Hotel announces ‘Artist in Residence programme’ #Marketing #PRIdeas

Hotel announces ‘Artist in Residence programme’ #Marketing #PRIdeas

24 May 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Inspired by the bustling streets, arts, vibrancy and culture of the city of Cork, The Kingsley, the deluxe 4-star hotel on the banks of the River Lee has launched their ‘Artist in Residence programme’. The brainchild of General Manager of the hotel, Fergal Harte, the programme was created […]

Dump transformed into public park – Tramore Park, Cork City

Dump transformed into public park – Tramore Park, Cork City

23 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Lord Mayor Cllr. Mick Finn performed the official opening of the 70 hectare Tramore Valley Park this afternoon. The park has been developed on the site of the former Kinsale Road landfill, which operated from 1963 to 2009. Waste deposited at the facility included: municipal solid waste, commercial […]

Enterprising Hotel advertises ‘pre-baby’ breaks #Packages #NewMarkets #Marketing

Enterprising Hotel advertises ‘pre-baby’ breaks #Packages #NewMarkets #Marketing

22 May 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Rock-a-hi-baby – prepare for the arrival of your little one with two gorgeous pre-baby breaks at Fota Island Resort A world away from the hustle and bustle, but just 8 miles from the city of Cork, there’s no better place to celebrate those precious weeks before the arrival of your little […]

Slots Rules – How to Play Online Slots

Slots Rules – How to Play Online Slots

21 May 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Blackjack, poker, baccarat, roulette, and slots are the biggest and most popular games you can find on casino portals like online-casino.ie. When it comes to the first four, there are more than a few rules one should follow when playing them and a variety of basic strategies that […]

Trainer Aidan O’Brien Continues to Dominate on the Flat with a Tenth 2,000 Guineas Winner

Trainer Aidan O’Brien Continues to Dominate on the Flat with a Tenth 2,000 Guineas Winner

20 May 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Ballydoyle trainer Aidan O’Brien continues to set extremely high standards, and the 49-year old broke yet another record at the beginning of May when saddling his tenth 2,000 Guineas winner. It’s the third consecutive year that the County Tipperary-handler has been victorious in the Group 1, and it’s unlikely to be his last. […]

VIDEO: What connection did JOHNNY CASH have to Cork?

VIDEO: What connection did JOHNNY CASH have to Cork?

17 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie There is a long history of American’s singing about Ye Olde Ireland (e.g. Bing Crosby) but did you know Johnny Cash not only sang about Ireland, he went so far as to actually write about the Emerald Isle which mentions Skibbereen and Cork! The song was called ‘Forty […]

Joint Committee on Public Petitions to consider a petition dealing with the weir at Fermoy on the River Blackwater

Joint Committee on Public Petitions to consider a petition dealing with the weir at Fermoy on the River Blackwater

7 May 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Joint Committee on Public Petitions will consider a Petition No. P00038/18 petition dealing with damage to the Fermoy weir in public session tomorrow, Wednesday, May 8 in Committee Room 1 at 2.30pm. Petitioner Mr Paul Kavanagh and Angler Mr Tommy Lawton will appear before the committee. This […]