Promotion for Cork based EMC boss

6th May 2014 By Elaine Murphy EMC, the US multinational that employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has announced that company executive, Bob Savage, will now lead EMC’s Centre of Excellence (COE) operations across Europe, Middle East and Africa. In his new role, Savage will oversee two key strategic COEs in Russia and […]

[Video] 350 new jobs in VoxPro Cork

2nd May 2014 By David O’Sullivan Good news for jobseekers in Cork. VoxPro in Mahon and Blackrock are recruiting. 350 positions in their call and contact centre. VoxPro handles phone calls and internet based customer support for organisations including Google and Nest. The Taoiseach visited the Cork headquartered company earlier to make the jobs […]

[Audio] New CEO for Cork Business Association

3rd May 2014 By Bryan Smyth The Cork Business Association has a new C-E-O. Lawrence Owens is taking over from Donal Healy; who recently retired having served seven years. Lawrence has a long association with CBA, and has been involved with the retail trade for over 35 years: working his way up in Roches […]

[Audio] Cork schools to benefit from Summer works scheme

2nd May 2014 By Bryan Smyth 48 schools in Cork will benefit from refurbishment works over the summer being paid for by the Department of Education. It’s called the “Summer works scheme”. The schools which will benefit from Round 2 have been announced. The majority of work will be refurbishing toilets and roofs. The […]

[Audio] People power saves Northside bus route

1st April 2014 By Tom O’Sullivan & Bryan Smyth & The 8-month campaign to restore a “full bus service” to the Glen, Blackpool and Dublin Hill has succeeded! More than 40 residents met last night in the Glen Resource Centre. They voted by an overwhelming majority to accept proposals from the National Transport […]

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