Cork County Council concerned about lifesaving Ringbuoys being stolen

Cork County Council concerned about lifesaving Ringbuoys being stolen

9 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Cork County Council and Irish Water Safety are asking members of the public to safeguard our Ringbuoys and ensure that they are not interfered with, or damaged, in order to help reduce the number of drowning incidents. The placement of Ringbuoys at many locations throughout Ireland saves lives. […]

Joe Dolan Tribute and City of Cork Male Voice Choir unite in aid of Mercy Hospital Foundation

Joe Dolan Tribute and City of Cork Male Voice Choir unite in aid of Mercy Hospital Foundation

8 March 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie St. Finbarr’s National Hurling and Football Club, Togher will host Ireland’s favourite Joe Dolan Tribute act and the City of Cork Male Voice Choir on Sunday, March 20th, in a musical night not to be missed, in aid of the Mercy Hospital Foundation. Paschal Brennan, together with his […]

Water pressure IS improving in Kildorrery, Co. Cork – says Irish Water

Water pressure IS improving in Kildorrery, Co. Cork – says Irish Water

7 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Irish Water have confirmed that following on from works carried out by the utility in partnership with Cork County Council, there have been significant improvements to water pressure in the village of Kildorrery, Co. Cork. Irish Water has been working with the community in Kildorrery to resolve historic […]

Irish Cancer Society needs Daffodil Day volunteers in Ballyvolane, Bishopstown, and Mahon

Irish Cancer Society needs Daffodil Day volunteers in Ballyvolane, Bishopstown, and Mahon

7 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Today the Irish Cancer Society, with lead partner Dell, urgently appeals for volunteers in Cork city and the suburbs of Ballyvolane, Bishopstown and Mahon, on Saturday March 12th for their Daffodil Day 2016 collections. If you are based in those areas with some time to volunteer please call […]

Cancer remains leading cause of death and illness in Cork

Cancer remains leading cause of death and illness in Cork

7 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Facts & Figures from the report Irish Life, one of Ireland’s largest life insurance companies, has published its annual claims report which shows that cancer remained the leading cause of death and illness in Co Cork during 2015. Over €12.7 million was paid out in Life Insurance and […]

Disability group questions the accessibility of new Clonakilty streetscape

6 March 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie The Clonakilty Access Group is calling a public meeting at 8pm this Monday evening 7th March at The Quality Hotel, to discuss current issues of access for people with mobility challenges around Clonakilty’s new town centre streetscapes. #Clonakilty is open! Drivethru Main Street! pic.twitter.com/khSMprJwQR — Clona Holiday Homes […]

Cork office of Dell hosts fundraiser night for Irish Cancer Society

Cork office of Dell hosts fundraiser night for Irish Cancer Society

3 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Dell will host a charity casino night called ‘Ocean’s 16’ at Cork International Hotel on March 4th to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society. Dell is hosting the fundraiser as part of its longstanding partnership with the Society on Daffodil Day. The Hotel is located inside the […]

Unserviced boilers are putting lives at risk in Council Houses – says Cllr

Unserviced boilers are putting lives at risk in Council Houses – says Cllr

3 March 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Fianna Fail City Cork City Cllr Kenneth N. O’Flynn has  major concerns regarding boiler services in Cork City. In response to a question put forward to the Chief Executive of the City Council, it was confirmed that over 4,000 boilers were serviced in 2015 despite the fact that […]

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