Irish Elections Betting

Irish Elections Betting

28 November 2019 By Tom Collins news@TheCork.ie Irish voters are slowly preparing for the next election year and general elections that should be held on or before Saturday, April 10, 2021. However, before the general elections, they are faced with bye-elections on November 29, 2019. In a country with a population of over 4 million […]

Cork City Hall to celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility in 2020

Cork City Hall to celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility in 2020

28 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork City Council will celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility, or TDOV, for the first time in 2020. TDOV is an annual event that takes place worldwide on March 31st that’s ‘dedicated to celebrating transgender people, raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people around the world, and celebrating […]

Junior Minister wants Irish Water works in town YET at same time doesn’t want disruption to Christmas shopping

Junior Minister wants Irish Water works in town YET at same time doesn’t want disruption to Christmas shopping

27 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie “While I fought hard for this €14 million investment in the town – and we know you cannot make an omelette without breaking a few eggs – we must be respectful of the residents, and businesses alike, to ensure the works are planned in a way that will […]

Moynihan raises safety concerns about N22 junctions

Moynihan raises safety concerns about N22 junctions

27 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie New measures needed to cope with increasing traffic volumes Fianna Fáil TD for Cork North West Aindrias Moynihan has called on the Transport Minister to examine new measures to make the N22 between Macroom and Ballincollig safer. This issue has been raised numerous times with National Transport Authority […]

A unique opportunity to WALK through the Jack Lynch Tunnel

A unique opportunity to WALK through the Jack Lynch Tunnel

27 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The Jack Lynch Tunnel – Ireland’s first immersed tube tunnel – opened to traffic in 1999 and now carries approximately 68,000 vehicles per day. The construction of the tunnel transformed Cork City’s transport network and has since played a vital role in the development of the wider metropolitan […]

Targeting luxury travel business for Cork and Ireland in France

Targeting luxury travel business for Cork and Ireland in France

27 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie A luxury travel networking event took place in France last week Speaking on the day a Tourism Ireland spokersperson said Organised by Tourism Ireland, the event involves four Irish tourism companies – including Hayfield Manor – meeting, and doing business with, ten French travel agents who specialise in […]

Irish Defence Forces “need their own pay commission” – says Government Senator

Irish Defence Forces “need their own pay commission” – says Government Senator

27 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie The Defence Forces should have their own pay agreement, independent of other sectors of the public service, Cork Senator Colm Burke has said. Senator Burke said: “At a time when our economy is resurgent and there is fierce competition in the labour market, we need to recognise the […]

Would you like a Christmas Cake baked in Balineen, West Cork?

Would you like a Christmas Cake baked in Balineen, West Cork?

27 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Susan Robbins Fehily’s Wildberry gluten-free bakery in Balineen, West Cork, was awarded the best-tasting Christmas product of 2019 for her Jewelled Christmas Cake at the recent Irish Quality Food & Drink Awards. This deliciously fruity, crumbly cake is made by hand, in the traditional manner, using only the […]

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