Munster Rugby helping with Internet safety

Munster Rugby helping with Internet safety

18 March 2015 By David O’Sullivan The Munster Rugby team are lining-out behind Trend Micro and tackling internet safety by supporting their 2015 “What’s Your Story?” video and poster competition. The competition will award up to €7,000 in prizes to young movie-makers and artists who share their learnings with those going online for the […]

65,000 spectators at Cork City Patricks Parade

18 March 2015 By Bryan Smyth The Cork St. Patrick’s Festival 2015 has come to a close, culminating in the spectacular festival parade and award ceremony. Some 65,000 spectators took to the city’s streets to cheer on more than 60 groups and 3000 parade participants who were taking part. Best Overall Entry was awarded […]

Cork clubs can apply for Sports Capital Programme

Cork clubs can apply for Sports Capital Programme

14 March 2015 By David O’Sullivan “Sports clubs in Cork should apply now for Sports Capital funding,” says Fine Gael Cork South West TD, Jim Daly. Deputy Daly was speaking after confirmation from the Minister for Sport, Michael Ring TD,that an extra €40 million has been secured for Sports Capital Programme in 2015. “It […]

AUDIO: Walkway named for Cork sports legend

12 March 2015 By David O’Sullivan Plans to rename a walkway near Fitzgerald Park in the City after a soccer legend have come to fruition. The Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Mary Shields, will finally unveil “The Noel Cantwell Walk” nameplate tomorrow morning. Back in October 2014 Cork City Council passed a resolution to […]

John B Keane lecture in Clonakilty

12 March 2015 By David O’Sullivan Billy Keane, son of famous playwright John B. Keane, is guest speaker at the March lecture organised by Dúchas Clonakilty Heritage. The event titled “The Life and Times of John B. Keane”, will take place at The ​Parish Centre, Clonakilty tonight at 8.30pm. One of Ireland’s most prolific […]

Cork Winner Of National Poetry Competition

10 March 2015 By Elaine Murphy A Co Cork man was named winner of the Ennis-based Caring for Carers Ireland National Poetry Competition 2015 at a ceremony in County Clare at the weekend. Patrick Holloway from Crosshaven beat off competition from all over Ireland to claim the top prize for his poem “A Little […]

Cork landmark buildings open to public

4 March 2015 By Elaine Murphy Open House Cork, a unique event which will exhibit the private and public architectural treasures of the city to the public over the course of a weekend, is reaching out to the people of Cork to get involved in what promises to be a very memorable experience. The […]

Lets go to the dogs!

4 March 2015 By David O’Sullivan There’s plenty happening at Curreheen Park Greyhound stadium this month. March sees the with the return of one of their biggest stakes of the year – The 2015 Pat Hennerty Sales Cork Oaks. Heats will kick off on Saturday 14th March with the big final scheduled for April […]