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 […]

Oedipus comes to Cork

Oedipus comes to Cork

Arguably the most toured production in Irish theatre history, Pan Pan Theatre’s individual take on the enduring myth of Oedipus is finally coming home with a highly–anticipated National tour, which kicks off at Cork’s Granary Theatre on Thursday 4 November and runs for just 3 performances before it continues on to Galway and Limerick. Oedipus […]

Cork City FC v Salthill Devon preview

Cork City FC v Salthill Devon preview

Cork City will be looking to bounce back from last week’s surprise defeat to Salthill Devon and end the season with a win, as they travel to take on Wexford Youths tomorrow night. City have met Wexford on three occasions this season, once in the EA Sports Cup and twice in the League, and have […]

Cork Entrepreneurs have New York in the palm of their hand

Cork Entrepreneurs have New York in the palm of their hand

In Hand Guides (IHG), an Irish company based in Cork providing low cost embedded audio players, and Twin America who operate CitySights NY and Gray Line New York, today (Friday 29th October 2010) announced a partnership. Under the terms of the deal, which was secured with support from Enterprise Ireland’s New York Office, In Hand […]

Cork Support Group for Strokes to be launched

Cork Support Group for Strokes to be launched

A Stroke Support Group for adults living with the experience of stroke and their carers is being launched in Cork in the Clarion Hotel on November 3rd, 6.30pm -9.00pm. The evening, chaired by Anne Riordan of the Irish Heart Foundation, will be informative and of interest to patients, relatives, health care workers or any member […]

An open letter from Dan Boyle to Cork Flood victims

An open letter from Dan Boyle to Cork Flood victims

Dear Resident, The flooding experienced in parts of Cork last November was a disaster that every citizen hopes won’t revisit our city again. The Green Party as part of government will do everything possible to help those affected by the disaster and I welcome any suggestions you may have to ensure a repeat of this […]

UCC is the “EndoVe” of other Colleges

UCC is the “EndoVe” of other Colleges

The results of the first clinical trial of a new endoscopic device, developed by Cork Cancer Research Centre in UCC, will be revealed today, October 28, 2010 at a seminar in Dublin.  The device allows chemotherapeutic drugs to be delivered in a localised way for colorectal tumours, including currently inoperable ones. It is one of seven […]

CIT Conferrings

CIT Conferrings

More that 2,500 students will Graduate from Cork Institute of Technology, over a two-day period, Today (Thursday 28th) and Friday 29th. These are the most important days in the Institute’s Annual Calendar – on Thursday, October 28th, from 10am, students from the Departments of Accounting & Information Systems, Tourism & Hospitality, Management & Marketing, Social […]

Cork students still waiting for grants

Cork students still waiting for grants

Cork City Council has yet to make a single payment under the Higher Education Grant Scheme this year, with the majority of claimants waiting until December or even later for their first instalment. In response to a question from Sinn Fein Councillor Fiona Kerins, the City Manager also revealed that of 574 new applications received […]

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