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Archives / February 2011
According to Cork City Council the natural cycle of High Tides for the following days is predicted as follows : Saturday 19th February 2011 06.04 18.24 Sunday 20th February 2011 06.47 19.06 A tidal surge & strong south to south easterly winds are predicted for Sunday morning. These factors combined will increase the tide levels... Read More
Cork City are pleased to announce the signing of Derek O’Brien. O’Brien, 31, joins the club from Galway United, and has also had previous spells with St. Patrick’s Athletic and Sligo Rovers. The winger, who signed for the club this morning, said he is pleased to have signed: “Being from Kerry, Cork City is a... Read More
Cork County Council has today (14th February 2011) awarded a total of €156,700 under the Arts Grant Scheme 2011. The grants have been given to 87 different groups and individual artists in County Cork. Welcoming the allocations, Cllr. John Paul O’ Shea (Ind) said “the commitment of Cork County Council to allocate grants to these... Read More
Cork City will be in competitive action for the first time in 2011, as they take on Waterford United at the RSC on Sunday in the Munster Senior Cup. City boss Tommy Dunne, already without long-term injury Stephen Mulcahy (groin) who is sidelined until April, must plan for the fixture without the services of Greg... Read More
Re-alignment works on the N72 (Mallow – Fermoy Road via Castletownroche), known locally as Carrig has been approved at this week’s Area Roads Meeting of Cork County Council. With over €850,00 allocated for this project in 2011, works are to commence immediately. Welcoming the news, Indepedent Cllr. John Paul O’ Shea, who is chairman of... Read More
In Cork, the canvassers are out, and the political promises have started flowing… Former Lord Mayor Dara Murphy is running for Fine Gael in Cork North Central He says if Fine Gael are in power after the election then St Mary’s Orthopedic Hospital on the Northside of Cork City will stay open, and indeed will... Read More