Cork County Council loses another function

16 July 2012 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Editorial: Councils across Ireland are voting themselves out of existence as their race to become like the Seanad. Cork County Council already dumped its waste collection business. It will lose water to “Irish Water”, and now it has lost its role in waste collection permits. A QUANGO called […]

Cork Commissioner for Oaths launches innovative mobile service

Cork Commissioner for Oaths launches innovative mobile service

5 June 2012 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork businessman David O’Sullivan has launched an innovative travelling/mobile service for his role as a Commissioner for Oaths. The service makes life easier for anybody who needs to have legal documentation witnessed/executed. Mr O’Sullivan said, “You may have a document that needs the signature from a Commissioner of Oaths, Peace […]

Ireland’s New Consular Corps is based in Cork

30th May 2012 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Ambassadors and representives from more than a dozen countries were in Cork today for the launch of The “Ireland Consular Corps” which is new organisation headquartered in Cork. It aims to facilitate communication between the 74 Honorary Consuls across Ireland, 14 of whom are located in Cork. An […]

Three car accident on Carrs Hill, Carrigaline

By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie 31 October 2010 Gardai in Carrigaline in Cork are investigating a 3 car fatal road traffic collision which occurred at Carr’s Hill, in Douglas at approximately 6.30am this morning – 31st October 2010. 2 males (believed to be in their mid 20’s) who were travelling in the same car were pronounced […]

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