[Audio] Anti Austerity Alliance now tackling Housing

2nd July 2014, Wednesday By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie The Houshold Charge, The Property Tax, The Water Charge, and now… The Housing List: The Anti Austerity Alliance (previously known as the Socialist party) are now tackling this. The first of four public meetings across Cork and County organised by the Anti Austerity Alliance (AAA) will be […]

[Audio] Locals must be consulted about N28 says Carrigaline Cllr

1st July 2014 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The planning process for the Port of Cork’s proposed move to Ringakiddy has been criticised as being unfairly weighted against the local community. The Port wants to leave Tivoli and move all traffic to Ringaskiddy where the deeper water can accommodate modern larger ships. But in order to […]

[Audio] New Religious Tourist attraction for Cork

1st July 2014 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Planning permission has been granted for a 10 million euro tourist attraction in Cork City. It’s called Nano Nagle Place, and will celebrate the Cork born founder of the Presentation Sisters. The Sisters still have a presence across the globe from Latin America to New Zealand, and some […]

[Audio] Don’t remove motto from University Crest – say Politicians

[Audio] Don’t remove motto from University Crest – say Politicians

1st July 2014, Friday 7am By TheCork.ie Editor news@TheCork.ie A local Government TD and the Mayor of County Cork are calling on University College Cork to re-introduce it’s famous motto underneath it’s crest. TheCork.ie Reporter David O’Sullivan noticed in recent days that the famous “Where Finbarr taught let Munster learn” slogan had disappeared from the […]

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