What Are the Top Options for Gambling in Cork?

What Are the Top Options for Gambling in Cork?

31 January 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Sláinte is táinte. What do you do when you’re in the beautiful city of Cork and have already spent plenty of days wandering around Blarney Castle, kissed the Blarney Stone endless times, and toured the Jameson factory to learn about the distilling of world-renowned whiskey? Cork is a […]

3 MINUTE PUBLIC SPEAKING: World’s largest science COMMUNICATION competition takes place in Cork today

3 MINUTE PUBLIC SPEAKING: World’s largest science COMMUNICATION competition takes place in Cork today

31 January 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie When: Wednesday 31 January 2018, 8pm Where: Triskel Arts Centre, 8pm Tickets: Free, booking recommended Anyone with an interest in science is welcome to come along to this free event. Held annually in over 30 countries across the globe, FameLab is the world’s largest science communication competition. And it’s […]

Local Authority mortgage scheme opens for Cork on 1st February

Local Authority mortgage scheme opens for Cork on 1st February

31 January 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Fine Gael Minister Simon Coveney has welcomed the ‘Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan’ mortgage scheme unveiled by his colleague Eoghan Murphy. For the first time Cork – and indeed all Irish – families will be be able to know their payments for the entire lifetime of a mortgage because […]

HEALTH: Cork Pearl of Wisdom event promotes awareness of Cervical Cancer checks

HEALTH: Cork Pearl of Wisdom event promotes awareness of Cervical Cancer checks

30 January 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Lady Mayoress of Cork, Georgina Fitzgerald invites women aged 25 – 60 years to attend the Cork Pearl of Wisdom event on Wednesday 31st January in the Clayton Hotel at 11am. The event takes place during European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and aims to raise awareness amongst women […]

Irish Economy is improving, but…

Irish Economy is improving, but…

30 January 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Govt must commit to meaningful Rainy Day Fund – says opposition TD The Carrigaline based Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath TD has welcomed the Central Bank’s latest economic forecast for the economy but has warned there is no room for complacency on the economic front. Deputy […]

LITTLE ISLAND: Work continues on €200m data centre

LITTLE ISLAND: Work continues on €200m data centre

29 January 2018 By Mary Bermimghan mary@TheCork.ie Little Island will be the home of Cork’s next digital development. A €200m data centre campus will begin operations as soon as next year. The deal was secured between US firm T5 Data Centers and Cork-based JCD Group due to a reliable high-voltage power supply and a climate, […]

SOCCER: WO-MEN – Cork City Women’s FC merges with Cork City FC

SOCCER: WO-MEN – Cork City Women’s FC merges with Cork City FC

28 January 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Clonakilty Food Co.’s new, state-of-the-art facility in West Cork was the venue for a number of important announcements this afternoon. Cork City Women’s FC, previously a separate entity, has now merged fully with Cork City Football Club. The FAI Women’s Cup winners affiliated to FORAS ahead of the […]

HEALTH: Calls to restore Kinsale SouthDoc services

HEALTH: Calls to restore Kinsale SouthDoc services

28 January 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie During another debate in Seanad Eireann Fine Gael Senator, Tim Lombard, last restated his belief that the Kinsale SouthDoc should be reinstalled within the town. Senator Lombard said: “The Kinsale SouthDoc was removed from within the town in 2014, and merged with the Bandon services, due to general […]

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