Cork gets first female “County Sheriff” in Ireland

Cork gets first female “County Sheriff” in Ireland

12 March 2013 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork solicitor, Sinead McNamara has become the first female County Sheriff in Ireland. Ms. McNamara, originally from Cork City, but now living in Clonakilty, will be one of only four sheriffs in Ireland (two in Dublin and two in Cork), who combine the powers of Revenue Commissioners’ officials and county registrar. As Cork […]

Famous Cork Spiced beef distributed nationally

Famous Cork Spiced beef distributed nationally

30 October 2012 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie English Market Butchers secures national contract Tom Durcan Meats (based in Cork City Centre’s English Market), has secured a contract for €250,000 to exclusively supply SuperValu, Ireland’s leading independent supermarket network, with its award winning Spiced Beef, which is used in leading restaurants such as Chapter One. The […]

Outsourcing company SouthWestern appoints new COO

26th September 2012 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Irish owned outsourcing company SouthWestern has announced the appointment of David Grindle as its new Chief Operating Officer. Grindle has 15 years experience in leading international financial service operations and his appointment underlines SouthWestern’s intention to target new business in financial services, the public sector and the finance […]

2012 Cork City Adult Education Exhibition

30 August 2012 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie For over 30 years the Cork Adult Education Council (CAEC), supported by the City of Cork VEC and Cork City Council, has organised the annual Adult Education & Training Exhibition in City Hall. This year it takes place from Tuesday September 4 to Thursday September 6 and, […]

Cork City Council and County Council released reports on the floods

Cork City Council and County Council released reports on the floods

10 July 2012 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Both Cork City Council and County Council yesterday released their reports on the floods of Thursday, June 28th 2012. The County’s 23-page document focuses on Douglas, Glanmire and Clonakilty while the City’s 11-page report looks at Blackpool and Ballyvolane. Many Northside Cllrs feel that Ballyvolane isin’t getting the […]

Travelling/Mobile Commissioner for Oaths service now available in Cork

Travelling/Mobile Commissioner for Oaths service now available in Cork

5 June 2012 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork businessman David O’Sullivan has launched an innovative travelling/mobile service for his role as a Commissioner for Oaths. The service makes life easier for anybody who needs to have legal documentation witnessed/executed. Mr O’Sullivan said, “You may have a document that needs the signature from a Commissioner of Oaths, Peace […]

Ireland’s New Consular Corps is based in Cork

30th May 2012 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Ambassadors and representives from more than a dozen countries were in Cork today for the launch of The “Ireland Consular Corps” which is new organisation headquartered in Cork. It aims to facilitate communication between the 74 Honorary Consuls across Ireland, 14 of whom are located in Cork. […]

George Boole House – No 5 Grenville Place, Cork City – remains in state of disrepair

George Boole House – No 5 Grenville Place, Cork City – remains in state of disrepair

31 October 2010 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Mick Murphy, the Green Party Spokesperson for Community Development today said “It is a sad reflection on Cork City Council that in the week that Ireland hosted a Web Summit… the former home of the father of computer science, Professor George Boole may be about to fall […]

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