45,000 people will travel through Cork Airport this October Bank Holiday (#GuinnessCorkJazz) weekend

45,000 people will travel through Cork Airport this October Bank Holiday (#GuinnessCorkJazz) weekend

25 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork Airport is preparing for one of its busiest weekends of the year, with over 45,000 expected to travel through Ireland’s fastest growing and most punctual airport this October Bank Holiday weekend. The busiest day for both arrivals and departures at the Airport will be Thursday, October 24, as […]

New campaign highlights role Cork County Council plays in daily lives across the county

New campaign highlights role Cork County Council plays in daily lives across the county

23 October 2019 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork County council wants everyone in County Cork to be more aware of the range of services they provide and how the public benefits from those services and supports. County Hall, Cork Pic: Daragh McSweeney/ProvisionIn a recent survey carried out on behalf of the National Oversight and Audit […]

Prince Albert II of Monaco supports Royal Cork Yacht Club 300th anniversary #Cork300 #Sailing #Sport

Prince Albert II of Monaco supports Royal Cork Yacht Club 300th anniversary #Cork300 #Sailing #Sport

21 October 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Monaco and Cork partner on Cork300 celebrations HSH Prince Albert II launches Cork300 at Yacht Club de Monaco His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco (who also serves as President of Yacht Club de Monaco_, hosted a special event last weekend (19 October) for organisers of Cork300 […]

TOXIC DUMP TURNED INTO PUBLIC PARK: Haulbowline Remediation Up for Engineers Ireland Project of the Year

TOXIC DUMP TURNED INTO PUBLIC PARK: Haulbowline Remediation Up for Engineers Ireland Project of the Year

21 October 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The East Tip Haulbowline Island Remediation Project completed by Cork County Council, RPS Consulting Engineers, PJ Hegarty & Sons and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has been shortlisted for the Engineering Project of the Year 2019. The remediation project on the East tip of Haulbowline […]

University College Cork re-names existing historic bridge “The Alumni Bridge”

University College Cork re-names existing historic bridge “The Alumni Bridge”

20 October 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie This bridge is unrelated to the new Cavanagh Bridge, which was also named recently Generations have walked over it and now it has name, as University College Cork (UCC) has named the historic bridge at its ceremonial gate ‘the Alumni Bridge.’ The university’s ornate entrance gate and the […]

FREE PARKING: continues in Douglas

FREE PARKING: continues in Douglas

17 October 2019 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Cork City Council’s Douglas parking promotion, which began in September, remains in place this month. One hour free on-street parking is still available from Monday to Saturday in Douglas. Parking has always been free on Sundays in publically owned areas (Caution: East Village and the Woolen Mills are […]