By-laws could kill Farmers’ markets

By-laws could kill Farmers’ markets

4 December 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie The Green Party in Cork has called on Cork County Council to re-think bye-laws being introduced by that it says will make life more difficult for farmers’ markets. Under the new by-laws, sites where trading is allowed are being restricted, which will reduce the number of stalls that […]

When will flights from Cork Airport to Boston USA begin?

When will flights from Cork Airport to Boston USA begin?

3 December 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie Cork Airport is celebrating today following the long-awaited announcement overnight that the US Department of Transportation has granted a licence to Norwegian Air International to operate the first direct transatlantic flights between Cork and the United States. Norwegian plans to launch with a new Cork-Boston service and is […]

€150,000 investment fund allocated as Local Enterprise Offices announce Cork’s Best Young Entrepreneurs

€150,000 investment fund allocated as Local Enterprise Offices announce Cork’s Best Young Entrepreneurs

  02 December 2016 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork’s ‘Best Young Entrepreneurs’ were named at an awards ceremony hosted by Cork’s three Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) on Thursday, December 1st in County Hall, Cork. The winners were chosen from 45 finalists, shortlisted from almost 190 applicants in the competition which was launched this autumn by […]

Little Island firm – Rossmore Civils – gets a ‘like’ from Facebook

Little Island firm – Rossmore Civils – gets a ‘like’ from Facebook

1 December 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie When Little Island-based civil engineering contractor, Rossmore Civils was contracted to carry out site development and access road works at Facebook’s new data centre at Clonee, they put their latest Komatsu machines to the task. Recently, the company invested in its 30-strong fleet of Komatsu units with the […]

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