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Passenger Numbers through Cork Airport in December were up 5% on 2011 figures, its strongest performance in 2012. Ryanair’s new Polish routes drove a 20% growth on European services. This was complemented by a 1% growth on UK-Provincial traffic. Cork Airport’s passenger traffic for the full year stood at 2.34 million, down less than 1%... Read More
Children with type 1 diabetes who normally receive four to five insulin injections daily now have access to an alternative treatment via an insulin pump and attend to a dedicated “pump school” to learn to use the device. An insulin pump is a mini computerised device, which continually infuses insulin under the skin and optimises... Read More
Labour TD for Cork South-West, Michael McCarthy, has warmly welcomed fresh figures which show strong growth in visitor numbers from Europe, North America and other long-haul routes. “This clearly shows that the Government’s tourism strategy is working, and working well. The latest CSO report has shown a 4% jump in visitor numbers to Ireland between... Read More
9th January 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork Airport has issued legal proceedings against “three privately owned unauthorised car parks operating in the environs of Cork Airport”. The professional advice provided to Cork Airport indicates that these are unauthorised developments under the Planning Acts and, despite the efforts of Cork County Council, these car... Read More
Fine Gael Senator Deirdre Clune is welcoming the further investment in Cork which was announced today. The Chinese firm Huawei is to open a new research and development centre, spread across two sites in Dublin and Cork. This development will result in the creation of 50 jobs. Huawei is a prominent global ICT brand, the... Read More