The best tips about Personal finance and Real estate

The best tips about Personal finance and Real estate

28 December 2020 By Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Making any kind of forecast or prognosis in a situation of maximum uncertainty such as the current one seems complex. However, the end of the year allows for an analysis of the behaviour of the real estate sector during 2020, and based on this information, mentioning the importance […]

The Best Ireland Christmas Adverts #Nostalgia #Video

28 December 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Nothing signals the modern Christmas season like the selection box of festive ads that begin in early December and last until New Year’s eve. Despite the Internet, broadcast advertisements are still powerful; and can call forth precious memories from our childhoods. With a decline in the popularity of […]

Today’s COVID stats for Ireland

Today’s COVID stats for Ireland

27 December 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Deaths Nationally; The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been notified of 4 additional deaths related to COVID-19. This means that since the pandemic was declared – early in 2020 – there has been a total of 2,204 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland. Cases As of midnight Saturday […]

Cork based @VeloRoasters ‘BMX Blend’ Coffee to be stocked in @DunnesStores

Cork based @VeloRoasters ‘BMX Blend’ Coffee to be stocked in @DunnesStores

27 December 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie In welcome news for the local Irish food industry, Cork based Velo Coffee Roasters has announced a successful deal with Irish supermarket chain Dunnes Stores. Over the coming weeks, their award-winning roast, ‘BMX’ will be on the shelves nationwide. Founded in 2017, Velo Coffee Roasters is a multi […]

NEW BOOK: looks at a 94-day hunger strike in 1920

NEW BOOK: looks at a 94-day hunger strike in 1920

27 December 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie A new book on “THE NINE SURVIVORS A Story of the 94-day Record Hunger Strike” in 1920 has been published The story of The Nine Survivors is told by Conor Kenny and Claire Cronin and details their journey to commemorate nine brave men, four from Ballylanders, one from […]

DID YOU KNOW? Ireland’s first “co-located brewery & distillery” is in Kinsale @BlacksBrewery

DID YOU KNOW? Ireland’s first “co-located brewery & distillery” is in Kinsale @BlacksBrewery

27 December 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie While this year has been challenging, Blacks, Ireland’s first co-located brewery & distillery, nevertheless received international awards. The modern business is “located on the Wild Atlantic Way in Kinsale”. They are an industrial unit on the Cork side of the town. Blacks want to be the opposite of […]

Ireland’s economic future lies with EU, not GB – says Cork FF MEP

Ireland’s economic future lies with EU, not GB – says Cork FF MEP

27 December 2020 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Time to invest in building new relationships with “the remaining EU26” “Now is the time to end the last vestiges of Ireland’s economic dependence on Great Britain and to expand our trade and economic relationships with the remaining 26 EU member states,” said Cork North Central based Fianna […]

SOCCER: Colin Healy appointed Cork City FC Head Coach

SOCCER: Colin Healy appointed Cork City FC Head Coach

27 December 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork City FC are pleased to announce that Colin Healy will taking up the role as First Team Head Coach, effective immediately. Colin has worked as the club’s Head of Academy for the past three seasons, as well as boasting over 150 first team appearances for the club […]

The Convergence of Video Games and Gambling

The Convergence of Video Games and Gambling

27 December 2020 By Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie Entertainment Many gamblers are uncertain where the distinction between gaming and gambling appears. Specifically, this epoch where the Internet has ushered – the usage of these terms interchangeably. The term gaming became prevalent as gamblers coined the term during their visit to a casino. The taboo associated with […]

Douglas Library reopened

Douglas Library reopened

27 December 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie December had much bad news, due to COVID19, but on the positive side, the Cork City Council Libary in Douglas Village Shopping Centre re-opened. Since that time the COVID restrictions have intensified, but still, it is great to see the premises clean of the previous fire damage.