WEST CORK: Irish Water upgrades for Schull now, are part of larger scheme covering Skibbereen, Drimoleague, Castledonovan, Leap, Bluid, and Sherkin Island

WEST CORK: Irish Water upgrades for Schull now, are part of larger scheme covering Skibbereen, Drimoleague, Castledonovan, Leap, Bluid, and Sherkin Island

31 August 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Irish Water, working in partnership with Cork County Council, is delivering major upgrades to safeguard water supply in Schull, as part of the Skibbereen Regional Water Supply Scheme. Upgrades are ongoing and include the construction of over 10km of trunk main connecting Schull to the Skibbereen Water Supply […]

County Cork gets its share of CLIMATE CHANGE money

County Cork gets its share of CLIMATE CHANGE money

31 August 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie North Cork Fine Gael Councillor John Paul O’Shea has welcomed the allocation of over €6.6m to Cork County Council for Active Travel and Climate Change Adaption measures in Cork County. Cllr. O’Shea said the funding has been made available under the Government’s Jobs Stimulus Plan and is part […]

New Minister for Agriculture must address forestry issue – says Cork TD

New Minister for Agriculture must address forestry issue – says Cork TD

31 August 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Labour spokesperson on Agriculture Seán Sherlock TD (Cork East) has said that the forestry commitments outlined by Minister Pippa Hackett in her public consultation which finished last week must be underpinned with swift legislative action to restore clarity for those seeking felling licences and allow transparency for the […]

Rethink Ireland Calls for Applications from Cork to €3m ‘Equality Fund’

Rethink Ireland Calls for Applications from Cork to €3m ‘Equality Fund’

31 August 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie The deadline is approaching for applications from Cork to Rethink Ireland’s €3m Equality Fund. The fund is supported by the Peter Kinney and Lisa Sandquist Foundation and the Government of Ireland via the Dormant Accounts Fund (through the Department of Rural and Community Development and the Department of […]

The Changing Climate of UK’s Gambling Industry

The Changing Climate of UK’s Gambling Industry

31 August 2020 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The United Kingdom seems to be quite interested in changing the dynamics of its gambling industry. Scrapping old regulations and including new rules- these have always been a part of the UK’s gambling laws. Therefore, it does not much come in as a surprise when the gambling industry […]

Online Slot Machine Mechanics

Online Slot Machine Mechanics

31 August 2020 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Are you the gamer who checks out the slot games first when you log into a casino? Do you always read news about new casino game releases and even check out free games available online? In short, you have a lifelong devotion to slot games, and it is […]

Cork man collects €6.99 million Lotto winnings

Cork man collects €6.99 million Lotto winnings

30 August 2020 By Mary Bermingham tom@TheCork.ie You might remember a few months ago someone in Cork won the Lotto Jackpot of Saturday 20th June 2020 Well, this week the lucky family actually claimed their winnings of €6,993,904. The family were represented by a man who said they wished to claim their prize anonymously. They […]

Gurranabraher Credit Union support COVID19 mask wearing campaign

Gurranabraher Credit Union support COVID19 mask wearing campaign

30 August 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Following on from the recent Government decision to make the waring of masks mandatory in all retail settings, Community lender, Gurranabraher Credit Union is providing reusable masks to their members as part of their “Mask-up” Campaign. This announcement comes in the wake of the recent decision not to […]

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