Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery – volunteer is ‘Cork Person of the Month’

Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery – volunteer is ‘Cork Person of the Month’

31 July 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Dinny Kiely, one of ‘Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery’s’ longest-serving volunteers, has been named Cork Person of the Month for July, acknowledging his volunteering efforts and commitment to the organisation. Cork City Missing Person Search and Recovery is a not-for-profit, voluntary charity which conducts searches of […]

Amarenco and Infram Energy successfully close a €158 million financing programme

Amarenco and Infram Energy successfully close a €158 million financing programme

31 July 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Amarenco, the Cork-based independent renewable energy power company, through its investment platform Infram Energy has reached financial close of the final tranche of a total of €123 million in long term financing facilities for its operational solar asset portfolio, mixing both brownfield and greenfield projects. Led by Amarenco […]

Kerry Education and Training Board and University College Cork sign Memorandum of Understanding

Kerry Education and Training Board and University College Cork sign Memorandum of Understanding

31 July 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Kerry Education and Training Board (Kerry ETB) and University College Cork (UCC) recently signed an agreement that will see both institutions working together to enhance opportunities for and engagement in outdoor education and training at Cappanalea, The National Centre for Outdoor Education and Training (NCOET), which is based […]

Port of Cork Announces Annual Results for 2018 and Annual Dividend to the Shareholder of €250,000

Port of Cork Announces Annual Results for 2018 and Annual Dividend to the Shareholder of €250,000

30 July 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Port of Cork Company Turnover in 2018 amounted to €35.4 million, an increase of €3.9 million from €31.5 million in 2017. The combined traffic of both the Ports of Cork and Bantry increased to 10.66 million tonnes in 2018 up from 10.3 million tonnes in 2017, an […]

Homelessness Crisis Contines in Cork, Ireland

Homelessness Crisis Contines in Cork, Ireland

30 July 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie A personal and moving account at Cork Simon’s Annual Impact Report underlines the urgent need for affordable housing In a first for Cork Simon Community, a former service user now living independently for over four years with support from Cork Simon’s Housing Support Team, today (Tuesday 30 July […]

Betting Online Ireland

Betting Online Ireland

29 July 2019 By Tom Rogers news@TheCork.ie The world of online casinos is ever expanding, and one of the countries where it is thriving is Ireland. It shouldn’t come as much of a shock since the Irish are renowned for their love of gambling; with the country’s residents spending more than €2.2 billion per year. […]

Youghal Medieval Festival set for August Bank Holiday Weekend, 2019

Youghal Medieval Festival set for August Bank Holiday Weekend, 2019

29 July 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The 13th annual Youghal Medieval Festival will take place this on 4th August 2019. The current ‘Festival of the Year’ (Chambers Ireland, Excellence in Local Government Awards) has been given a new place in the calendar year of the August bank holiday weekend to facilitate the increasing numbers […]

Water pipes improved in Carrigaline

Water pipes improved in Carrigaline

29 July 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Irish Water, working in partnership with Cork County Council, is replacing 200 meters of problematic water mains to tackle the high levels of water leakage on the Kilmoney Road Lower in Carrigaline and improve the reliability of water supply in the area. These works will commence on 29 […]

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