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lunchmcpol 
 EE socials 19/11/2016.
Ten Year Anniversary lunch at The Clarion Hotel on November 19th. The Emer Casey Foundation is a Cork based ovarian cancer charity which has worked to spread awareness of ovarian cancer as well as improving research and medical care for the past ten years.
McPolin family ladies; (front five) Jean, Emily, Pauline, Sarah and Aoife with (rear 5) Crena, Terri, Grace and Lucy at the lunch.
Pic; Larry Cummins
agneshurley 
 EEjob 15/10/2016
Echo Sport.
SE Systems Senior A Camogie Championship, Milford V's St. Catherines at Castle Road, Mahon, Cork.
Deirdre Hayes, Milford, Aoife Hurley, St. Catherines.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
horse-and-cart 
 The Guileen Coast Life Rescue Crew at Roches Point following the wreck of the liner Celtic 12/12/28 - ref. 264a

down memory lane - Black and white - please archive
Ger-Goold-Cork-Chamber-dinner 
 Ger Goold, Denise Sidhu, Jayne Brady and Allen Martin from Kernel Capital at the Cork Chamber dinner on Tuesday. Photograph Moya Nolan
Evan-O Driscoll 
 Cork Schoolboys League: Blackwater Motors U12 Division 4: Lakewood A v Rockmount A, at Lakewood, Ovens On Saturday 5th November 2016.
Evan O'Driscoll, Lakewood in action against Rockmount.
(Rockmount players not assigned numbers correctly on team sheet)
Pic; Larry Cummins
baby-show 
 IRISH EXAMINER - 100 YEARS OF NEWS
PICTURES FROM BOOK
YEAR: 1951

PLEASE ARCHIVE - BABY SHOW AT CITY HALL, CORK - OCTOBER 4TH, 1951 SEATED IN CENTRE IS THE LADY MAYORESS - MRS. W. FURLONG- REF. 212E

DOWN MEMORY LANE - BLACK AND WHITE
emma-daly 
 EEjob 28/10/2016 Sport 
Alianz Sciath na Scol Chorcaí finals held in CIT Friday 28th October:
Rionn DGF2 Glenntán (Glounthaune) v Innishannon (Scoil Eoin).
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Celebrations from Glounthaune’s Captains, and Vice Captains, Emma Daly, Ella Collins Aimeé Collins and Aoibhinn Drummey.
	
 Picture: Ger Bonus
podge2 
 EEXXjob 30/10/2016
Echo Sport/Irish Examiner.
Cork County Intermediate Hurling Championship 2016 Final Replay, Fr. O'Neills V's Kildorrery, at Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork.
Podge Butler, Fr. O'Neills, William Tuohy, Kildorrery.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
podgebutler1 
 EEXXjob 30/10/2016
Echo Sport/Irish Examiner.
Cork County Intermediate Hurling Championship 2016 Final Replay, Fr. O'Neills V's Kildorrery, at Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork.
Ger Lane, Chairman Cork County Board, presents Joint Fr. O'Neills Captains, Adrian Kenneally and Podge Butler, with the Cup after their win against Kildorrery.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
butlerpodge 
 EEXXjob 17/10/2016
Echo News/Irish Examiner.
UCC Conferrings, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (BComm Hons), at UCC, Cork.
Jennifer Lane, Rathcormac, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (BComm Hons) with her mum Teresa and dad Ger Lane, Chairman Cork County Gaa Board.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
butler 
 EEXXjob 17/10/2016
Echo News/Irish Examiner.
UCC Conferrings, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (BComm Hons), at UCC, Cork.
Jennifer Lane, Rathcormac, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (BComm Hons) with her mum Teresa and dad Ger Lane, Chairman Cork County Gaa Board.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
cbc 
 IE EE LIVE SPORT 25/10/2016 ... 
CBC's Séadhna Ó Deasmhúnaigh shoots goalwards past Scoil Mhuire Fatima's Matthew Unsunobun in the Roinn Urban final in the Allianz Sciath na Scol Chorcaí Festival of Football Finals at Pairc Ui Rinn. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.
Video with this.
muldoon 
 Evening Echo sports 24-08-2016 Junior division player of the season Kevin Muldoon, Aunties.
At the Kiln Murphy's Brewery Cork, for the presentation of the Cork Darts Organisation annual awards were from left, Sean Leahy, acting chairman, Jim Cashman, Heineken Ireland, Robbie O'Donovan who made the presentations and Michael O'Connell, President of the CDO.
Picture Dan Linehan
slevin 
 30th September 2016.... Carrigaline United's Rob Slevin goes past Leeside's Calvin O'Callaghan during the MSL first division game at Ballea park 
Picture: Eddie O'Hare
stephanie 
 (right) Teresa Creagh - she is on the far right of the cover photo of the 2011 Hollybough, with glasses and headscarf, her mouth obscured. Teresa pictured with her daughter Stephanie Bergin at home on the Douglas Road.
Pic; Larry Cummins,
Evening Echo staff
roisin-2 
 DC 14/10/2016 - REPRO FREE
FREE PIC
Roisin McCarthy, aged 6, from Kinsale, modelling for The Village Hall picks her outfit at the ReLove Fashion Show at the Village Hall in Cork city, part of the National Reuse Month events in Cork.
Pic: Diane Cusack
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Fabulous fashion & lifestyle shows from Cork’s Reuse & Pre-loved Sector
Cork was the centre of style on Friday and Saturday when the fabulous clothing and homeware offerings from the vintage, charity and upcycling outlets were showcased at a ReLove Fashion Show at the Village Hall and a display at St. Peter’s Exhibition Centre to celebrate National Reuse Month.
Designers & retailers from Cork who showed off their style on Friday night included Barnardos, Miss Daisy Blue, Mercury Goes Retrograde, Oxfam, The Village Hall and Isobel Ru. 
The event was held at The Village Hall, St. Patrick’s Quay and commenced with Music from Jon Hicks & Cornelia Keating and delicious canapés form the Opera House Café. The effervescent Candy Warhol was the compere but the stars of the show were the wonderful models, all volunteers, and the beautifully stylish clothing. 
 “There are many events happening across the country for National Reuse Month but this is one which showed brilliantly show how stylish and unique you can look by shopping in Cork’s reuse sector,” explained Pauline McDonogh, Prevention Officer with the Southern Region Waste Management Office.
“There is a wide variety of choice from stunning upcycled accessories to retro suits for men and looks for the office or the races from both vintage and charity shops that are bound to open your eyes to a whole new world of shopping the only difference is its not new says Bernie Connolly of Cork Environmental Forum.”
On Saturday St. Peter’s Exhibition Centre hosted a lovely lifestyle event with over 650 people passing through to this lifestyle and homeware event. Exhibitors included Deaf Enterprises, who offer a wonderful upholstery service, Back”New and upcyling design initiative, Funky Junk Couture from Carrigaline, the work of students from the Furniture and Restoration course at St. Johns central Colege, Louise Harrington Patchwork, The Eclectic Attic & . 
The event’s aim was to encourage people to also shop the reuse sector when looking to update furniture and home textiles deriving inspiration from the exhibition of upcycled and repurposed furniture and household goods available from these and other social enterprises, colleges and interior shops from Cork. 
Both events were supported by Cork City Council, the Cork Environmental Forum and the Southern Region Waste Management Office. 
National Reuse Month is a new waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials that would otherwise go to waste.
By reusing items, we reduce the volume of waste being discarded while also conserving natural resources, energy and water. Reusing items also offers significant economic benefits by creating jobs and boosting the circular economy
For full details of events happening all over the country during National Reuse Month, check out your Local Authority’s website or www.southernwasteregion.ie
Ends
For any comment or further information contact 
Pauline McDonogh
Prevention Officer
Southern Region Waste Management Office
Tel: 061 496844/0872755538
www.srwmo.ie
roisin-1 
 DC 14/10/2016 - REPRO FREE
FREE PIC
Roisin McCarthy, aged 6, from Kinsale, modelling for The Village Hall picks her outfit at the ReLove Fashion Show at the Village Hall in Cork city, part of the National Reuse Month events in Cork.
Pic: Diane Cusack
.
Fabulous fashion & lifestyle shows from Cork’s Reuse & Pre-loved Sector
Cork was the centre of style on Friday and Saturday when the fabulous clothing and homeware offerings from the vintage, charity and upcycling outlets were showcased at a ReLove Fashion Show at the Village Hall and a display at St. Peter’s Exhibition Centre to celebrate National Reuse Month.
Designers & retailers from Cork who showed off their style on Friday night included Barnardos, Miss Daisy Blue, Mercury Goes Retrograde, Oxfam, The Village Hall and Isobel Ru. 
The event was held at The Village Hall, St. Patrick’s Quay and commenced with Music from Jon Hicks & Cornelia Keating and delicious canapés form the Opera House Café. The effervescent Candy Warhol was the compere but the stars of the show were the wonderful models, all volunteers, and the beautifully stylish clothing. 
 “There are many events happening across the country for National Reuse Month but this is one which showed brilliantly show how stylish and unique you can look by shopping in Cork’s reuse sector,” explained Pauline McDonogh, Prevention Officer with the Southern Region Waste Management Office.
“There is a wide variety of choice from stunning upcycled accessories to retro suits for men and looks for the office or the races from both vintage and charity shops that are bound to open your eyes to a whole new world of shopping the only difference is its not new says Bernie Connolly of Cork Environmental Forum.”
On Saturday St. Peter’s Exhibition Centre hosted a lovely lifestyle event with over 650 people passing through to this lifestyle and homeware event. Exhibitors included Deaf Enterprises, who offer a wonderful upholstery service, Back”New and upcyling design initiative, Funky Junk Couture from Carrigaline, the work of students from the Furniture and Restoration course at St. Johns central Colege, Louise Harrington Patchwork, The Eclectic Attic & . 
The event’s aim was to encourage people to also shop the reuse sector when looking to update furniture and home textiles deriving inspiration from the exhibition of upcycled and repurposed furniture and household goods available from these and other social enterprises, colleges and interior shops from Cork. 
Both events were supported by Cork City Council, the Cork Environmental Forum and the Southern Region Waste Management Office. 
National Reuse Month is a new waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials that would otherwise go to waste.
By reusing items, we reduce the volume of waste being discarded while also conserving natural resources, energy and water. Reusing items also offers significant economic benefits by creating jobs and boosting the circular economy
For full details of events happening all over the country during National Reuse Month, check out your Local Authority’s website or www.southernwasteregion.ie
Ends
For any comment or further information contact 
Pauline McDonogh
Prevention Officer
Southern Region Waste Management Office
Tel: 061 496844/0872755538
www.srwmo.ie
stations-of-the-cross 
 Children's Stations of the Cross, starring Owen O'Grady from Douglas as Jesus, making their way down the aisle in St Mary's, Popes Quay
Picture: Richard Mills
Bobby-Walker 
 Pic; Larry Cummins, EE sport.
ORIEL HOUSE HOTEL U13 DIVISION 4 LEAGUE: KILREEN CELTIC VS MAYFIELD UNITED at BALLYPHEHANE PARK, Cork.
Mayfield United defender Eoin O'Sulliavn makes a crucial tackle to stop a shot by Bobby Walker, Kilreen Celtic.
jimmybarrymurphy 
 CORK V KILKENNY - JIMMY BARRY-MURPHY 03/09/1978 - ALL-IRELAND HURLING FINAL - REF. 220/266 HURLING FINAL 78 CORK V KILKENNY 78 HURLING BLACK AND WHITE

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