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The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Colm Kelleher will officially launch 8 newly installed city parklets this week, on August 31st and September 2nd. Following a call-out for “parklet partners” in September 2020, a number of local businesses and community associations were selected to take part in the National Transport Authority-funded scheme.  The parklets, designed by […]
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Limerick performed exceptionally to defend their All-Ireland title for the first time in their history, after a dominant 3-32 to 1-22 win over Cork. A hall-mark of the great teams across any sport is that they produce their best performances on the biggest stage. This Limerick team has certainly cemented their greatness. And whatever they […]
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Innowatts, the leading artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled SaaS platform for global energy providers, today announces plans to create more than 40 new energy transition jobs to drive its European expansion. The company, which has operated in Europe since 2019, sees enormous potential to empower electricity suppliers and grid operators to gain unrivalled insights that will
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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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The creation of 14 new ‘people friendly’ streets and an investment of up to €2 million in the wider city’s existing cycling infrastructure forms part of a series of transformative initiatives unveiled today in the “Re-imagining Cork City” programme. “Re-imagining Cork City” represents an immediate response to social distancing requirements resulting from Covid-19 but also