Monthly Archives: July 2010

Crosshaven Playground of the Rich by Annette J Dunlea

Crosshaven: Playground of The Rich by Annette J Dunlea Published in The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 31st July 2010 p.9 The coastal village of Crosshaven was once a health spa where people came from all over the country for rest and relaxation. … Continue reading

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West Cork Literary Festival

West Cork Literary Festival by Annette J Dunlea (Cork Author)     The 12th West Cork Literary Festival will be hosted in Bantry from 4th – 10th July 2010. It is one of Ireland’s most important literary events. This year sees … Continue reading

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Cork Opera House : In Financial Crisis

Cork Opera House: In Financial Crisis by Annette J Dunlea         Our current opera house was designed by Scott Tallon Walker. This new 1,000 seat auditorium holds all types of performances: opera, theatre, musical, family shows, musicials, dance show, … Continue reading

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Building Energy Rating

Building Energy Rating by Annette J Dunlea         The BER cert will measure how much energy and carbon your house will use or produce over a given year. From 1st Jan 2009 all residential property for sale or rent … Continue reading

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Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimers Disease : The Facts by Annette J Dunlea (Cork Author)                  Alzheimers is a fatal and progressive brain disorder, for which there is no cure. Careful management of the patient is needed as it is a degenerative disease. It … Continue reading

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Cork Profile Annette Dunlea Writer

Annette Dunlea: Writer by Eoin Whelton in The Cork Independent Newspaper 15th July 2010 p.34 Name: Annette Dunlea Occupation: Writer, Novelist Location: Carrigaline. Co.Cork (Building a new house in Myrtleville) Favourite thing about Cork: the culture and the friendliness Least … Continue reading

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