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20 January 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Unlike the thrill you might get from buying a new pair of shoes or booking a holiday, Car Insurance isn’t exactly an exciting purchase, however it is something required by law. The painful truth is that you don’t actually see the benefits from insurance unless you are unlucky... Read More
20 January 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie €56,000 Drugs Seized and Three Arrests, Cork City Gardaí have arrested three men and seized €56,000 worth of Diamorphine as part of an ongoing investigation targeting individuals involved in the sale and supply of drugs, in Cork city yesterday afternoon, Wednesday 19th January 2022. At 5.20pm yesterday, Gardaí... Read More
20 January 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Managing Director of Cork based Accord Healthcare, Padraic O’Brien appointed Chairperson of Medicines for Ireland Medicines for Ireland (MFI) is a lobby group made up of various interests including Irish pharma firms – including Bantry’s Rowa Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Clonmel Healthcare, and generic giant Pinewood Healthcare. MFI has recently... Read More
19 January 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Minister Madigan praises ‘state of the art’ special education facilities at the newly opened Carrigaline Community Special School (which is located at Bridgemount, and is not to be confused with the nearby but longer established Carrigaline Community School) Minister of State for Special Education and Inclusion, Josepha Madigan, visited the... Read More
19 January 2022 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie January is a month full of new intentions and goals for the year ahead and for a lot of us, it also starts out with budgeting and setting out a plan on how best to spend and save our money. As the overall cost of living continues to... Read More
19 January 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork TD raises cycling infrastructure disparity in Oireachtas Housing Committee Sinn Fein TD for Cork North Central, Thomas Gould, raised issues with cycling infrastructure and accessibility in the Oireachtas Housing Committee session on Transport-Oriented Development. Witnesses included the Cork Cycling Campaign. Deputy Gould said: “I was delighted that... Read More