries and Institutions around the country, this documentary received outstanding reviews both at the Galway Festival in 2009, and  a standing ovation at the Canter Film Centre, New York where it was hailed  a compelling, brave and honest piece of work. [read more …] “Regional Report 1072 – 12th July 2011”