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Archives / 2023
31 December 2023 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Increase in flu and COVID expected in the coming weeks Increasing levels of community transmission leads to jump in number of flu and COVID hospitalisations Protect yourself and others – Vaccination and good infection and prevention control measures remain key in reducing transmission Hospitals in the South/South West... Read More
30 December 2023 By David Lynch david@TheCork.ie The Munster side has been named for the New Year’s Day URC Interpro derby against Connacht at The Sportsground (3pm). There are seven personnel changes and one positional switch from the side that faced Leinster four days ago as hooker Eoghan Clarke makes his first start for Munster.... Read More
29 December 2023 By Bryan McCarthy bryan@TheCork.ie Over 121,526 patients have gone without a bed in Irish hospitals in 2023 according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, making it the worst year for hospital overcrowding on record The top 5 most overcrowded hospitals in 2023 include: University Hospital Limerick (21,141 patients) Cork University Hospital... Read More
28 December 2023 By Bryan McCarthy bryan@TheCork.ie This is the time of year when many of us purchase gift vouchers for friends and family. There are many benefits to gift vouchers but there are also some risks, for example, if you lose the voucher, it expires before you use it, or if you’re unable to... Read More
28 December 2023 By Bryan McCarthy bryan@TheCork.ie New traditions in the New Year  Traditions are very much associated with Christmas and the New Year. With fourteen face to face meetings across the country along with online support, bereavement charity Anam Cara, are encouraging parents who have faced the death of a child, to reach out... Read More
28 December 2023 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie “If the European Parliament has its way, consumers will be entitled to have more products and devices repaired, rather than being forced to buy newer expensive replacement models, pending negotiations on EU rules on the ‘right to repair’ in 2024”, said Seán Kelly MEP. “In addition, manufacturers will... Read More
28 December 2023 By Bryan McCarthy bryan@TheCork.ie Hometree site will showcase how trees can be integrated into existing farms A not-for-profit organisation working to establish and conserve permanent native woodland in Ireland has secured its first site in County Cork. Hometree has purchased an eight-acre site near Donoughmore thanks to support from a local donor.... Read More
28 December 2023 By Roger Kennedy roger@TheCork.ie Running a business is not just about closing deals; it’s about building relationships. And what better way to strengthen those connections than with personalised gifts? In this blog, we’ll explore the art of gifting, focusing on the timeless appeal of personalisation and how it can elevate your corporate... Read More
26 December 2023 By Bryan McCarthy bryan@TheCork.ie Former Irish rugby international, Donncha O’Callaghan has issued a call to sports clubs in Cork reminding members that the countdown is on to the 31st January closing date by which applications for a €5,000 award under the Texaco Support for Sport initiative must be made. Noting the benefit... Read More