TheCork.ie ‘Your Online News & Entertainment from Cork, Ireland’ was established in 2010.
Our website is updated daily by our team of writers who grew up locally. Our readership is local, and global.
We welcome fresh content so if you are a PR firm, Politician, Campaign group, or anyone who has ongoing news, then feel free to add news@TheCork.ie to your email distribution list.
Our team of Journalists write around 1,700 news stories every year. Our website is constantly fresh, plus also has the benefit of an ongoing archive of older news stories, increasing our online footprint.
Many News & Entertainment websites are now behind ‘paywalls’ where web visitors can only read the first paragraph of an article. We are proud to say there is no paywall nor IP filtering on our website, so our content can be freely read by everyone, globally.
If you want to tell us about an error/correction/clarification/deletion request you can email news@TheCork.ie. We try to constantly improve our site, to give our readers the best experience.
We also would be delighted to receive commercial enquiries about advertising here.
News website disclaimer
TheCork.ie is predominantly a News website, as such, it contains views and statements from a variety of sources, including – but not limited to – various political parties, and other causes. If your political party is not represented as much as you would wish then we encourage you to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email lists. TheCork.ie does necessarily agree with or endorse any of the views or statements in articles. The site also contains Entertainment content which is subjective by its very nature.
The mechanics of the internet are that one site can link to another, this is not necessarily an endorsement of another website. TheCork.ie is not responsible for the contents or reliability of the linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them. Linking shall not be taken as endorsement of any kind. We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over the availability of the linked pages.
TheCork.ie is written with a capital T and capital C, and is pronounced “The Cork Dot Aye E.”