State funding for Cork Event Centre can be delivered, Tánaiste says

Simon Coveney said today that efforts are ongoing to bring clarity to the funding

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€250m healthcare investment fund launched by Cork firm

BlackBee Investments has also created a new company, Aperee, to manage what will be the single largest private sector investment in the long-term healthcare sector. ...

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Extensive efforts undertaken before way cleared for council to acquire derelict sites

Extensive efforts undertaken before way cleared for council to acquire derelict sites

Efforts to tackle dereliction at four Cork City centre houses highlight the difficulties in addressing the issue, says Eoin English.

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Special report: Cork City on the rise, but crumbling to the point of collapse in places

Special report: Cork City on the rise, but crumbling to the point of collapse in places

A city rising, in places, but crumbling to the point of collapse in others.

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Minister: Lessons must be learned from search and rescue deaths as new oversight plan is published

Minister: Lessons must be learned from search and rescue deaths as new oversight plan is published

The Transport Minister says it is vital that lessons are learned from the deaths of five people during separate coast guard missions as a new oversight plan for ...

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Reviews urged after prisoner took his own life within four hours of being committed to Cork Prison

Reviews urged after prisoner took his own life within four hours of being committed to Cork Prison

The Irish Prison Service has been urged to keep its nursing committal forms under constant review after an inquest returned a verdict of suicide in the case of a ...

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Hospital foundation buys building to house new cancer care centre

Hospital foundation buys building to house new cancer care centre

A hospital foundation has acquired a new premises for its dedicated cancer care centre in Cork city after a planning setback delayed the project last year.

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Cork marks 50th anniversary of moon landing with space-themed mural

Cork marks 50th anniversary of moon landing with space-themed mural

Cork is set to boldly go where few cities have gone before to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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Councillor blasts 'fake news' as City Hall confirms cobbles unearthed during Cork roadworks will be reused

Historic cobbles unearthed during roadworks on a busy Cork city street are not being dumped and are in storage for reuse, City Hall has confirmed.

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Govt agency preparing ambitious plans for housing on site of former Cork psychiatric hospital

Ambitious housing plans are being prepared for a former asylum building on the northside of Cork city which has been boarded up since it was gutted in a suspected ...

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'It’s just what you do' - Cork Lord Mayor helps passenger during mid-air medical emergency

Cllr John Sheehan, a GP in the northside of the city, played down his role in the incident during the flight from Croatia

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Cork event centre doubts as building costs soar

Cork event centre doubts as building costs soar

There are fresh fears for the future of the stalled Cork event centre project after confirmation that construction inflation is running at 7% as efforts to resolve ...

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Brothers owe €84k in derelict site levies along Cork's historic spine

Brothers owe €84k in derelict site levies along Cork's historic spine

The owners of several derelict buildings along Cork’s historic spine owe the city €84,000 in derelict sites levies.

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€2k prize on offer for Cork church's organ competition

€2k prize on offer for Cork church's organ competition

The city’s Church of Ireland community is planning several commemorative events next year for the anniversary of the current William Burges-designed Gothic-revival ...

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€1bn plan for Cork draws near

€1bn plan for Cork draws near

A huge €47m land deal paves the way for a near €1bn waterfront precinct on Cork’s south docks which could sustain thousands of residents and thousands ...

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Cork may see its largest ever single property deal which could pave way for docklands development

Cork may see its largest ever single property deal which could pave way for docklands development

The long-held vision for Cork’s docklands as a thriving urban waterfront precinct has taken a major step forward after details of a landmark deal emerged.

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Gardaí investigating murder of Cork toddler Santina Cawley release woman without charge

Gardaí investigating murder of Cork toddler Santina Cawley release woman without charge

Gardaí investigating the murder of a toddler in Cork are preparing a file for the DPP after releasing a woman without charge.

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Green Party hits out at Cork parties after Wilton transport corridor rejected

Green Party hits out at Cork parties after Wilton transport corridor rejected

The Green Party has accused the two main political parties on Cork City Council of kicking the city’s pressing public transport needs down the road after a ...

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Former Cork office block to undergo €10m conversion into local authority downsizing housing project

Former Cork office block to undergo €10m conversion into local authority downsizing housing project

A 1960s former office block in one of Cork’s most desirable residential areas is to undergo a €10m conversion into a local authority downsizing housing ...

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Conditional €47m deal agreed for sale of vast Cork docklands site

Conditional €47m deal agreed for sale of vast Cork docklands site

The agri-services group Origin Enterprises says it has reached “conditional agreement” for the disposal of up to 31 acres of land it owns on Cork’s ...

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Councillors reject plan for bus and bike lanes

Councillors reject plan for bus and bike lanes

Residents cheered last night as a controversial public transport plan that would have seen parts of some of their front gardens along one of Cork’s busiest ...

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Works to save Cork buildings underway

Works to save Cork buildings underway

Stabilisation works are due to start today on three buildings on Cork’s historic North Main St following a partial collapse on June 20.

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Works to stabilise historic Cork buildings to begin

Works to stabilise historic Cork buildings to begin

Stabilisation works are due to start tomorrow on three buildings on Cork's historic North Main St following a partial collapse on June 20.

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Cork gardaí: Toddler was at house party just hours before death

Cork gardaí: Toddler was at house party just hours before death

Gardaí involved in a murder inquiry following the death of a toddler in Cork City on Friday have established that the child was at a house party with her ...

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Family pay tribute to 'little angel' amid murder probe

Family pay tribute to 'little angel' amid murder probe

Family members have paid tribute to the “little angel” whose death in Cork on Friday is the focus of a murder probe as detectives build a picture of ...

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Anger over plan to raze three Cork city centre buildings

Anger over plan to raze three Cork city centre buildings

There is outrage over plans to demolish three buildings in the medieval heart of Cork city, with the building owners facing possible legal action.

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Cork barbers may lose €80k investment to wrecking ball

Cork barbers may lose €80k investment to wrecking ball

The owner of a barbershop in one of three buildings facing demolition in Cork’s medieval centre says he believes the structure above his shop can be saved ...

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Councillors take part in 'election cycle' around Cork city

Councillors take part in 'election cycle' around Cork city

Cyclists must have greater input into the design of cycling infrastructure, Cork's city councillors have said after getting first-hand experience of life in the ...

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Man attacked in Cork as family mourns death of young mum

Gardaí have launched an investigation after reports that a man was assaulted at a house on the northside of Cork city last night where a family was in mourning ...

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Cork cancer charity begin campaign to secure new and larger premises

Cork cancer charity begin campaign to secure new and larger premises

A charity which supports cancer patients and their families through treatment says it is still working with the HSE to help fund its €1.6m relocation to a new ...

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Emergency services called after chemical incident at Cork plant

Emergency services called after chemical incident at Cork plant

A full-scale emergency response was triggered this evening following reports of a chemical spill in an industrial estate on the outskirts of Cork city.

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Watch: Cork's new bishop joins local dance crew as he promises to 'keep doors open' to all

Watch: Cork's new bishop joins local dance crew as he promises to 'keep doors open' to all

The Catholic Bishop-elect of Cork and Ross busted some serious dance moves as he promised to take on the mandate of renewal across the vast diocese.

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Mother of boy with severe epilepsy says medicinal cannabis legislation is 'life-changing'

A mother who said she felt like a criminal after security at Dublin Airport seized her son's THC medicinal cannabis last December has described the new legislation ...

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Owner blames crash for dereliction on Cork's historic spine

Owner blames crash for dereliction on Cork's historic spine

One of the owners of buildings facing demolition on Cork’s historic spine has blamed the economic crash for the structures falling into dereliction.

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Gardaí recover body from river in search for man missing from Cork

Gardaí recover body from river in search for man missing from Cork

Gardaí overseeing the search for a missing man in Cork have recovered the body of a man from the Owenabue river.

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'This is 10 out of 10': New Enable Ireland space for children in Cork gets thumbs up

'This is 10 out of 10': New Enable Ireland space for children in Cork gets thumbs up

Marketing guru Stephen Ryan and his family are uniquely qualified to assess the impact of a new €7.5m centre for children with a physical disability which has ...

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'My kids see this as a fun place to come': Cork dad welcomes new centre for kids with physical disabilities

'My kids see this as a fun place to come': Cork dad welcomes new centre for kids with physical disabilities

Marketing guru Stephen Ryan and his family are uniquely qualified to assess the impact of a new €7.5m centre for children with a physical disability which has ...

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Cork city buildings to be demolished

Cork city buildings to be demolished

Two buildings on the historic spine of Cork city are to be demolished after one of them partially collapsed.

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Illegal dump site could be used for Traveller housing

Illegal dump site could be used for Traveller housing

The new draft Traveller Accommodation Plan for Cork city includes plans to build a Traveller group housing scheme on the Ellis’s Yard site in Ballyvolane.

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Cork business leaders and politicians say tougher approach needed after partial building collapse

Cork business leaders and politicians say tougher approach needed after partial building collapse

Business leaders in one of Cork's most historic city areas have called for a tougher approach and more government funding to tackle long-term vacancy and dereliction ...

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New Cork cycling map shows most popular routes in the city

New Cork cycling map shows most popular routes in the city

Cork's first cycling maps have been unveiled ahead of national bike week.

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Help for cocaine use trebles at Cork centre

Help for cocaine use trebles at Cork centre

The number of people seeking help for cocaine addiction has trebled since 2016, new treatment centre figures show.

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Iconic 17th century Cork mansion Doneraile Court opens to the public

Iconic 17th century Cork mansion Doneraile Court opens to the public

A magnificent 17th country home set in one of Ireland’s most visited parks is set to open to the public tomorrow for the first time in half a century.

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Calls to reclassify crushed concrete to give construction industry environmentally friendly option of recycling

The construction industry has called on the State’s environmental watchdog to reclassify for recycling and reuse the same kind of demolition rubble which is ...

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Cork gardaí thwart pirate 'TV cards' operation which could have cost providers €20m

Cork gardaí thwart pirate 'TV cards' operation which could have cost providers €20m

Gardaí in Cork have dismantled a vast TV piracy operation which could have cost two of the largest providers up to €20m in lost revenue.

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Exhibition centre proposed for site west of Cork City

Exhibition centre proposed for site west of Cork City

Plans have been lodged for a €30m indoor sport and exhibition centre west of Cork City as work continues to resolve State-aid funding issues blighting the city’s ...

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Penthouse unit in Cork student complex with 'Instagramable views' on offer for €10k a year

Penthouse unit in Cork student complex with 'Instagramable views' on offer for €10k a year

Almost half of all the rooms in Cork city’s largest student apartment complex, where €10,000-a-year penthouse units boast “seriously Instagramable ...

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Pedestrian injured as truck sheds load in Cork city centre

Pedestrian injured as truck sheds load in Cork city centre

A pedestrian has been injured after a truck shed its load on Christy Ring Bridge in Cork city centre this lunchtime.

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'Increase will put people back years': Cork social housing list numbers jump following city extension

The number of people on Cork city’s social housing waiting list has jumped by almost 1,500 arising out of the city boundary extension.

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Teenager arrested after windows smashed in Cork primary school

Teenager arrested after windows smashed in Cork primary school

Gardaí arrested a teenager last night after several windows were smashed at a primary school in Cork.

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