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Archives / March 2015
30 March 2015 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork-based national charity Irish Guide Dogs for The Blind is looking for volunteers in Cork to support its national campaign Guide Dog Day taking place on 1st May. On Guide Dog Day on 1st May there will be street and Tesco collections in Cork selling Guide Dog... Read More
29 February 2016 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork’s Red FM is delighted has secured additional access to, and reporting rights for all Cork GAA matches. The station had previously been permitted to enter locally hosted National League and Munster Championship fixtures, but will now receive full press accreditation for all games involving Cork GAA. The... Read More
26 March 2015 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The ‘artificial’ division of Carrigaline in two sections, for electoral reasons, is causing problems in the provision of services, especially roadworks; that’s according to a number of County Councillors. At Monday’s bi-weekly meeting of Cork County Council, many elected representatives asked the Chief Executive about the day to... Read More
25 March 2015 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie For years there were calls in Carrigaline and other boom areas for a “Town Council”; a form of local Government that was closest to the people. Those hopes were dashed last year when Town Councils were abolished. There had been 80 nationally, of which 12 were in... Read More
24 March 2015 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie It appears that Cork City Council and Cork County Council will merge, and it will happen in the next 4 years. That means the local election of 2014 could have been the last where there were two authorities. Yesterday, there was a presentation for County Councillors in... Read More