Graduate unemployment

Graduate unemployment

Fine Gael Innovation & Research Spokesperson Deirdre Clune TD has challenged Enterprise Minister Batt O’Keeffe TD to ‘ramp up’ the Government’s initiatives to tackle graduate unemployment. Minister O’Keeffe claims the Government has been pro-active in addressing the growing problem of graduate unemployment – but the reality is totally different. The Government has a target of […]

Sustainable Clonakilty

Clonakily’s “Energy Week 2010” which takes place from Today – Monday 18th – and runs ’til to Sunday 24th October in West Cork The programme was jointly launched by: Cllr. Kevin O’ Regan, Mayor of Clonakilty and Cllr. Jim Daly, Mayor of County Cork on Monday 4th October at The new Waterfront Complex (opposite Euro […]

Rathduff accident

Gardaí at Blarney are investigating a fatal road traffic collision that occurred at approximately 9.30am this morning, Friday 15th October 2010. It happened on the N20 near the village of Rathduff and involved an articulated truck and a car. The 41 year old male driver and sole occupant of the car was taken to Cork […]

Cork TD warns of diabetes dangers

Cork North West TD, Michael Creed has called for the implementation of a National foot screening programme as proposed by the Diabetes Federation of Ireland. Commenting on figures provided by the Diabetes Federation of Ireland, Deputy Creed said: “Diabetes is at an epidemic rate in this country with an estimated 150,000 sufferers. Diabetics are prone […]

New hospital opens in Mahon, Cork

New hospital opens in Mahon, Cork

Cork’s first private hospital for almost 90 years has been officially opened today by the Junior Minister for Trade and Commerce, Billy Kelleher. The Cork Medical Centre, at City Gate in Mahon, is described by its developers as the most advanced and best equipped hospital in Ireland. It boasts 75 single rooms, and a bank […]

Government limos must go, says Cllr Mick Barry

Socialist Party councillor Mick Barry this morning called for the abolition of the fleet of state cars used to ferry Government Ministers and ex-Taoisigh around the country as news emerged that the cost to the taxpayer this year would come to 5 million euro. There are currently 26 cars in the fleet including 7 Mercedes, […]

Cork City face Ballybofey

Cork City (no longer known as FORAS co-op) make the long trip to Ballybofey tomorrow night with manager Tommy Dunne facing somewhat of a selection headache, with the Rebel Army missing several players. Midfielder George O’Callaghan misses the trip as his partner is expecting their second child, while Eoghan Lougheed, Neal Horgan and Billy Woods […]

Water off in Doneraile

Cork County Council wishes to announce that due to a watermain break at Carrigeen, Doneraile, water will be turned off from 9am-4pm Friday October 15th next to facilitate repairs. The following locations will be without water for that period: Carrigeen & surrounding areas. Cork County Council regrets any inconvenience caused.

A stick in time saves nine – says Clune

THE HSE spent €239m treating food diseases in people with diabetes that could have been prevented if a screening services had been established according to the new diabetes advocacy group, Diabetes Action. The group, who recently launched their campaign ‘Half the Service, Half the Care’ have highlighted that the HSE could have saved over €200m, […]

Scrap ESB and Bord Gais Rebranding says Kathleen Lynch

Scrap ESB and Bord Gais Rebranding says Kathleen Lynch

Cork North Central TD Kathleen Lynch has called for a scrapping of the planned rebranding of Bord Gais and the ESB which is expected to cost €80 million and that this money be redirected to fight the current hardship being encounterd by their customers. The Labour TD was speaking in the Dail last night on […]