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Cork families rescued from mortgage arrears

David Hall, CEO of I-Care Housing with from Jayne Edmondson and Anna Gallagher who have availed of the scheme at the launch of the first property batch..jpg

A non-profit housing company has rescued 26 families in mortgage arrears in Cork over the past year.

I-CARE,

yesterday 10:37
Talks continue on stalled events centre

The South Main Street site where the events centre may be built.

Could there finally be light at the end of tunnel for the proposed events centre on South Main Street? Last month, the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht confirmed that it had written to Cork City Council in

2019-01-21 13:31
OUR NEW IRISH HOME – a series profiling those living in our community from overseas

By Graham Clifford

Tim’s father posted the decorations over from China and they hang proudly in the window of his riverfront restaurant.

“It will be the year of the Pig in our culture so we are getting ready. Our Chinese New Year begins on the first week in February and this year

2019-01-21 11:37
Memories from the Archives – January 1998

“As long as the legs hold out, I’ll keep at it”, 86 year old Ballindangan man James Condon determinedly told our reporter in January 1998. The lifelong cyclist, who won 12 Munster championships in the 1940s and 1950s, would make the weekly trip from Ballindangan to Mitchelstown

2019-01-20 17:46
ISPCA pet care tips and advice during cold weather

The weather is forecasted to turn cold, with frost and snow expected in the coming days so we put together some tips and advice to avoid hazards and to keep your pets safe during the cold weather.

HEADING OUT FOR A WALK?

If the temperature outside is too cold for you to stay

2019-01-20 17:46
Search on for best young food entrepreneurs

Registration is now open for GROW2CEO – a unique competition to find Irelands’ next young food entrepreneurs.

Launched this week, GROW2CEO will give students and teenagers across Irish secondary schools everything they need to start growing some food, get a better understanding of what

2019-01-20 16:43
Back for Business programme seeking participants

An initiative to help returning emigrants start and develop businesses in Ireland is looking for participants to apply before the deadline of Friday, January 25.

The Back for Business entrepreneur mentoring programme runs over six months and there is no charge for those selected to

2019-01-20 12:31
Dairygold introduces new Milk Supplier Sustainability Bonus

Over 300 Dairygold milk suppliers attending a special launch event at the Corrin Event Centre in Fermoy, were told of  where Dairygold announced detaisl of a new bonus payment for milk suppliers.

A number of guest speakers, including those from Bord Bia, Teagasc, Munster Cattle

2019-01-19 15:31
Carzone predicts January 21st as the day that consumers are most likely to consider buying a new car

With New Year’s resolutions in full swing and as we inch closer to pay day, it seems that late-January is the time many of us start to think about buying a new car.

According to the latest Carzone Motoring Report half of us plan to purchase a car under two years old and based on data

2019-01-19 13:25
TOVS support small business with online services

Funding to support a further 1,000 small/micro businesses along with training to a further 2,000 to develop their online capabilities in 2019 under the Trading Online Voucher Scheme (TOVS), has been announced.

The scheme supports small/micro businesses in developing their ecommerce

2019-01-19 11:19
R’evelyn Pleasure claims Novice Chase win at Fairyhouse for O’Brien

R’evelyn Pleasure may have benefitted from the final fence fall of leader Getaway Kid in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Rated Novice Chase at Fairyhouse last weekend, but trainer Sean O’Brien said he deserved his little bit of luck.

The family-owned horse trailed by three parts of a

2019-01-18 17:28
Minister Creed announces the opening of Year 3 of the Sheep Welfare Scheme

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD, announced that the third year of the Sheep Welfare Scheme will commence on February 2, 2019.

Existing participants in the scheme will be automatically enrolled in year 3 and will not need to take any action should they

2019-01-18 16:25
The ŠKODA Octavia remains streets ahead for Irish drivers in terms of value retention

ŠKODA Ireland this week welcomed a DoneDeal.ie motor industry report, which placed the ŠKODA Octavia in pole position, for holding the strongest retention value in the Irish used-car market. This is the second year in a row that the ŠKODA Octavia has achieved this accolade.

With an

2019-01-18 15:22
Irish forest industries to create thousands of rural jobs

Forest Industries Ireland (FII), the new trade association for the forestry and timber industries officially launched on Monday 14th.

Almost all the major forestry and timber companies in Ireland are members of Forest Industries Ireland, a new business sector within Ibec.

They are

2019-01-18 14:19
City Hall disappointed with Urban Regeneration funding

Cork City Council submitted five applications under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund.

City Hall’s head of planning has said he is disappointed that only two projects were approved under a regeneration scheme.  Cork City Council submitted five applications under the

2019-01-18 14:07
Sod-turning ceremony at Crann Ard housing project

With housing rarely out of the news and is very much a hot topic in Government circles, there's good news to report this week in relation to the Fermoy catchment, with the official sod-turning ceremony taking place at Crann Árd, Pike Road on Wednesday

2019-01-18 13:16
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FOUL PLAY RULED OUT IN CORK DEATH.

 

Gardai in Cork have ruled out foul play in their investigations into a sudden death in the North Mall area of Cork city.

The body of a man in his 40`s was found at the River Lee Walkway at around 11-45 this morning ..

Investigating officers sought the services of the

yesterday 19:46
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN FISHING NETS OFF THE CORK COAST.

 

 

Gardai in Cork have begun liaising with French and Spanish police following the discovery of human remains by a French trawler fishing off the Irish coast last weekend.

A French trawler docked at Castletownbere and its captain reported the discovery of human

yesterday 17:40
Familiar Face Rumoured For Love Island 2019

Now that we're well and truly over Christmas, our minds are immediately cast forward to Love Island. 

Between now and summer, you can expect us to be fully invested in rumoured new contestants and we officially have our first. 

Jane Park found herself in the public eye

yesterday 17:40
THREE ARRESTS IN MICHOLAJ WILK MURDER INVESTIGATION.

 

 

 

Gardai in Cork have made their first arrests in their investigation into the murder of a 35 year old father of two last year ..

Detectives investigating the murder of Micholaj Wilk, a Polish national at Maglin , Ballincollig arrested two Poles and a

yesterday 16:37
Irish School Lads Get Up For A Dance During Ryanair Flight

The boys, from St Brendan’s College in Killarney, decided to take their Irish trad instruments out during the flight from London Stansted to Kerry yesterday, starting an impromptu session. 

In the clip, the group can be seen cheering and singing along. Suddenly,

yesterday 16:37
GARDA STATEMENT ON CORK DEATH ..

 

 

 

 

yesterday 15:34
BODY FOUND ON THE NORTH MALL IN CORK CITY.

 

 

Gardai in Cork are investigating a sudden death which occurred in the North Mall area of Cork city.

The body of a man was discovered shortly before midday.(Tues)

Investigating officers have sought the services of the State Pathologits Office..

The

yesterday 14:31
JUST IN: Oscar Nominations 2019

On February 24th, Hollywood's finest will descend on the Dolby Theatre for one of the most anticipated events of the year. 

With a shock for A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper missing out on the Best Director category and the film taking on Bohemian Rhapsody for Best Picture, all

yesterday 14:31
Latest news from Cork
yesterday 19:46 FOUL PLAY RULED OUT IN CORK DEATH.
yesterday 17:40 HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN FISHING NETS OFF THE CORK COAST.
yesterday 17:40 Familiar Face Rumoured For Love Island 2019
yesterday 16:37 THREE ARRESTS IN MICHOLAJ WILK MURDER INVESTIGATION.
yesterday 16:37 Irish School Lads Get Up For A Dance During Ryanair Flight
yesterday 15:34 GARDA STATEMENT ON CORK DEATH ..
yesterday 14:31 BODY FOUND ON THE NORTH MALL IN CORK CITY.
yesterday 14:31 JUST IN: Oscar Nominations 2019
yesterday 13:28 PICKETS IN PLACE ACROSS CORK AMBULANCE BASES.
yesterday 13:28 INLAND FISHERIES IRELAND INVITES JOB APPLICATIONS.
yesterday 12:25 It Turns Out 'Ross From Friends' Alleged Thief Looks Nothing Like Him
yesterday 11:22 Corrie's Peter Barlow Set For ANOTHER Love Triangle
yesterday 10:37 Cork families rescued from mortgage arrears
yesterday 10:19 Rapper Azealia Banks 'Says Irish Women Are Ugly'
yesterday 09:16 CONTRACTS SIGNED FOR NEW TOURISM AMENITIES IN MALLOW.
yesterday 09:16 IRISH WATER TO REPLACE MAINS IN WEST CORK.
2019-01-21 20:35 CUH WARNS OF RISE IN NUMBER OF PATIENTS AFFECTED BY FLU.
2019-01-21 20:35 CAMPAIGNERS OPPOSED TO PLASTICS FACTORY GRANTED LEAVE FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW OVER DECISION.
2019-01-21 20:35 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' Is Coming Back
2019-01-21 16:22 SNOW-ICE WARNING ISSUED FOR CORK.
2019-01-21 16:22 AMBULANCE PERSONNEL TO HOLD PICKET OUTSIDE AMBULANCE BASE IN CORK.
2019-01-21 16:22 Gemma Collins Slams Dancing On Ice Judge For 'Selling Stories'
2019-01-21 15:19 FATAL ROAD TRAFFIC COLLISION IN COUNTY WATERFORD.
2019-01-21 15:19 TALKS CONTINUE AHEAD OF THREATENED NURSES STRIKE.
2019-01-21 15:19 Sinead O'Connor's 14 Year Old Son Missing
2019-01-21 14:16 FORMER CORK CAMOGIE CAPTAIN APPEARS IN COURT.
2019-01-21 13:31 Talks continue on stalled events centre
2019-01-21 13:13 Ant Gushes About New Girlfriend In First Interview
2019-01-21 12:11 ARRESTS MADE FOLLOWING SEPARATE BURGLARIES IN CORK.
2019-01-21 12:11 LOCAL LINK TRANSPORT SERVICE TO BE EXTENDED.
2019-01-21 11:37 OUR NEW IRISH HOME – a series profiling those living in our community from overseas
2019-01-21 11:07 RENEWED OPTIMISM THAT EVENTS CENTRE IN CORK WILL GET OFF THE GROUND.
2019-01-21 11:07 CORK HOMELESS PERSONS UNIT REVERTS TO CITY COUNCIL MANAGEMENT.
2019-01-21 10:04 EVENTS IN CORK TODAY TO MARK THE FIRST DAIL SITTING.
2019-01-20 17:46 Memories from the Archives – January 1998
2019-01-20 17:46 ISPCA pet care tips and advice during cold weather
2019-01-20 16:43 Search on for best young food entrepreneurs
2019-01-20 12:31 Back for Business programme seeking participants
2019-01-19 15:31 Dairygold introduces new Milk Supplier Sustainability Bonus
2019-01-19 13:25 Carzone predicts January 21st as the day that consumers are most likely to consider buying a new car
2019-01-19 11:19 TOVS support small business with online services
2019-01-18 19:04 TWO STUDENTS CROWNED CORK PERSONS OF THE YEAR 2018
2019-01-18 19:04 Netflix Doc Looks At One Of Most Controversial Events In Recent Years
2019-01-18 17:28 R’evelyn Pleasure claims Novice Chase win at Fairyhouse for O’Brien
2019-01-18 16:25 Minister Creed announces the opening of Year 3 of the Sheep Welfare Scheme
2019-01-18 15:55 This Simple Trick Will Help You Last Way Longer In Heels
2019-01-18 15:22 The ŠKODA Octavia remains streets ahead for Irish drivers in terms of value retention
2019-01-18 14:52 IRELAND TIPPED TO BECOME A WORLD LEADER IN OCEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY.
2019-01-18 14:19 Irish forest industries to create thousands of rural jobs
2019-01-18 14:07 City Hall disappointed with Urban Regeneration funding
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