[Audio] Cork University Hospital catching up on blood test backlog following IT system failure

29th August 2014, Friday By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Some patients who underwent blood testing at Cork University Hospital in the past fortnight could be re-tested. It follows the failure of an IT computer system used in the Hospitals Laboratory. The system is working today (Friday), but it will take weeks for all Departments to ascertain […]

[Audio] Gluten free food popular in Cork

28th August 2014 By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan The market for Gluten Free products is growing. An estimated 45,000Irish people are now coeliac: meaning they must avoid wheat in the diet. Symptoms of gluten intolerance include fatigue, and weight loss. To cater for the increasing market many companies have been introducing gluten free foods. Today in […]

[Audio] Calls for County Council to open Bottlehill landfill

[Audio] Calls for County Council to open Bottlehill landfill

28th August 2014 By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan The so-called Bottlehill “Superdump” in North County Cork might open sooner than many anticipated. In recent days protests on the Northside of Cork City at the Country Clean waste facility escalated. However management of Country clean have now entered into “constructive dialogue” with the protest group. The Mayor […]

[Special Audio Report] National Food Centre would be ‘Capitol’ idea for Cork

28th August 2014 By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan News that Minister for Food Simon Coveney is backing a National Food Centre for Cork City has been welcomed by businesses on the Grand Parade. The former Capitol Cineplex cinema has a strategic location on the Grand Parade, facing towards Washington Street, but it’s been vacant since 2005. […]

[Audio] Bottlehill “Superdump” could open sooner than expected

28th August 2014, Thursday 6pm By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The so-called Bottlehill “Superdump” in County Cork might open sooner than many anticipated. In recent days protests on the Northside of Cork City at the Country Clean waste facility escalated. However management of Country clean have now entered into “constructive dialogue” with the protest group. The […]

[Audio] Workmates of Anna Geary would be ‘Dell-ighted’ is she wins Rose of Tralee

19th August 2014 By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan @dellsoftware @annagcork Great to see #cork supporters in #tralee @Corks96FM @C103Cork #RoseofTralee pic.twitter.com/10ClohE7oJ — David O'Sullivan (@David_OSullivan) August 19, 2014 Excitement is building ahead of tonight’s final of the Rose of Tralee contest This year’s Cork Rose is Cork Camogie captain – and multiple All Ireland winner – […]

[Audio] Cork Senator breaks Govt silence on water metering

13th August 2014 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie A war of words has erupted between two Cork politicians over water charges. Independent County Councillor Marcia D’alton, and Labour Senator John GIlroy Cllr Maria Dalton wrote a letter to Irish Water saying her family would NOT be paying water charges, that letter was published in Yesterday’s Evening […]

[Audio] Plenty of Cork courses for Leaving Cert students

13th August 2014, 1pm By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan There are many options available for Leaving Cert students. That’s the message from Guidance Counsellors. Many people today have secure 6 A1’s and more! but other students have not secured the grades they believe they need for their chosen CAO course, or might be considering a FETAC […]