A group of milk suppliers who protested outside Kerry Group Headquarters in Tralee on Wednesday morning say they will escalate their protests if their demands to meet with management on milk price is not met.
A bus passenger who assaulted an inspector on a bus from West Cork was ordered to do 60 hours of community service for another offence today.
Bus Éireann kindly stepped in to provide transport to bring Sanctuary runners from the Direct Provision centre in Kinsale Road in Cork to Patrick Street today for the city marathon.
Cork city’s Clancy’s bar is set to rise again, in time for its 195th birthday, part of a c€3.5/€4m total investment by its new consortium of owners.
One of Cork city’s longest established suburban bars, the Rendezvous, has changed hands, for close to €1.5 million.
A CORK city centre complex of retail and offices, fronting two streets and with a combined income of €96,000 per annum is for sale at a price guide just north of €1m.
APARTHOTEL use is mooted for a Cork bar and entertainment complex, just put up for sale and with almost 200 years of trading history in the heart of the city centre.
Thousands of Anthony Barry’s pictures have been donated to Cork archives. They offer a look at life on Leeside in decades gone by, writes Marjorie Brennan
The English Market in Cork city centre is on the lookout for two new tenants.
Work has begun on the demolition and clearance of 2.3 acres of industrial ground in the heart of Tralee, Co Kerry, gifted to the town last year by the Kerry Group which is headquartered in the town.
ANY song book that has its introduction written by legendary balladeer Christy Moore is surely indicative of the value of its contents.
A huge response from the public and interested groups has been received in relation to proposals for the redevelopment of a prime site in Kerry’s county town.
The operators of the 3Arena are among appellants in relation to recent permission for increased audience capacity for concerts at the Citywest centre in south Dublin.
Carol O’Callaghan seeks out a new home interiors hub in a surprising location on Cork’s Marina Walk.
THE king of Italian cheese, Parmigiano Reggiano is also known as Parmesan, which it was called until 1951 when a small number of artisan producers worked to protect their product.
A West Cork retail investment, previously occupied by a pharmacy has been put up for sale, with dual street access, in the heart of Clonakilty town.
With impeccable timing, three new tenants are moving into Cork’s city’s gem-like boulevard, the Winthrop Arcade, via agents Lisney.
King Lear will help write the latest chapter in the storied history of The Loft, writes Colette Sheridan
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The investment arm of the Davy Group has made a further retail swoop on Cork city’s Patrick Street, having bought the Moderne last year for circa €4-5 million in an off-market deal.
Concern has been expressed about the opening of a Starbucks cafe at the historic Queen Anne House at the corner of Emmett Place/Opera Lane in Cork city centre.
BENCHES outside shops; tables and chairs outside cafés and bars, filled not just with smokers — and we know summer is here. It’s salad time!
People encouraged to support local firms that ‘struggled along’
Your little one will be cute as fox with this drool-busting bib from Cork company, Babyboo.
GLOBAL coffee giant, Starbucks, is to open its first Cork City centre store, at no 39 Princes Street, a few doors away from the famed English Market.
There is an aisle? It’s all go, gongs and gills at the fish-mongers’ section of Cork city’s famous food-friendly English Market.
IT’S A Dealz, says East Cork estate agent Miah McGrath, holding out the prospect of a 10% return on a Midleton town centre investment, guided at €1.3 million, and with €140,000 a year income stream.
Who rides a city bike and why? As the two-wheelers make their debut in Cork, Brian Canty tags along for a day in Dublin to find out.
AGENTS Lisney bring a second Patrick Street, Cork City, retail building for sale this month as an investment, seeking offers of €750,000 for No 121, opposite the Merchant’s Quay Shopping Centre and Marks & Spencers.
PICNIC PARTICULARS: The programmers at Electric Picnic have been doing their stuff for quite a few years, so hopefully the mellow tones of Portishead won’t jar with the exuberance of the Saturday mainstage crowd at 10.30pm.
Rave and shine! Yawn-busting breakfast raves could become a regular feature on the streets of Cork after the first Good Morning Cork event was deemed a huge success.
The Rocketman has come back to earth — but will continue to do the satellite orbits of farmers markets, along Cork’s Ring Road.
One of the most celebrated chefs in the country has been given a four-month suspended jail sentence for smashing in the door of his ex-partner’s home.
FOR the human body, a doctor will assess a patient’s well-being by their general appearance and by checking their blood pressure.
Traders in Cork’s historic English Market could face fines if their stall displays encroach on the aisles under proposed new bylaws.
A severe weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann with a prolonged spell of stormy weather set to lash the country from tomorrow.
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