West Cork roads “falling apart”

Councillors in West Cork insist they are doing all they can to improve the N71. The national road is the main artery to the City from Bandon, Clonakilty, Rosscarbery, Skibbereen, and Bantry However, Cork County Council and Town Councils say their “hands are tied” and that the “N-R-A” are responsible for funding National Roads. Mayor […]

Cork City Team News v Monaghan United

Cork City will be looking to get their first league win of the season tomorrow night as they face Monaghan United at Turner’s Cross.**** Monaghan are bottom of the table, level on points with City, going into the game, and City manager Tommy Dunne told *CorkCityFC.net* that his side will have to do the basics […]

Cork Person of the Month is Mary O’Donovan

Cork Person of the Month is Mary O’Donovan

26th March 2012 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Mary O’Donovan who co-founded Scoil Mhuire, Wellington Road, Cork, sixty years ago, was presented with a Cork Person of the Month award to mark her unique contribution to education in Cork. At 88 years of age, she is still involved with Scoil Mhuire which must make her the […]

Cork City Council opposes sale of state assets

Cork City Council has passed a motion opposing sale of state assets. The Government hopes to raise 3 billion euro by selling parts of the ESB, Bord Gais, and other assets. A third of the money raised would go towards job creation, and the remaining 2 billion will be used to pay back European debt. […]

Patrick’s Day Parade Programme launched

Up to 70,000 people from are expected to visit Cork City for this years Saint Patrick’s Festival The highlight will be the Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday the 17th of March. There will be other attractions on Sunday the 18th and Monday the 19th, making it into a three day festival The theme of the […]

Review of legislation on prostitution welcome – Clune

Fine Gael Cork Senator Deirdre has today (Monday) welcomed the announcement from Minister Shatter that a review of legislation on prostitution is to commence shortly.  The Minister has ensured everything that can reasonably be done to combat the exploitation of vulnerable persons through prostitution and human trafficking will be done. The law on prostitution is […]

Government continues to sit on Keane Report as mortgage arrears crisis deepens – McGrath

Government continues to sit on Keane Report as mortgage arrears crisis deepens – McGrath Govt received Keane report on 28 Sept 2011 and still no strategy announced Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath has said the latest mortgage arrears statistics published by the Central Bank today underline once again the lack of a decisive Government […]

RBS 6 Nations and Triple Crown Trophies arrive in Cork

Young rugby players and fans from Colaiste Craoibhinn in Fermoy had a special sneak preview today of the prestigious RBS 6 Nations Trophy and Triple Crown courtesy of Ulster Bank, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS), sponsors of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. Guests of honour were Munster and Ireland stalwarts, Alan […]

A busy year for Crosshaven RNLI

Crosshaven Lifeboat is one of the busiest in the country. The inshore boat launched 48 times last year , and assisted 43 people. The R-N-L-I have released their 2011 statistics They put Crosshaven as the second busiest just behind Howth lifeboat station in Dublin which had just two more launches. The R-N-L-I is a charity […]