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Category / AREA: CORK CITY
11th December 2014 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Aldi have opened a new store today in Ireland’s tallest building, the landmark Elysian in Cork’s city centre. With a shop floor spanning 996m² and free customer car parking (with a purchase), the new store will be Aldi’s 18th in Co. Cork. Aldi currently operates stores at Blackrock, Blackpool, Charleville,... Read More
9th December 2014, Wednesday By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The IrelandSkills National Competition will take place at Cork Institute of Technology from tomorrow, December 9th and continue until December 12th. There will be competitions in ten skills including Carpentry, Plasterwork, Automobile Technology and Electrical Installation. A number of the winners at national level will go... Read More
8 December 2014, 6pm By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork based printing company, Lettertec Ireland Ltd have won an Irish Print Award in the Print Finishing category for its book “Celebrating 21 years of the Cork Person of the Year Awards”. Lettertec faced strong competition from printing companies and specialist print finishers from Dublin and... Read More
5th December 2014 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie 400gms of cocaine, with an estimated street value of €28,000 were seized yesterday (04/12/14), at a house in Cork City. The drugs which originated in South Africa, were concealed in a shipment of sandals. A 22 year old Nigerian female were arrested and is currently detained under drug... Read More
5th December 2014 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie With the imminent retirement of the School Traffic Warden, parents have expressed concern that the area on Knockpogue Ave in Farranree which has one Secondary School and 2 Primary Schools and is subject to very heavy traffic at school time will be left without a School Traffic Warden.... Read More
1st December 2014 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie People interested in the history of Cork City and Harbour have the chance to view historic maps, charts and plans this week. A free exhibition with rare maps from the 1700’s onwards has gone on display at the “Ivan Wolfe Gallery” in Monkstown. The exhibition includes rare... Read More