Cork South Central Fianna Fáil T.D. Michael McGrath has welcomed the news that the College of Commerce in Cork City and three second-level Cork schools have received high speed broadband access under the Government’s €13 million Broadband to Schools Scheme. The Renewed Programme for Government sets out that the scheme will extend to all second-level... Read More
Cork County Council wishes to announce that due to a break in the water main at Kilmagoura, Newtownshandrum, the supply of water will be turned off from 3pm today Monday 04th October until approximately 1pm tomorrow Tuesday 05th October to facilitate repairs. Clarsons Cross to Kilmagoura. will be without water for that period: The County... Read More
4 October 2010 By Bryan T. Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie The North Cork Enterprise Board North will hold a Business Information and Speed Networking Evening for local Business Owners, on: Wednesday 13th October 2010 In Mallow GAA Complex At 6.30 p.m. admission is free ” Speed networking ” involves delegates having short 3 minute conversations with otherindividuals... Read More
EBS Building Society today announced details of a national award scheme that has been designed to celebrate local heroes in Cork and across the country. This year one local group, club or cause per EBS office will receive €500 in funding from the EBS Community Fund. In addition to this one Community Fund recipient from... Read More
Cork County Council says that due to a break in the watermain at Rockview, Doneraile, water will be turned off from 9am-5pm to facilitate repairs today. Rockview, Mallow Road & surrounding areas will be without water for that period. The County Council appologiese for any inconvenience.
Minister O’Keeffe announces 50 extra jobs in top provider of commercial information ‘Dun & Bradstreet to employ 150 workers in Dublin business centre before end of next year’ – Minister The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Cork TD Batt O’Keeffe today announces that a top US provider of commercial information is to create an... Read More
Some 2G Vodafone Ireland customers in the Cork area experienced intermittent difficulty making and receiving calls and sending text messages this morning due to a technical failure. The 3G service was not affected. Service was quickly restored to all areas. Vodafone says it apologises for any inconvenience caused to those customers affected.
2 October 2010 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Labour Women are gathering in Cork today to prepare for the general election to build on Labour’s surging support, as again confirmed by the most recent opinion poll. ‘As part of the election activities Labour’s women are gathering in Cork for a Skills Seminar. This event is part... Read More