City Hall curtains too expensive says Independent Councillor

A heritage expert who is also a City Councillor says the amount of money spent on some refurbishments to City Hall has been excessive. In response to a question to the City Manager…..  Independent Councillor Kieran McCarthy has received figures confirming that almost 16 thousand euro was spent on Curtain’s for the Chamber, where the […]

Cork Poverty discussed in City Hall

The extent of poverty in Cork was highlighted in City Hall last night. A Sinn Fein motion calling on the Government to create a “National Poverty Strategy” was passed. It suggests that all National and local policies should be “poverty proofed”. to make sure that those living in poverty are not pushed further downwards. During […]

John Mullins re-elected as Cork Chamber President

Speaking after his re-election at Cork Chamber’s 193rd Annual General Meeting, held in the Imperial Hotel today (14/05/2012), Chamber President Mr. John Mullins outlined his priorities for his second 12 month term of office and congratulated Ms. Gillian Keating on her election as Vice President of Cork Chamber. Addressing the meeting Mr. Mullins said, “We […]

Castletownbere Stakeholder Group Formed and Announces Job Creation Potential

Following the Launch today of the “Castletownbere – An Economic Survey to Determine the Level of Seafood Activity and Establish its Economic Importance for the Region” Report by Minister Simon Coveney, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, it was announced that a Stakeholder Group had been created to deliver on the potential identified in […]

SAOR VIEW in WEST CORK

In response to concerns raised by West Cork based Deputy Jim Daly regarding the large population across areas of West Cork  that cannot access SAORVIEW TV, Minister Rabbitte has ordered RTE to review coverage of SAORVIEW  across County Cork. Speaking in the Dáil today, Jim Daly outlined to the Minister that while 98% of the […]

New Insurance Statistics

In 2009 there were 2,955 traffic collisions involving material damage on Cork’s roads but new figures released by the Central Bank last week reveal a significant overall reduction in the number and expense of motor insurance claims cost. Infrastructure improvements and a noticeably more cautious motoring public are having a positive impact on the level […]

An Post delivers The Stability Treaty – Your Guide

An Post delivers The Stability Treaty – Your Guide

An Post has begun delivering the Government’s information booklet “The Stability Treaty – Your Guide to every household in the country today” Households in the Midlands, South and parts of Leinster will be the first to receive the bi-lingual booklet and deliveries will continue over the next two weeks. Delivery will get under way in […]

Harbour Flights Press Release

Harbour Flights Ireland Ltd are pleased to announce the granting from An Bord Pleanála on Friday the 20th of April 2012 (PL 30.238600 -10/106) full planning approval for its sea plane base in Limerick City. This particular planning application has taken over 22 months and marks the end of Harbour Flights first phase of planning […]

Rain, rain, and rain for Cork on Wednesday and Thurday

Wet and windy weather is on it’s way to Cork from tomorrow. Met Eireann is predicting gale force winds, and high rainfall of between 20 to 30 milli-metres from Wednesday morning. Counties Kerry, Waterford, Wexford and all of Leinster will also be affected. The “monsoon-like” weather should pass by Thursday night, but the two days […]

A weekend of remembrance and tribute in Cobh

This coming weekend in Cobh Co. Cork, the Titanic’s last port of call, will be one of remembrance and commemoration as the town looks back a century to The Titanic and the people associated with her and pays respect with a number of tributes. A Search and Rescue extravaganza display by the Irish Coast Guard […]