AWARDS FOR EVERYONE! 60 Cork Centra Stores “Recognised for Excellence in Areas of Hygiene and Food Safety”

AWARDS FOR EVERYONE! 60 Cork Centra Stores “Recognised for Excellence in Areas of Hygiene and Food Safety”

11 August 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie It was an evening of well-deserved celebration and excitement for 60 Cork Centra stores as they were honoured at the 2018 Centra Quality Awards for excellence in the fields of hygiene and food safety within their businesses. Throughout the course of the event, which was held in the […]

Men’s Sheds in Cork should apply for funding by 31st August deadline

Men’s Sheds in Cork should apply for funding by 31st August deadline

2 August 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie West Cork orientated Senator Tim Lombard is encouraging all Cork County Men’s Sheds to apply to a national funding pot of half a million euro to support their good work. This capital funding announced by Minster for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, provides small grants to individual […]

BEAUTIFUL CORK! Bweeng, Youghal, West Cork Islands Community Council, and Lusitania Museum/Old Head Signal Tower nominated for IPB Pride of Place Awards 2018

BEAUTIFUL CORK! Bweeng, Youghal, West Cork Islands Community Council, and Lusitania Museum/Old Head Signal Tower nominated for IPB Pride of Place Awards 2018

30 July 2018 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Four Local Community groups have been nominated by Cork County Council to represent County Cork in the 2018 IPB Pride of Place awards, in association with Co-Operation Ireland. Bweeng Community Hall and Sportsfield Committee have been nominated for the Population 300 to 1000 competition. Youghal Tidy Towns Committee […]

173 winning Lotto tickets sold in Cork since lotto began 30 years ago in 1988

173 winning Lotto tickets sold in Cork since lotto began 30 years ago in 1988

30 July 2018 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork may not be one of Ireland’s luckiest Lotto County per head of population, but it has still scooped 173 jackpots totalling over €251 million since Lotto started 30 years ago, new National Lottery data reveals. The “Luckiest Lotto Counties” data, using 2016 Census Population figures, shows that […]

€1 Billion Rural Regeneration and Development Fund Now Open – Minister David Stanton

€1 Billion Rural Regeneration and Development Fund Now Open – Minister David Stanton

18 July 2018 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The Government’s new Rural Regeneration and Development Fund is now open for applications – according to Cork East Fine Gael TD and Minister of State at the Department of Justice, David Stanton. The Rural Regeneration and Development Fund supports collaborative projects between Government departments, State agencies, local authorities, […]

TIDY TOWNS: Cork groups recognised by County Council’ “Anti-Litter Challenge Competition – Divisional Awards”

TIDY TOWNS: Cork groups recognised by County Council’ “Anti-Litter Challenge Competition – Divisional Awards”

17 July 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Cork County Council recently hosted 3 award ceremonies for prize winners in the Divisional Anti-Litter Challenge Awards, 2018. Awards ceremonies were held in the Council Offices in Annabella, Mallow for prize winners in the Northern Division, in the Council Chamber in County Hall for villages in the Southern […]

EAST CORK: Midleton resident John Lynch wins €5,000 in Bank of Ireland GoalSaver competition

EAST CORK: Midleton resident John Lynch wins €5,000 in Bank of Ireland GoalSaver competition

17 July 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie John Lynch has been announced as one of five winners of a €5,000 cash prize, having entered a competition open to customers of Bank of Ireland with a GoalSaver account, designed to support those saving regularly towards achieving specific goals. Following a presentation of the prize-winning cheque at […]

Cork County Council asking people of Cork to help conserve water supplies

Cork County Council asking people of Cork to help conserve water supplies

12 July 2018 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork County Council continue to work with Irish Water to maintain water supplies through careful management of schemes and targeted leakage detection and repair. The continuing cooperation of the public in terms of water conservation is greatly appreciated. This, together with the national hosepipe ban, has helped to […]