A Cork Hotel is hosting the Largest Sculpture Exhibition in Ireland

A Cork Hotel is hosting the Largest Sculpture Exhibition in Ireland

27 August 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie A Sculpture Exhibition has been installed at The Montenotte Hotel’s sunken Victorian Gardens for the next four weeks, in association with the Kildare Gallery. In keeping with The Montenotte’s commitment to support Irish art and culture, 39 sculptures by 18 Irish artists, including Bob Quinn, Stephanie Hess and […]

€5 million in student supports announced

€5 million in student supports announced

27 August 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has announced a comprehensive financial package of €5 million to support students’ wellbeing and mental health. This significant funding increase comes at a time of great urgency around student support and re-opening planning for the […]

Carrigaline water mains to be fixed

Carrigaline water mains to be fixed

27 August 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Irish Water replacing ageing water mains on the Kilmoney Road Upper, Carrigaline Irish Water, working in partnership with Cork County Council, is replacing over 650 meters of problematic water mains to tackle the high levels of water leakage on the Kilmoney Road Upper in Carrigaline and improve the […]

West Cork TD seeks better supports for student renters

West Cork TD seeks better supports for student renters

27 August 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Holly Cairns (Cork South West TD), who is the Social Democrats spokesperson for Further and Higher Education, has called for measures to support students seeking accommodation who have less protections than other renters. Holly said: “Students and their families are facing an incredibly hard year with uncertainty about […]

Cork TD Simon Coveney is bookies favourite to replace Phil Hogan as EU Trade Commissioner

Cork TD Simon Coveney is bookies favourite to replace Phil Hogan as EU Trade Commissioner

27 August 2020, Wednesday By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Phil Hogan became the latest casualty of ‘Golfgate’ as he resigned from his EU Trade Commissioner role yesterday and Simon Coveney is the hot favourite to replace him. BoyleSports have been inundated with requests on who will replace Phil Hogan with initial odds chalked up of 10/11 […]

‘Ditch the corporate-speak and clear the drains’ to avoid flooding, says plain talking Labour Rep

‘Ditch the corporate-speak and clear the drains’ to avoid flooding, says plain talking Labour Rep

27 August 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie A new audit of drains and their clearance is needed to ensure confidence on the drainage network in Cork City, according to Labour Local Area Rep Peter Horgan. “We need to get back to basics here,” Said Mr Horgan. “It’s quite clear, even with flash rainfall with heaviness […]

Which Are the Perennial Online Slot Games?

Which Are the Perennial Online Slot Games?

27 August 2020 By Richard Love news@TheCork.ie The ideation and creation of online slot games is a very competitive one, as these games are added on the side as an additional form of entertainment while gamblers play at an online casino, bingo and sports betting websites. While digital companies come up with different themes, productions […]

PROPERTY FOR SALE: Carrigtwohill, Cobh, and Youghal – houses for sale in online auction

PROPERTY FOR SALE: Carrigtwohill, Cobh, and Youghal – houses for sale in online auction

27 August 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Residential properties in Cobh, Carrigtwohill, and a main street building in Youghal are listed in the upcoming Youbid national online auction which takes place today. Cobh Three homes in Cobh are going under the hammer including a semi-detached home at 55 The Spires in Carrignafoy. The property is on […]