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The Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) has said that the preliminary report into last month’s fatal air crash at Cork Airport, published today by the Irish Air Accident Investigation Unit, raises very serious questions about the regulatory environment in European aviation. Captain Evan Cullen, President of IALPA, said, “This is a difficult day for the... Read More
Cork City will be aiming to return to winning ways as they face Munster rivals Limerick at Turner’s Cross. City drew one all away to Mervue last week, and manager Tommy Dunne told CorkCityFC.net that his side must learn from the concession of an equaliser: “We do not want to dwell on the result, but... Read More
A student from Schull Community College, in West Cork, has been putting a smile on people’s faces with his project entitled ‘Free Happiness’. The project was awarded funding from O2 and Headstrong’s national ‘Think Big’ project which is about making a difference to young people’s mental health. To date, Ethan Lawlor, 16 years has arranged... Read More
County Cork has a new Mayor and three new councillors! Three new , Fine Gael County Councillors were co-opted today at the Council Meeting in County Hall. It follows the recent election of a number of councillors to Dail Eireann and the dual manadate rule which forbids a TD from also occupying a Council seat... Read More
Cork City travel to Fahy’s Field to take on Mervue United in the first League of Ireland game to take place at the Galway venue. Tommy Dunne’s side continued their good form of recent weeks as they kicked off the season with a 1-0 win over Wexford Youths, courtesy of a goal from Vinny Sullivan,... Read More
A man will appear in court today in connection with an arson attack on a Garda gatso van outside Blarney. Members of the force arrested the man earlier today in relation to the attack on the van at Primrose Hill near Tower, Blarney, Co Cork in August 2009. The man is expected to be brought... Read More
THIS IS RUGBY COUNTRY: Neil Francis, Paul Wallace, Bernard Jackman and Alan Quinlan, pictured at the Guinness Rugby Supporters Event in the Old Oak in Cork last week, are asking Irish Rugby supporters to ‘Play Your Part’ by logging onto the Guinness Rugby Supporters’ Facebook Page and join the thousands of other fans in declaring... Read More
According to Cork City Council the natural cycle of High Tides for the following days is predicted as follows : Saturday 19th February 2011 06.04 18.24 Sunday 20th February 2011 06.47 19.06 A tidal surge & strong south to south easterly winds are predicted for Sunday morning. These factors combined will increase the tide levels... Read More
Cork City are pleased to announce the signing of Derek O’Brien. O’Brien, 31, joins the club from Galway United, and has also had previous spells with St. Patrick’s Athletic and Sligo Rovers. The winger, who signed for the club this morning, said he is pleased to have signed: “Being from Kerry, Cork City is a... Read More
Cork County Council has today (14th February 2011) awarded a total of €156,700 under the Arts Grant Scheme 2011. The grants have been given to 87 different groups and individual artists in County Cork. Welcoming the allocations, Cllr. John Paul O’ Shea (Ind) said “the commitment of Cork County Council to allocate grants to these... Read More
Cork City will be in competitive action for the first time in 2011, as they take on Waterford United at the RSC on Sunday in the Munster Senior Cup. City boss Tommy Dunne, already without long-term injury Stephen Mulcahy (groin) who is sidelined until April, must plan for the fixture without the services of Greg... Read More