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Archives / November 2022
8 November 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie News in brief: photos The top table of the Cork Business Association yesterday paid an official visit to the Lord Mayor’s chambers. The CBA – as it is better known – aims to represent the interests of its members by lobbying key stakeholders in Cork city. The Association... Read More
8 November 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie The Board of Dublin Port Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Barry O’Connell as its new Chief Executive Officer from 14th November 2022 following an open and competitive recruitment process. A native of Cork, Barry joins Dublin Port Company from the Coca-Cola System, where he has... Read More
7 November 2022 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Business/Technology News The Hayfield Hotel is working with Roscommon based tech start up Positive Carbon to reduce food waste in all their kitchens, effectively reaching sustainability targets and improving profitability. The first installation of Positive Carbon’s food waste monitoring sensors took place this July at the Hayfield Family Collection’s... Read More
7 November 2022 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS) is a public technological university. The third one to be established in Ireland, it began operations in October 2021. The university was the result of a merger between two institutes of technology; the Athlone Institute of Technology and the... Read More
7 November 2022 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork headquartered, international flight school, Atlantic Flight Training Academy (AFTA), has announced a new Pilot Training Partnership with GlobeAir, a leading private jet charter company, to train cadets for their future careers as commercial pilots in 2023/2024. The candidates who will be involved in the pilot training programme as... Read More
7 November 2022 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie This months €1.3 billion announcement for forestry supports will provide certainty for farmers and aims to get confidence back into the sector, Fine Gael Senators have said. Senators Tim Lombard and Micheál Carrigy recently raised the significant worry felt by many in the industry while addressing Minister McConalogue... Read More
7 November 2022, Monday By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Following from yesterday’s flood warning, Cork City Council is advising the public to be extremely cautious as severe weather remains forecast for Cork City today, alongside warnings for high tides over the coming days which will cause localised flooding and disruption to traffic. The City Council’s Flood... Read More
7 November 2022 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Frasers is not a familiar name in Ireland, but it soon will be. Frasers Group plc (formerly known as Sports Direct International plc) is a large British retail and intellectual property group, named after its ownership of the department store chain ‘House of Fraser’ A visually impressive new ‘Frasers’ store... Read More
7 November 2022 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie What: The Everyman and CADA Present ‘Cinderella’ Who: Directed by Catherine Mahon-Buckley When: Saturday 3rd December 2022 – Sunday 15th January 2023 Tickets: https://everymancork.com/events/cinderella-panto-2022/ or phone 021 4501 673 What classic tale do you think of when you hear of a grand ball, a magical fairy godmother, a lost slipper,... Read More