Cork’s Brian Crowley MEP returns after illness

Cork’s Brian Crowley MEP returns after illness

5th August 2012 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Brian Crowley, MEP, returned to work this week, after many months’ treatment at Cork University Hospital. Brian suffered from some open wounds in his leg, which necessitated skin-graft surgery that took longer then expected. He said his stay in hospital proved a frustrating time for him, even though […]

FF appoints 2 new Local Area Representatives in Cork

Fianna Fáil has today named of two new local area representatives in Rochestown, Douglas and rural Cork South Central. The appointment of Brendan Finucane and Ray O’Mahoney is the next step in the party’s ongoing renewal strategy. 22-year-old Brendan Finucane will represent the party in the Rochestown area. He has recently graduated from UCC with […]

Cork Friendly Business Awards

Entries are open for a competition to find Cork’s Friendliest Business, It’s an annual title awarded by J-C-I Cork, in conjunction with Cork Chamber of Commerce. Whichever business wins the Cork title, is automatically entered for a National contest to find “Ireland’s Friendlist business” Last year Broderick’s Chemist on Barrack Street “went the extra mile” […]

Ryanair adds 5 routes to Cork

5 new routes are being added at Cork Airport. Ryanair will start flying to to 5 Eastern European Cities from November. Gdansk, Krakow Warsaw, Wroclaw and the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. Ryanair’s Chief Operating Officer Michael Cawley says the airline is responding to demand from Eastern European citizens who want to visit home 0802-RYANAIR-05-michael-calway-mentions-routes-for-utv.mp3

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