The owners of a commercial premises in Cork city centre have been awarded over €45,000 in damages for the cost of remedial works necessitated after a former tenant converted the building into a bar without their permission.
Cyclists in Cork have urged City Hall to consider increasing the cost of on-street parking by up to €1 an hour and use the extra income to promote more sustainable forms of transport such as bus, walking and cycling.
City officials have defended a €5,000 spend on social media activity explaining the controversial €140m Cork flood defence scheme and said they will continue to challenge “untruths and factual inaccuracies” about the project.
Brexit has created some unexpected positives for Irish companies who have been inspired to review efficiencies, corporate structures and even staff retention strategies, say the directors of one thriving change-management firm.
An international institutional investor and property developer with billions of euros in assets globally has acquired Cork city centre's Half Moon Street development, home to 700 Apple employees, for about 10% over its €34 million price guide.
A truly monumental effort this by Cork City who, two goals down from the first leg, brought a seemingly dead affair roaring back to life by scoring early in both halves in Differdange, only for Progres Niederkorn to grab the consolation goal on the night that meant so much more over the course of the whole tie.
Cork City will be without Mark O’Sullivan for the daunting second leg of their Europa League tie against Progres Niederkorn in Luxembourg tomorrow, the striker having remained at home to be with his wife who is expecting a baby.
The dream beforehand had been of a box-office clash with Rangers but the reality, on an evening when Cork City repeatedly pressed the self-destruct button, was something more like a nightmare as, after a first half in which the home side conceded two goals and also missed a penalty, the resultant 0-2 defeat gives Progres Niederkorn what looks like full control of this Europa League First Qualifying Round tie ahead of next week’s second leg in Luxembourg.
Cork City manager John Cotter sees the positives and negatives of a Europa League draw that leaves the club in the dark as to whether they will play Luxembourg’s Progres Niederkorn or European debutants Cardiff Metropolitan University FC until they complete their preliminary round second leg on July 4.
From very hard-earned experience, football managers tend to be pragmatic people so, painful though it has been for John Caulfield to part company with his beloved Cork City, it’s probably fair to say that he would hardly have been completely shocked by the timing of his exit.
The CEO of Cork City Council,, sets out the city’s vision for growth, and points out that next month’s historic boundary extension will finally give a voice at council to people who already participate in the life of the city