How to Keep Your Staff on Track When Working from Home

How to Keep Your Staff on Track When Working from Home

19 July 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Recent global events have seen a considerable spike in employees working from home. For many employers, this is something entirely new and old processes need to be updated. Where working from home was once regarded as a privilege, it has now become a necessity. Your employees must be […]

Cork City Council needs to do more to support the arts – says Green Cllr

Cork City Council needs to do more to support the arts – says Green Cllr

18 July 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork City Council needs to do more to support the arts & music, in light of COVID19 – says Cllr. Oliver Moran The Green Party in Cork has said that Cork City Council needs to do more to support musicians and cultural groups affected by budget cuts and […]

Cork towns benefit with almost €1 million of active travel and public realm works

Cork towns benefit with almost €1 million of active travel and public realm works

16 July 2020 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie As a result of Covid 19 and its impact on all aspects of living and working, Cork County Council, under Project ACT and with support from the National Transport Authority (NTA), will be introducing a wide variety of on-street measures designed to assist citizens and businesses in managing […]

Fermoy reopening bit-by-bit after COVID19 lockdown

Fermoy reopening bit-by-bit after COVID19 lockdown

16 July 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr. Mary Linehan Foley has visited Fermoy. The Independent Cllr yesterday enjoyed a cup of coffee in the recently rejuvenated area outside the Priory Coffee Co. Under Cork County Council’s Project ACT initiative, town teams in both Fermoy and Mitchelstown are […]

Whitegate signs €1m 12-month deal with chip producer from Whitegate #EastCork

Whitegate signs €1m 12-month deal with chip producer from Whitegate #EastCork

14 July 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Following Grow with Aldi success, Walls Honest Chips secures 12-month Aldi contract Aldi Ireland today announced it has agreed a new €1m deal with Cork-based Walls Honest Chips to supply its 142 Irish stores. The 12-month contract will see Walls Honest Chips supply its ‘fakeaway’ chips to Aldi. […]

Cobh gets a lick of paint

Cobh gets a lick of paint

14 July 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie A town ‘Paint Scheme’ has been announced for Cobh, East Cork. It is funded by Cork County Council as part of Project ACT. The funding for the Paint Scheme had been recommended to the Council through the Cobh Town Activation Team, which included representatives from Cork County Council, […]

WEST CORK: County Council invest in Skibbereen to help recovery from COVID19 slump

WEST CORK: County Council invest in Skibbereen to help recovery from COVID19 slump

13 July 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Established under Cork County Council’s Project ACT initiative to support communities, businesses and industry as they look to recover from the impact of COVID-19, significant moves have been made to enhance Skibbereen as a safe, vibrant and welcoming town for residents and visitors alike, less than two months […]

Kinsale Spirit Company launch ‘Red Earl Whiskey’ as part of their ‘Battle of Kinsale’ series

Kinsale Spirit Company launch ‘Red Earl Whiskey’ as part of their ‘Battle of Kinsale’ series

13 July 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie The first in Kinsale Spirit Company’s ‘Battle of Kinsale’ series of Whiskeys Red Earl premium Irish Whiskey has been launched by Cork’s Kinsale Spirit Company – co-founded by Ernest Cantillon, Colin Ross, and Tom O’Riordan – all current or ex-publicans who have spent their lifetimes serving drink and […]

Kinsale Gas field closes after 42 years

Kinsale Gas field closes after 42 years

10 July 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie The final commercial volumes of indigenous Irish gas flowed through the Inch terminal in County Cork last week as PSE Kinsale Energy Limited (KEL) ceased production after 42 years of service and almost two trillion cubic feet of natural gas – double the original reserve estimate. Ireland’s only […]

Businesswoman of the Year Awards Open for Submissions

Businesswoman of the Year Awards Open for Submissions

7 July 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie New categories reflect the current ‘COVID19 business environment’ Network Ireland Cork has unveiled new categories for its annual prestigious Businesswoman of the Year Awards, reflecting the new realities of business life in 2020. The Power Within Champion — recognising those who overcame challenges in business arising from COVID-19 […]

AIB branches in Cork come together to support 84 local charities

AIB branches in Cork come together to support 84 local charities

5 July 2020 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie AIB branches in Cork have come together to support 84 local charities and help provide direct funds to local community efforts. €200,000 has been made available to branches across the county (€1,000 per branch) as part of AIB Together, the bank’s community investment programme. Some of the Cork […]