Carrigaline & District Lions Club Annual Cycle Classic

Carrigaline & District Lions Club Annual Cycle Classic

31 March 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Carrigaline & District Lions Club Annual Cycle Classic was launched today at Marymount Hospice by Simon Coveney Tánaiste. (who has participated in the cycle on a number of occasions in the past), as well as Event Co-ordinator, Mark Ginn and also Club president Eoin Stack were in attendance. […]

West Cork businesses are under threat as a result of the out of control and spiralling costs of insurance

West Cork businesses are under threat as a result of the out of control and spiralling costs of insurance

30 March 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie ‘The governments need to act now to ensure that rural businesses that provide jobs and income for families can survive into the future.’ West Cork Independent TD Michael Collins is calling on the government to resolve the insurance crisis that is putting individuals and companies across the country […]

Customised Irish number plates

29 March 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Technically it is called a “vehicle registration plate” or “index mark”, but in common language, it’s simply a “number plate”! Republic of Ireland In the Republic of Ireland you cannot have personalised number plates as they are thought of in other countried. Why? because Irish plates contain mostly […]

Apartments in Cork City Centre for social housing

Apartments in Cork City Centre for social housing

29 March 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork City Council, in collaboration with Cluid Housing Association, has announced the purchase of a ‘turnkey’ multi-unit central city residential scheme at Leeside, Bachelor’s Quay, as a part of the Rebuilding Ireland programme. The riverside scheme, which has been acquired by Cluid, comprises 72 homes that are available […]

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