Sports stars launch new Audi in Cork

Sports stars launch new Audi in Cork

30th September 2013, Monday By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Pic: John Sheehan Photography The new Audi A3 Saloon was officially launched by Audi Cork on Friday September 27th at the Waterworks on the Lee Road. The Audi A3 Saloon was unveiled by Senior Kerry Footballer and All Star Paul Galvin and Ireland and Munster Senior Rugby […]

Cuts Threat to Phone and Electricity Allowances

30th September 2013, Monday By TheCork.ie Reporter news@TheCork.ie Socialist Party Cork City Councillor Mick Barry this morning slammed reports that Labour Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton is considering abolition of the telephone allowance scheme and massive cutbacks in the electricity and gas allowance scheme. Yesterday’s SUNDAY TIMES reported that “the telephone allowance for 410,000 […]

Man cycles 150 laps of Cork City’s steepest hill for Childs operation

29th September 2013, Sunday By David O’Sullivan http://twitter.com/david_osullivan A Mayfield cyclist is the process of cycling up and down St Patricks hill in Cork City 150 times to raise money for a childs’ operation. Donncha Cuttriss who is a former Elite Special Forces Irish Ranger, cycled the hill 100 times last year for charity, and […]

Cork Entrepreneurs to appear in RTE1 series

27th September 2013, Friday By TheCork.ie news@TheCork.ie They’ve met the competition, they’ve faced the judges and now the journey of Ireland’s top entrepreneurial talent through the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ programme will be documented in an RTE 1 series kicking off on Monday 30 September at 8.30pm. The programme will air every Monday at […]

Ronan O’Gara testimonial dinner proves popular

27th September 2013 By TheCork.ie Reporter RONAN O’GARA’s testimonial dinner in Cork next month is the hottest ticket in town – and that’s official. The glittering October 24th soiree at City Hall for one of Cork’s favourite sporting sons has sold over 600 seats without promotion. “The demand for tickets underlines the remarkably high esteem […]

Cremation now more popular than Burial – says Cork Funeral Director

27th September 2013 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Changing trends in funerals in Cork has seen the number of cremations increase in popularity recently, according to a Cork Funeral Directors. John Keohane, of Keohane Funeral Directors, Cork, says he has observed the changes in funerals in the last 12 months, and noticed a dramatic increase in […]

4G on the way to Cork

27th September 2013, Friday By David O’Sullivan news@TheCork.ie http://twitter.com/david_osullivan eircom Group has launched Ireland’s first 4G mobile service offering “superfast mobile data speeds that are up to 10 times faster than previously available”. Users can expect peak speeds will reach between 20 to 25Mbps, and in technical trials the operator has clocked speeds of more […]

Cork Business Association Networking Lunch

27th September 2013 By TheCork.ie news@TheCork.ie Cork Business Association is hosting a networking lunch for all businesses in Cork on Friday 4th October in The Imperial Hotel at 1 p.m. The lunch will not only be an opportunity to network, but it will offer business owners the opportunity to hear from business growth specialists, Sean […]

Cheesy open days to take place in Cork

Cheesy open days to take place in Cork

27th September 2013, Friday By TheCork.ie news@TheCork.ie Fancy seeing how Cheese is made? Here’s your chance, as a series of open days will take place in Cork next month. Date: 17th October (with an extra date at Durrus on the 24th) Location: Carrigaline Farmhouse Cheese, The Rock, Carrigaline, Co. Cork Durrus Cheese, Coomkeen, Durrus , […]

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