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Image Courtesy of www.ireland.com An Taoiseach, Michéal Martin TD, and the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, have today announced €405 million in funding for four regeneration projects in Co. Cork. The projects are being funded under ‘Call 2’ of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF). The URDF part-funds projects […]
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Interim President Professor John O’Halloran with AIB CEO and alumnus Dr Colin Hunt announcing the AIB Chair in Sustainable Business. Image courtesy of UCC AIB has announced a partnership with UCC which will see the bank fund The AIB Chair of Sustainable Business, the first of its kind in Ireland. AIB has pledged €1.25 million […]
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Cork City Council has saved just over €17,000 per annum by going paperless for meetings. At last night’s full council meeting it was revealed that since the introduction and implementation of Cork City Council’s electronic council documentation system, Cork City Council has made savings of approximately €1,500 per month, equating to just over €17,000 per […]
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The Dog Fouling Committee of Cork City Council is pleased to announce the launch of two Pilot Dog Walking Routes. The routes, one on the north side (Mayfield) and one on the south side (Togher) are located in areas currently used by dog walkers and are designed to promote responsible dog ownership and to remind […]
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Cork City Council and Cork County Council have chosen four artist residencies for the next cycle of their collaborative Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People programme. This project explores new and unique ways to increase older people’s engagement with the arts and improve best practice models. Cork City Council and Cork County Council are […]
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A record number 21,000 people were in attendance at Cork City’s 14th Annual Cork Heritage Open Day. Cork Heritage Open Day is an event which celebrates the unique architecture and history of the Built Heritage in the Cork City Region. Many of these are not usually accessible to the general public. This event opened and […]