Tynan calls for improvements to be made in “audible” pedestrian crossings

Tynan calls for improvements to be made in “audible” pedestrian crossings

19 September 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cllr. Ted Tynan has called for urgent improvements and upgrades to be made to a number of pedestrian crossings at Ballyvolane and Mayfield which are inadequate for people with visual impairment. Cllr. Tynan said that the audible alerts from the pedestrian crossings in question are either not working […]

CORK ENTERTAINMENT: What’s on at St Lukes for Autumn/Winter

CORK ENTERTAINMENT: What’s on at St Lukes for Autumn/Winter

19 September 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Including: Grandbrothers, Efterklang, Caoimhín O’Raghallaigh, Thomas Bartlett, Sam Amidon, The Altered Hours, Lankum, Lloyd Cole, Gruff Rhys, Hermitage Green + many, many more www.liveatstlukes.com It’s going to be a busy few weeks at Cork City’s wonderfully unique venue, the deconsecrated church on the north side of the city. Live […]

Green Party hoping to win Dail seat in Cork North Central with Cllr Oliver Moran

Green Party hoping to win Dail seat in Cork North Central with Cllr Oliver Moran

18 September 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Councillor Oliver Moran selected to contest Cork North Central by-election for Greens Green Party members in Cork North Central have nominated their first-time councillor for Cork City North East, and Green Party spokesperson for political reform, Oliver Moran to contest the by-election in the constituency. Speaking after his […]

BRANDING: Cork’s “Victorian Quarter” nominated for Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards

BRANDING: Cork’s “Victorian Quarter” nominated for Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards

16 September 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Victorian Quarter among nominees for National Award The historic Victorian Quarter is in the running for this year’s 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards, which brings business and community groups together to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area. (incidentally, Bank of Ireland closed […]

Making a Difference with #Team Mercy Join the Mercy University Hospital Foundation for this year’s Women’s Mini Marathon on Sunday, September 22nd

Making a Difference with #Team Mercy Join the Mercy University Hospital Foundation for this year’s Women’s Mini Marathon on Sunday, September 22nd

16 September 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Making a Difference with #Team Mercy Join the Mercy University Hospital Foundation for this year’s Women’s Mini Marathon on Sunday, September 22nd With Cork’s annual Women’s Mini Marathon on the horizon, The Mercy University Hospital Foundation is now inviting you to join the 2019 #TeamMercy and be part […]

When to fight an insurance claim? How to defend false claims?

When to fight an insurance claim? How to defend false claims?

16 September 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie How to get better insurance premiums and when to fight claims – A Cork Business Association sponsored event addressing the insurance crisis affecting SMEs Businesses in the retail, hospitality, tourism and events sectors are facing significant challenges in procuring sustainable insurance premiums. Some are facing closure due to […]

Where to find a Commissioner for Oaths in Cork?

Where to find a Commissioner for Oaths in Cork?

15 September 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie A Commissioner for Oaths is a person appointed by the Chief Justice (of the Supreme Court) authorised to witness the signing of legal documents. Examples are Affidavits, Statutory Declarations, and Certified / True Copies, and the generally witnessing signatures for any purpose. People may need the services of […]

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