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14 July 2024 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie More houses of any kind is positive news Cork City Council, in partnership with Citidwell Developments Ltd, is about to launch the first affordable housing scheme in the south east of the city at Seaberry Drive, Cooneys Lane, Meadow Brome, Grange, Douglas, on the South side of Cork... Read More
10 July 2024 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie New figures obtained by Social Democrats Cllr Pádraig Rice by Cork City Council show that 348 Council houses are currently vacant – 44 of these in the South Central Ward. Cllr Rice submitted a written question to the Chief Executive to better understand exactly how many Council houses... Read More
8 July 2024 By Tony Forde tony@TheCork.ie A portrait of the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Rev’d Dr Paul Colton was unveiled last month at the Bishop’s Palace in Cork. The portrait was commissioned by the Diocesan Council of Cork, Cloyne and Ross to mark the Bishop’s 25th anniversary as Bishop of... Read More
6 July 2024 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Holidaymakers jetting off from Cork Airport this summer are being encouraged to take the bus and opt for coach travel with Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus service provider. Use your TFI Leap Card for best value fares with children traveling for as little as €0.65, adults €1.55, and student... Read More
5 July 2024 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie A hugely successful initiative to trigger memories and conversation among dementia, Alzheimer’s and elderly patients should be rolled out nationally, organisers insist. ‘Music and Memories’ boxes have been specially designed for hundreds of nursing home residents in a pilot programme by Cork City Libraries. The first initiative of... Read More