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Archives / August 2012
31st August 2012 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork Chamber Chief Executive Conor Healy today welcomed the news that a planning application for the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh will be made in October. According to Mr. Healy, “At present, Cork does not have a stadium with the capability of hosting major sporting events. As... Read More
Cork City face Shamrock Rovers for the second time in a week, as the sides follow their FAI Cup meeting with a league clash at Turner’s Cross tomorrow. Speaking ahead of the game, Cork City boss Tommy Dunne told CorkCityFC.net that his side will be looking for the three points tomorrow night: “Looking back at... Read More
Cork County Council wishes to inform consumers that due to scheduled works, water will be off from 8pm on 30th august to 8am 31st August in the Kinsale road area, from Woodies DIY to Kinsale road roundabout. Cork County Council regrets any inconvenience caused.
Millstreet Development Group have launched a new E Centre initiative which will be opening later in the autumn as a facility to support local start-up and growing businesses in Millstreet and the surrounding region. Áine Collins TD was instrumental in bringing the idea of an E-Centre to Millstreet Development Group who were anxious to find... Read More
Four West Cork cheese makers; Milleens Cheese based in Eyeries, Gubbeen Farmhouse Products based in Schull, Durrus Farmhouse Cheese based in Coomkeen and Coolea Farmhouse Cheese named after their local village of Cúil Aodha are are to have their cheeses stocked in Tesco stores nationwide as part of the launch of the retailer’s new ‘Cheeses... Read More
County Cork **Mayor** Cllr **Barbara Murray** presented Down Syndrome **** Ireland**** with a cheque for €4,000, (Wednesday the 29th of August)* *the proceeds from “Big Bike Ride 2012”. This event, now in its third year, sees Cork County Council employees undertake a mammoth cycle to each of the local offices in ****Cork** **County****, covering up... Read More
Cllr John Buttimer, Lord Mayor Cork City says, “I would like to see progress on plans to develop an international conference and events centre for Cork. Planning permission has been granted to Heineken Ireland and BAM for their site at the former Beamish and Crawford Site on South Main Street while O’Callaghan Properties also has... Read More