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Archives / October 2020
30 October 2020 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Cork North Central Fine Gael TD Colm Burke has welcomed plans by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD to invest over €30 million in free and subsidised higher education places to help get people back to work, upskill workers... Read More
30 October 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Cork City Labour Cllr John Maher, Local Area Reps Ciara Kennedy and Peter Horgan have said that Cork schools are being massively left down by the Department of Educaiton forcing students to bring in their own sanitiser. Peter Horgan (Labour)“There are huge questions to answer on this basic... Read More
30 October 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Society, Economy and Environment (SEE) Space network bids to forge links with European Space Agency TWO world-renowned research teams with expertise in areas such as cybersecurity, telecommunications, quantum communications and more have joined forces to establish Ireland’s first ever ‘Space Region’ and ‘boldly go where no one has... Read More
29 October 2020 By Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Entertainment If you’ve ever ‘set foot’ in an online casino, you’ve surely found online slots featured on the main page. That’s no surprise. Online slot machines are the most popular and the most lucrative games in the industry. Slots are a game of chance that doesn’t require any... Read More
29 October 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie New research from University College Cork has highlighted the dangers of misinformation in relation to Covid-19 ‘infodemic’. The research, which has been published in the British Medical Journal, was carried out by Dr Cathal O’Connor, dermatology specialist registrar, and Dr Michelle Murphy, Consultant Dermatologist who are both based... Read More
29 October 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Irish Water works to improve supply to customers in the Rathpeacon area of Cork may cause disruption to water supply from 11:30 to 17:30 tomorrow, Friday 30 October. Customers in the Monard, Killeens, Rathpeacon and Kilcully areas may be impacted. These critical connection works are required to complete... Read More