Now is the time to apply for Arts Funding from Cork County Council

Now is the time to apply for Arts Funding from Cork County Council

30 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork County Council has announced details of its 2020 funding for the Arts. There are a total of eight schemes with funding available to support a wide range of arts activity, including opportunities for Arts Organisations, Festivals, Community Groups, Schools and Artists seeking funding for projects and activities […]

SAILING: Royal Cork Yacht Club opens entries for ‘Volvo Cork Week 2020’

SAILING: Royal Cork Yacht Club opens entries for ‘Volvo Cork Week 2020’

30 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Bumper fleets expected to attend prestigious international regatta incorporating Irish Cruiser Racing Association National Championships as part of historic club’s tricentenary celebrations The Royal Cork Yacht Club, the oldest yacht club in the world, haslaunched its online entry system for the prestigious Volvo Cork Week 2020 regatta which […]

EAST CORK: €16,000 funding for Cobh Mall Beach

EAST CORK: €16,000 funding for Cobh Mall Beach

30 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork East Fine Gael TD and Minister of State at the Department of Justice, David Stanton, has welcomed confirmation that funding of €16,000 for the restoration of access to the Cobh Mall Beach. The money has been allocated under the Department of Rural and Community Development’s 2019 Outdoor […]

Castlemartyr Relief Road Feasibility Study Expected to Conclude by December 2019 – David Stanton

Castlemartyr Relief Road Feasibility Study Expected to Conclude by December 2019 – David Stanton

30 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The anticipated conclusion by Cork County Council of a feasibility study of an N25 relief road around Castlemartyr has been welcomed by Cork East Fine Gael TD and Minister of State at the Department of Justice and Equality, David Stanton. Cork County Council (CCC) have received funding from […]

How Surfers Pick out Their Surfboards?

How Surfers Pick out Their Surfboards?

30 November 2019 By Tom Collins news@TheCork.ie Very few legal things can give you the same exhilarating rush as surfing, which is why you’ll often find that to any surfing enthusiast, tackling those waves isn’t just something that they halfheartedly do. It’s something they plan for, anticipate, and work hard at. When it comes to […]

EAST CORK: ‘Do Not Consume’ notice lifted for Belvelly and Ticknock with immediate effect

EAST CORK: ‘Do Not Consume’ notice lifted for Belvelly and Ticknock with immediate effect

29 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Following consultation and in agreement with the HSE, Irish Water and Cork County Council can confirm that the Do Not Consume Notice for customers in the Belvelly and Ticknock area has been lifted with immediate effect. The notice was issued for 76 properties in Belvelly served by a […]

When is GLOW Cork open?

When is GLOW Cork open?

29 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie GLOW, A Cork Christmas Celebration on the Grand Parade which last year was attended by over 160,000 visitors has begun and will run every weekend until Sunday December 22nd. The festival is organised by Cork City Council. As part of GLOW, people can enjoy fantastic views of Cork […]

HEALTH POLTICS: Cork based Fianna Fail spokesperson says “More than 4,000 children waiting for an assessment”

HEALTH POLTICS: Cork based Fianna Fail spokesperson says “More than 4,000 children waiting for an assessment”

29 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Overdue Assessment of Need appointments rise by almost 15% in six months – says Cork TD Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Disability Margaret Cork based Margaret Murphy O’Mahony TD says the increase in the number of overdue assessment of need appointments is major cause for concern for parents and […]

#CSR: Cork headquartered Heineken Ireland wins Sustainability Project Impact Award at Bord Bia’s Food and Drink Awards

#CSR: Cork headquartered Heineken Ireland wins Sustainability Project Impact Award at Bord Bia’s Food and Drink Awards

29 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Heineken Ireland – which is headquartered in Cork City, due to it taking over the Murphy’s Lady’s Well brewery – has been named as winner of the Sustainability Project Impact Award at Bord Bia’s prestigious Food and Drink Awards. The award recognises companies that have planned and executed […]

Policy needed on bank handling of mortgages in relationship breakdown – McGrath

Policy needed on bank handling of mortgages in relationship breakdown – McGrath

29 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath TD has called on the banking industry to put in place an industry-wide policy on how to address the issues that arise for mortgage customers who have experienced relationship breakdown. Deputy McGrath commented, “The breakdown of a relationship, including marital separation, […]