Exhibition Celebrating 120 Years of Irish Local Government on Display in Cork County Hall

Exhibition Celebrating 120 Years of Irish Local Government on Display in Cork County Hall

13 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork County Council is hosting an exhibition celebrating 120 years of Irish Local Government in Cork County Hall. The exhibition, which has been put together by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, will be available to view in the County Hall Foyer, until Friday 15th November, […]

CORK TOURISM: Spike Island is ‘Best Attraction’ in Prestigious ITTA Awards

CORK TOURISM: Spike Island is ‘Best Attraction’ in Prestigious ITTA Awards

6 November 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Spike Island has been named “Best Attraction” at the prestigious “International Travel and Tourism Awards” 2019, the ITTAs hosted at The Magazine in London yesterday evening. This recognition of the achievements of Cork County Council in the development of the former prison site into a world class visitor […]

Cork University Hospital is busy, very busy #Statement

Cork University Hospital is busy, very busy #Statement

6 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork University Hospital (CUH) has issued a statement this evening stating their facility has been exceptionally busy in recent weeks. “Due to this increased level of activity and subsequent admissions, it is regrettable that some patients may experience a delay in the ED. The increase in attendance is […]

Revenue seize over 39,000 cigarettes in Cork Airport

Revenue seize over 39,000 cigarettes in Cork Airport

4 November 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Today as part of an intelligence led operation, Revenue officers seized approximately 39,800 unstamped cigarettes when they stopped and searched a passenger’s checked in luggage on arrival in Cork Airport off a flight from Lagos, Nigeria via Paris. The ‘Benson & Hedges’ branded cigarettes have an estimated retail […]

Cork County Council and the Rubicon Centre launch Scale Cork Programme

Cork County Council and the Rubicon Centre launch Scale Cork Programme

4 November 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Cork County Council and the Rubicon Centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) have teamed up to provide Ireland’s first Scaling Programme for SMEs who are in the medtech, agritech and digital health sector. Scale Cork is a 9 month programme starting in January 2020, supported by Cork […]

SOCCER: Joe Gamble appointed Assistant Manager of Cork City FC

SOCCER: Joe Gamble appointed Assistant Manager of Cork City FC

2 November 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork City FC are delighted to announce the appointment of Joe Gamble as the club’s new Assistant Manager. The 37-year-old returns to the club having most recently coached at Waterford FC and Limerick FC, following his retirement as a player. Having played at youth level with City, he […]

FULL ARTICLE: Promising Future for first Master Graduates in Artificial Intelligence

FULL ARTICLE: Promising Future for first Master Graduates in Artificial Intelligence

30 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Leading the Way into a New Era of Artificial Intelligence Today (October, 30th) sees the graduation of the first full-time Masters in Artificial Intelligence (AI) class at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT). AI is the rapidly developing field of computer science which enables computers and machines to perform […]

TODAY: First graduating class of ‘MSc in Artificial Intelligence’

TODAY: First graduating class of ‘MSc in Artificial Intelligence’

30 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie For three days, starting today, more than 2,500 students will graduate from Cork Institute of Technology (CIT). The graduates will be numerous disciplines, including the first graduating class of MSc in Artificial Intelligence. The MSc in Artificial Intelligence is a remarkable success story with 122 MSc students currently […]

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

NEW BOOK: Features photos of 16 old Cork Cinemas

29 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Late October/Early November is one of the busiest times for book releases, as publishers vie to secure a place on the Christmas book market. “Irish Cinemas: A History in Photographs” is a pictorial record of 139 old Irish cinemas. Illustrated with over 200 photographs, it includes an assorted […]