Martin calls on FG and Labour to reverse decision on Cork garda station closures

Cork South Central Fianna Fáil TD Micheál Martin has appealed to Fine Gael and Labour to reverse their ‘dangerous decision’ to shut down 7 garda stations in Cork this week. Deputy Martin was speaking ahead of a Dáil debate on a Fianna Fáil motion calling on the Justice Minister not to shut down 100 garda […]

Socialist Party Cork City Councillor defends anti property tax protest

Socialist Party councillor Mick Barry this morning defended the aims and actions of anti-property tax campaigners who forced the cancellation of last night’s meeting of Cork City Council. He said: “The property tax is an unjust tax which will be used to fund the bank bailout and payments to bondholders. The campaigners sent a clear […]

Cork Council protest was about democracy – Cllr. Tynan

Workers’ Party Councillor Ted Tynan has said that last night’s protest by anti-household charge and property tax protesters was completely justified because councillors from the major parties have consistently supported austerity and the imposition of unfair charges on working people and their families. Cllr. Tynan, who called for a referendum on the banking bailout, said […]

MINISTER PRESENTS FIRST NEW DRIVING LICENCES

Aoife Murphy from Blarney, Co. Cork and Daniela Reicke from Cork City were among the first drivers in the country to receive the new licence, having recently passed their driving test. Almost 6,000 new plastic card licences have issued to drivers this week following the changeover from paper licences to plastic card licences on 19th […]

GeoDirectory records 1% increase in new buildings in Cork in 2012

The total number of new residential and commercial buildings recorded in Cork City and County in 2012 was 1,576 according to new figures released today by GeoDirectory. The figures represent a year on year increase of 1% compared to 2011, when 1,543 new buildings were added. The 1,576 new buildings identified in Cork City and […]

PORT OF CORK SEES INCREASE IN TRADE TRAFFIC IN 2012

The Port of Cork Company today announced end of year trade traffic results for 2012, showing a total of 9.05 million tonnes. This is an increase of 2% compared to 2011 figures and it is the first time traffic figures in the Port have surpassed 9 million tonnes since 2008. 2012 was a very challenging […]

Cork Penny Dinners figure is January Cork Person of Month

Caitriona Twomey of Cork Penny Dinners is January Cork Person of Month Cork Penny Dinners has been serving meals to people in need in Cork since the 1840’s, and volunteer Caitriona Twomey, one of the leading organisers, received a Person of the Month award to mark her own unique contribution and as a representative of […]

Construction of Blarney Garda Station

At a public meeting in Rathduff last night (Thursday), Fine Gael Cork North Central Deputy, Dara Murphy, confirmed that a Letter of Intent will be signed next week for construction of a new Garda station in Blarney to serve the people of Blarney, Rathduff and Grenagh. Deputy Murphy established the fact having spoken to the […]

Cork City Garda Station Closures

Four Garda Stations in Cork City Division will close to the public namely McCurtain Street, Mallow Road and Rathduff on 31st January 2013 and Barrack Street shortly afterwards. Chief Superintendent Michael Finn, Cork City informed us ‘I confirm that there will be no reduction in the Garda service provided in Cork City as a result […]

PIC: West Cork Typo on Garda.ie

PIC: West Cork Typo on Garda.ie

As rural Garda Stations close it seems that Timoleague has been the latest victim as it’s not listed on the Garda.ie website. Well not quite! It is incorrectly listed as Trimoleague 🙂

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