Over 60% of new jobs being created in Greater Dublin Area alone – Kelleher

Over 60% of new jobs being created in Greater Dublin Area alone – Kelleher

21 November 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Two-tier recovery must be addressed head on otherwise rural Ireland will continue to suffer Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise & Innovation Billy Kelleher (TD in Cork North Central) has said that the planned Future Jobs programme cannot be another of the Government’s attempts at optical illusions, but […]

PUBLIC WATER FOUNTAINS: would reduce use of plastic bottles

PUBLIC WATER FOUNTAINS: would reduce use of plastic bottles

20 November 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Local election candidate for Clonakilty-Skibbereen, Evie Nevin, is calling for Cork County Council to install public water fountains throughout West Cork. Evie, who is hoping to secure a seat on Cork County Council next year, believes that installing drinking fountains will contribute to the war against single use […]

ELECTION POSTERS: Cork needs to follow good example of Galway City Council

ELECTION POSTERS: Cork needs to follow good example of Galway City Council

16 November 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Green Party in Cork have called on the two local authorities in Cork to follow Galway City Council in exploring ways to limit election posters. On Monday, Galway City Council voted to develop a law that would prohibit election posters in the city, with the motion noting […]

CHEFS MEET IN CORK: ‘Chef De Partie Apprenticeship Programme’ at CIT

16 November 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Chefs from Cork this week gathered for a special mentoring workshop at the Institute of Technology, Cork to support the new Chef De Partie Apprenticeship Programme workshop, supported by Fáilte Ireland and other tourism industry bodies. The workshop was held by Fáilte Ireland to assist existing industry mentors […]