[Video] Aer Lingus cabin crew picket Cork

30th May 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Around 30 airline staff are picketing the Roundabout outside Cork Airport to highlight their greviences with Aer Lingus. Cabin crew are unhappy with rosters, and pickets are also happening at Dublin and Shannon since this morning. The cabin crew have been joined by some pilots who support […]

Sherlock fans speculation about Labour role

29th May 2014 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Was Seán Sherlock in Cork today? yes he was. The Junior Minister made a swift visit to Ringaskiddy. Mr Sherlock could be the next Deputy Labour Leader. The Minister of state officiated at an event to formally switch on Johnson & Johnson’s two wind turbines in Cork’s lower […]

Cork survey confirms joining gym good for mood

28th May 2014 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie If life is getting you down it is time to head to the gym! The findings of a new lifestyle survey which examines the health of Cork shows a whopping 95.5% of residents find exercise relieves stress. The survey, conducted on behalf of leading health and fitness club […]

Cork based Consular corps arranges car deal for Diplomats and Consuls

Cork based Consular corps arranges car deal for Diplomats and Consuls

24th May 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Ireland: The organisation that represents Honorary Consuls in Ireland has announced its intention to sign heads of agreement with specific motor brands that offer its members incentives to become owners. Ireland Consular Corps is the organisation that represents close to 200 Honorary Consuls and their partners in […]

City Council finds money for Shandon Clock repairs

22nd May 2014 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie There were articles galore and it was the talk of the town; The Shandon Clock was stuck/broken for months. €40,000 was needed, and the cash strapped City Council said the 2014 budget was spoken for. But following media pressure money was somehow found! Cork City Council wishes to […]

[Audio] Finance Minster visits Cork and welcomes credit rating

[Audio] Finance Minster visits Cork and welcomes credit rating

20th May 2014, Tuesday By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Photo: Charleville, Co Cork Minister for Finance Michael Noonan canvasses with Senator Deirdre Clune who is running in the European Elections.  The Minister for Finance has welcomed an improvement in Ireland’s credit rating. Moody’s announced just before the weekend that it is moving the state up by […]

Northside GP concerned about Medical Card Cutbacks

Northside GP concerned about Medical Card Cutbacks

17th May 2014 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil local election candidate in Cork City North Central, Dr John Sheehan – affectionately known locally as “The Doctor” – has expressed his shock at figures which reveal that since 2012 the number of discretionary medical cards or GP visit cards in Cork City North have dropped […]

[Audio] Taoiseach distances Govt from Shandon Clock repair bill

17th May 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork will not get any extra money from the Government to fix the famous Shandon Clock on the Northside of Cork City.. The Taoiseach says the responsibility for repairing it rests with the City Council The so called “four faced liar” named so because it’s clocks never […]

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