A Cork factory has opened a 10,500 sq ft cleanroom!

21 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie MEP Deirdre Clune officially opened the new ILC Dover manufacturing facility in Blarney Business Park, Cork today (Tuesday) alongside ILC Dover CEO and President Fran DiNuzzo. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility equipped with 10,500 sq ft of clean room capability will enable the global leader in flexible containment solutions […]

VIDEO: What connection did JOHNNY CASH have to Cork?

VIDEO: What connection did JOHNNY CASH have to Cork?

17 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie There is a long history of American’s singing about Ye Olde Ireland (e.g. Bing Crosby) but did you know Johnny Cash not only sang about Ireland, he went so far as to actually write about the Emerald Isle which mentions Skibbereen and Cork! The song was called ‘Forty […]

Safe drinking water in Adrigole, Crookhaven and Mogeely as water supplies are removed from the EPA’s remedial action list

Safe drinking water in Adrigole, Crookhaven and Mogeely as water supplies are removed from the EPA’s remedial action list

16 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Almost 3,000 people in Cork received good news earlier this month following the removal of three water supplies by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from their Remedial Action List (RAL). The latest report from the EPA shows that Irish Water has removed eight water supply zones in Co. […]

CORK JOB ALERT: Vocational Training Upholstery Instructor, National Learning Network, Hollyhill, Cork

CORK JOB ALERT: Vocational Training Upholstery Instructor, National Learning Network, Hollyhill, Cork

14 May 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The National Learning Network, Cork are now advertising a vacancy for ‘Vocational Training Upholstery Instructor’ at their Hollyhill centre. The National Learning Network is part of the Rehab Group (the other parts being RehabCare, and Rehab Enterprises) Job Purpose The Vocational Training Instructor is responsible for the training […]

IRELAND’s HOUSING CRISIS: high rents and low supply

IRELAND’s HOUSING CRISIS: high rents and low supply

13 May 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie There were just 2,700 homes available to rent nationwide on May 1st, the lowest total ever recorded in a series dating back to 2006, according to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie. With tight supply, listed rents rose again in all 54 markets covered in the report. […]

#Cork Not sure who to vote for as your next MEP? Meet the candidates in Charleville tomorrow

#Cork Not sure who to vote for as your next MEP? Meet the candidates in Charleville tomorrow

13 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie ICSA are hosting an open farmer meeting featuring candidates in the upcoming European elections from the Ireland South constituency on Tuesday next, 14 May. The hustings will take place in the Charleville Park Hotel, Charleville, Co Cork and will commence at 8pm. ICSA Vice President for Munster Dermot […]

Joint Committee on Public Petitions to consider a petition dealing with the weir at Fermoy on the River Blackwater

Joint Committee on Public Petitions to consider a petition dealing with the weir at Fermoy on the River Blackwater

7 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Joint Committee on Public Petitions will consider a Petition No. P00038/18 petition dealing with damage to the Fermoy weir in public session tomorrow, Wednesday, May 8 in Committee Room 1 at 2.30pm. Petitioner Mr Paul Kavanagh and Angler Mr Tommy Lawton will appear before the committee. This […]

Minister needs to confirm start date for Dunkettle upgrade – McGrath

Minister needs to confirm start date for Dunkettle upgrade – McGrath

6 May 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil Cork South Central TD Michael McGrath has called on the Transport Minister Shane Ross to confirm on behalf of the government when the main construction contract will be awarded for the upgrade of the Dunkettle interchange and to set a date for the start of the […]

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