WEST CORK HISTORY: 16th-century Chinese porcelain discovered in excavation on Sherkin Island

WEST CORK HISTORY: 16th-century Chinese porcelain discovered in excavation on Sherkin Island

1 November 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Today, Thursday, 1 November, will see the launch of the most recent volume of the Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, as well as the online publication of over a century of back issues of the journal. William O’Brien, Professor of Archaeology at University College Cork, well […]

EDITORIAL: What is a ‘RUXI’? – it would be a Irish Government endorsed Uber for rural areas

EDITORIAL: What is a ‘RUXI’? – it would be a Irish Government endorsed Uber for rural areas

1 November 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie You can please some of the people, sometimes Being a politician is a difficult job. You cannot please everyone, and no matter who you DO manage to please you will concurrently DISplease some other group. Almost every decision is part of a zero-sum system. Housing provides a perfect […]

Turas Nua targetting additional 850 employers from Cork

Turas Nua targetting additional 850 employers from Cork

1 November 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Currently working with 2,615 Cork based employers and have placed 4,029 people in jobs Turas Nua has announced they are increasing their efforts to work with more employers in Cork and are targeting an additional 850 businesses and organisations over the course of the coming year. This is […]

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