How to start a Virtual workplace choir

How to start a Virtual workplace choir

23 January 2021 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork International Choral Festival is calling on Cork based companies and businesses around Ireland to connect with their staff and teams during Covid through the uplifting medium of music. The new ‘Choirworks’ programme devised for the 2021 Cork International Choral Festival offers workplace colleagues around the country and […]

VIDEO: @CorkChamber wants a Motorway linking Cork and Limerick

VIDEO: @CorkChamber wants a Motorway linking Cork and Limerick

20 January 2021 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Both Cork Chamber and Limerick Chamber have welcomed the opportunity to make submissions to the N/M20 Cork to Limerick Improvement Scheme public consultation, currently at options selection stage. Paula Cogan, President of Cork Chamber commented, “We are committed to seeing a comprehensive upgrade to the N/M20 transport corridor […]

Irish headquartered multinational @JohnsonControls wins at IoT Breakthrough Awards #FDI

Irish headquartered multinational @JohnsonControls wins at IoT Breakthrough Awards #FDI

15 January 2021 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Johnson Controls International plc is an American Irish-domiciled multinational conglomerate headquartered in Albert Quay, Cork, Ireland that produces fire, HVAC, and security equipment for buildings. It employs around 105,000 people in around 2,000 locations globally. The firm has just been awarded the title of “IoT Partner Ecosystem of the […]

Increase in people cycling in Cork #Evidence

Increase in people cycling in Cork #Evidence

11 January 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork Cycling Campaign have data showing “massive growth” in the number of people cycling in the Cork metro region over the last year. The cycling group is working with Strava Metro, whose dataset provides the largest collection of active travel (walking and cycling) information in the world. The […]

Ireland is great for making laws… but enforcement is another story… the latest example is dog theft

Ireland is great for making laws… but enforcement is another story… the latest example is dog theft

8 January 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Reacting to the news this week that the government are looking at introducing new laws to address dog theft, Sinn Féin TD Thomas Gould said their poor track record on implementing existing laws shows that new measures are useless if not enforced. Teachta Gould said: “Dog theft is […]

New ferry link from Ireland (Cork) to EU

New ferry link from Ireland (Cork) to EU

7 January 2021 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Following a strong start to CLdN’s weekly Con-Ro service from Cork to Zeebrugge, the shipping line announced a second call to accommodate demand. This second direct service from Cork to the EU commenced today, offering more flexibility to Irish customers, ensuring supply chains are maintained. Considering Brexit and […]

CORK CRIME: €75,000 of suspected cannabis herb

CORK CRIME: €75,000 of suspected cannabis herb

6 January 2021 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Gardaí have seized €75,000 of suspected cannabis herb and arrested two men in Cork city on January 5, 2021. As part of an ongoing investigation targeting the sale and supply of drugs in Cork city, Gardaí from the Divisional Drugs Unit stopped a car on the Bandon Road […]

Property prices in Cork remain unchanged for Q4 2020

Property prices in Cork remain unchanged for Q4 2020

5 January 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Property prices in Cork have remained unchanged during the quarter, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy. The report for Q4 2020 shows that the median asking price for a property in the county is still €250,000. This represents an increase of €5,000 compared […]

CORK CRIME: Gardai make seizure in City Centre of 3 machetes, 2 axes, 1 pick-axe handle, 1 baseball bat

CORK CRIME: Gardai make seizure in City Centre of 3 machetes, 2 axes, 1 pick-axe handle, 1 baseball bat

30 December 2020 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Gardaí have charged two men and seized a number of weapons following an incident in Kyrl’s Quay, Cork city yesterday afternoon, Tuesday 29th December 2020. At approximately 3.30pm, Gardaí stopped a car on Kyrl’s Quay. A search was conducted of the vehicle and its occupants. During the course […]

University College Cork celebrates 175th anniversary

University College Cork celebrates 175th anniversary

30 December 2020 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie UCC celebrates 175th anniversary – just a couple of days before its historic position of Cork’s only University comes to an end – on 1st January 2021 Cork Institute of Technology will formally be upgraded to the Munster Technological University University College Cork celebrates its 175th anniversary today, […]

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