Where to find a Commissioner for Oaths in the evening

Where to find a Commissioner for Oaths in the evening

1 February 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie When choosing any service there are a number of factors to take into consideration, and when choosing a Commissioner for Oaths the same is true. If you have an Affidavit or Statutory Declaration it may appear that you simply need a signature, or an autograph! but there is […]

Increased Garda visibility needed to give communities protection & peace of mind – O’Sullivan

Increased Garda visibility needed to give communities protection & peace of mind – O’Sullivan

31 January 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil TD for Cork North Central Padraig O’Sullivan says communities on the northside are being terrorised by teenage gangs who are making residents feel unsafe in their own homes. Deputy O’Sullivan says people have been telling him that they don’t want to go out in the evenings […]

“Ageism must be tackled at every turn” says Councillor

“Ageism must be tackled at every turn” says Councillor

30 January 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Independent (Former Fianna Fail) candidate in the general election Cllr. Kenneth O’ Flynn recently said “ageism must be tackled at every turn”. Canvassing in Cork’s Northside which has a large older population, he said those who exhibited ageist attitudes and behaviour must be challenged. “Ageism is to be […]

The Northside needs more trees

The Northside needs more trees

29 January 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The Green Party in Cork has said the results of a survey of residents on the northside of the city show that people support biodiversity and trees in community. In September, Cork City Council removed vegetation from the green area at Sarsfield’s Terrace, near Bells’ Field, with a […]

How bad is Air Pollution on the Northside of Cork City?

How bad is Air Pollution on the Northside of Cork City?

23 January 2020 By Bryan Smyth news@TheCork.ie The Green Party in Cork has called for an increase in air pollution monitoring stations on the northside of the city A series of “indicative” monitoring equipment has been installed across Cork by Cork City Council in collaboration with UCC. These are calibrated against high-quality “reference” EPA stations. […]

Davis College hosts seventh annual Model United Nations

Davis College hosts seventh annual Model United Nations

21 January 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Davis College, a multi-denominational secondary school under the auspices of the Cork Education and Training Board, is hosting its seventh annual Model United Nations. The event is taking place at City Hall in Cork and runs from Tuesday 21st February to Friday 24th February. The event this year […]

Question: Who is Cork’s largest employer? Answer: Apple, with 6,000 staff

Question: Who is Cork’s largest employer? Answer: Apple, with 6,000 staff

20 January 2020 By Bryan Smyth news@TheCork.ie IDA Ireland’s inaugural ‘Special Recognition Award’ recognising the contribution of our clients to Ireland was presented by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and IDA Ireland to Apple and accepted by its CEO Tim Cook, at a special ‘Looking to the Future’ event in the National Concert Hall this morning. […]

Brick thrown through window of Fine Gael Senator in Cork #CorkViolence

Brick thrown through window of Fine Gael Senator in Cork #CorkViolence

19 January 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie A Government Senator – who is a Solicitor by profession – has had a brick thrown through the window of his Blackpool, Cork City constituency office this Sunday evening. Fine Gael Senator Colm Burke said via Facebook “Bricks fired through the window in my office in Blackpool this […]