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Archives / April 2014
16th April 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Acting Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan says she is “very confident” that people trust in the force can be rebuilt. Commissioner O’Sullivan was speaking in Cork today where she visited a number of community initiatives on the Northside of the City in Knocknaheeney and Gurranabraher She admitted... Read More
16th April 2014 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork County Council is to review inappropriate speed limits, and a target will be SOME rural roads where the default 80 kilometres is too fast. The Department of Transport’s “Speed limit review Body” published a NATIONAL report last November, and here in Cork… the County Council is set... Read More
15th April 2014, Tuesday By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Excitement is building for the Heineken Cup Semi Final on Sunday the 27th in Marseille, Toulon versus Munster. Cork Airport is operating extra charter and scheduled flights to the French City for Munster fans. Dawson Travel, Lee Travel and Killester Travel are operating charterered flight and... Read More
14th April 2014, Monday By Bryan T. Smyth, bryan@TheCork.ie bryan@TheCork.ie A West Cork County Councillor says the Failte Ireland “Wild Atlantic Way” driving route is in jeopardy because of the poor state of roads. The route is designed to encourage visitors into the small towns and villages in scenic areas from Kinsale to Donegal. Last... Read More
14th April 2014, Monday By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie A U-S Navy Ship on a goodwill tour will remain docked in Cobh until Friday. The US- Leyte Gulf arrived over the weekend. The US Embassy says the port visit is designed to “strengthen maritime partnerships” between the US and European nations The ship is based in... Read More