CORK CITY: Green Party give Green light to ‘directly elected Mayor’ concept

CORK CITY: Green Party give Green light to ‘directly elected Mayor’ concept

4 April 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The Green Party in Cork has welcomed detailed policy proposals for a directly-elected mayor and backed a Yes vote in the up-coming referendum. The party’s candidate in the Cork City North East ward and spokesperson on political reform, Oliver Moran, had been among those most vocally calling for […]

BIS students’ talents published in 21st Anniversary Anthology

BIS students’ talents published in 21st Anniversary Anthology

3 April 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Each year the Business Information Systems (BIS) programme in UCC invites students to showcase their creative work, and to express those sides of themselves less visible in their academic studies, in its annual Anthology publication which this year is celebrating its 21st anniversary. Recent research by LinkedIn.com has […]

GOLF: Cork Business Association’s annual Presidents Cup

GOLF: Cork Business Association’s annual Presidents Cup

2 April 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Cork Business Association’s annual Presidents Cup will take place in the stunning surrounds of Cork Golf Club on Thursday 23 May 2019. The prestigious championship golf course is routed through exceptional golfing terrain incorporating old limestone quarries and the inner reaches of Cork Harbour, so it really […]

Mental health regulator to host public event in Cork

Mental health regulator to host public event in Cork

1 April 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie A Cork employee of Ireland’s mental health regulator is encouraging people from across the county to attend a special open forum event in The Metropole Hotel on Tuesday, April 2nd, to discuss the future regulation of Ireland’s mental health services. Bantry native, Brian O’Sullivan, who works in the […]

Apartments in Cork City Centre for social housing

Apartments in Cork City Centre for social housing

29 March 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork City Council, in collaboration with Cluid Housing Association, has announced the purchase of a ‘turnkey’ multi-unit central city residential scheme at Leeside, Bachelor’s Quay, as a part of the Rebuilding Ireland programme. The riverside scheme, which has been acquired by Cluid, comprises 72 homes that are available […]