Cork County Mayor Urges People of Cork To Support Organ Donation Awareness Week

Cork County Mayor Urges People of Cork To Support Organ Donation Awareness Week

2 April 2016 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Mayor of Cork County Cllr. John Paul O’ Shea has today, 2nd April 2016, urged the people of Cork to sign up and support Organ Donation. Organ Donor Awareness Week 2016 takes place over the next week (2nd -9th April) and is organised by the Irish […]

SOCCER: PREVIEW: Cork City FC v Sligo Rovers

SOCCER: PREVIEW: Cork City FC v Sligo Rovers

2 April 2016 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork City travel to The Showgrounds to face Sligo Rovers on Saturday, as John Caulfield’s side look to make it three wins in a row. City have three wins from their opening four games, notching wins against Bohemians (2-0), Longford Town (6-0) and Dundalk (1-0), with their […]

Cork woman Dee Forbes is new RTE Director General

Cork woman Dee Forbes is new RTE Director General

2 April 2016 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie RTÉ has appointed Dee Forbes as Director General following a recruitment process overseen by its board. Ms Forbes is currently President and Managing Director of Discovery Networks Northern Europe, and will leave the role to become Director General of Ireland’s national public service media organisation. The Cork native […]

How is Article 43 of the Irish Constitution affecting tenants rights?

How is Article 43 of the Irish Constitution affecting tenants rights?

1 April 2016 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The Workers’ Party has concurred with outgoing Housing Minister Alan Kelly’s admission that the absolute right to private property in the constitution is a barrier to the rights of tenants but the party has said the clause in no way prevented the state from engaging in a massive […]

Acting government should proceed with publication of draft Stability Programme Update – says Cork FF TD

Acting government should proceed with publication of draft Stability Programme Update – says Cork FF TD

1 April 2016 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath (Cork South Central/Carrigaline) has called on the acting Minister for Finance to proceed with the publication of Ireland’s draft Stability Programme Update. Ireland is obliged to submit this document to the European Commission by the end of April but the Minister for […]

How many graduates of Trinity College Dublin live in Cork? More than 1,500

How many graduates of Trinity College Dublin live in Cork? More than 1,500

1 April 2016 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie 1,575 people in Cork are eligible to vote in the upcoming Trinity College Seanad Election and their votes could have a major impact on the make-up of the next Seanad, according to Independent Senator Averil Power. She has released the figures to highlight the importance of voting in […]

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