‘North Cork Creameries’ and West Cork’s ‘Wildberry Bakery’ win at Irish Quality Food & Drink Awards 2019

‘North Cork Creameries’ and West Cork’s ‘Wildberry Bakery’ win at Irish Quality Food & Drink Awards 2019

31 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The winners of the prestigious Irish Quality Food & Drink Awards 2019 were announced recently to a packed house at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin. Producers, retailers and wholesalers from across the Irish food and drink industry came together to celebrate the very best produce available in […]

Ireland’s first female botanist was from West Cork

Ireland’s first female botanist was from West Cork

31 October 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The story of Ellen Hutchins of Ballylickey, Ireland’s first female botanist, features in the Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 2019, which will be launched today. Ellen Hutchins’ story is of a bright young woman, in remote rural Bantry Bay, West Cork, in the early 1800s. […]

FULL ARTICLE: Promising Future for first Master Graduates in Artificial Intelligence

FULL ARTICLE: Promising Future for first Master Graduates in Artificial Intelligence

30 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Leading the Way into a New Era of Artificial Intelligence Today (October, 30th) sees the graduation of the first full-time Masters in Artificial Intelligence (AI) class at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT). AI is the rapidly developing field of computer science which enables computers and machines to perform […]

TODAY: First graduating class of ‘MSc in Artificial Intelligence’

TODAY: First graduating class of ‘MSc in Artificial Intelligence’

30 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie For three days, starting today, more than 2,500 students will graduate from Cork Institute of Technology (CIT). The graduates will be numerous disciplines, including the first graduating class of MSc in Artificial Intelligence. The MSc in Artificial Intelligence is a remarkable success story with 122 MSc students currently […]

Cork City ‘Rising Sons Brewery’ have expanded into producing Gin

Cork City ‘Rising Sons Brewery’ have expanded into producing Gin

30 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Following the recent successes for Rising Sons Brewery at the international World Beer Awards and the national Irish Pub Awards, Rising Sons Brewery have more incredible news for their punters. In a bold move towards future expansion, the Brewery have just produced a world-class Gin for the first […]

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

29 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Late October/Early November is one of the busiest times for book releases, as publishers vie to secure a place on the Christmas book market. “Irish Cinemas: A History in Photographs” is a pictorial record of 139 old Irish cinemas. Illustrated with over 200 photographs, it includes an assorted […]

Fermoy Library to Set the Standard for Positive Ageing in Cork

Fermoy Library to Set the Standard for Positive Ageing in Cork

29 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie This day last week Fermoy Library branch manager Jean Cavanagh was presented with the Age Friendly Charter. Jean is the first Age Friendly Champion for Cork County Council’s Library Services. This new initiative emphasizes service enhancement for older adults in the community, as part of a national strategy […]

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