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Archives / November 2020
28 November 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Funds raised will be used for assistive technology, enabling people to live healthier, more independent lives and remain connected to loved ones. Cope Foundation this week launched their annual festive fundraiser, “Cope’s Very Cork Christmas” which will raise much-needed funds for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and... Read More
28 November 2020 Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Entertainment Ireland has a vibrant cultural history, dating back thousands of years. Plenty of ancient myths and legends have sprung from its verdant shores, as well as writers, sports stars and actors in modern times. If you ever find yourself in a live casino, you see the vibrating nature... Read More
27 November 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork City Council has announced the locations of 10 new parklets it will be providing throughout Cork City as part of the ‘Re-imagining Cork’ programme. Funded by the National Transport Authority, under the Government’s stimulus programme, Cork City Council is implementing a suite of initiatives under the ‘Reimagine... Read More
27 November 2020 Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Entertainment London is among the most prominent gambling hubs of Europe. With dozens of sprawling casinos spread across the city, it isn’t difficult to see why they’re popular. Gambling has been the favourite pastime of Londoners for centuries and the trend isn’t disappearing anytime soon. Today, London’s casino industry... Read More
26 November 2020 Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Entertainment Sports-themed video slots are swiftly becoming a rage among the regulars and for good reason too. Football, basketball, horse racing, and cricket are among the most popular sports on the planet and enjoy a strong base of followers. iGaming software developers are taking this opportunity to bring the... Read More
25 November 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The countdown is on to the opening of The Dean Cork, the hottest new hotel located in the Rebel County’s Horgan’s Quay. With its doors swinging open from December 10th – just in time for Christmas, the team has been busy in the background ensuring that everything is ready, set, go before opening day approaches.  2020 has been an unusual year for everyone, and we all deserve to... Read More
25 November 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork North Central Deputy Colm Burke, Fine Gael’s spokesperson on health, said, “There have been changes in how healthcare is delivered as a result of Covid-19, with GPs changing how they deliver patient care by providing assessments over the telephone and through the use of video technology. “Never... Read More