Planning permission has been granted for a near €40m RDS-style indoor exhibition and sports centre on the western outskirts 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 larger event centre project.
The first ever Munster Agri-Innovation Awards took place last Saturday in conjunction with the Cork Summer Show.
The aptly named Field of Dreams is an arm of Down Syndrome Cork and focused on supporting adults with Down syndrome in the region.
UCC will be ready to apply for planning permission for their new sporting facilities in the autumn as the college looks to build on the incredible success achieved on the field over the last year.
A special doggie bus will ferry pet pooches and their owners to this year’s expanded Cork Summer Show.
The groundbreaking Diarmuid Gavin-backed Field of Dreams project for young adults with Down Syndrome is poised to become a reality.
A winning black Jersey at last weekend’s Cork Summer Show reflected new trends in the dairy industry.
Show goes on: Every summer for the past 200 years, the Munster Agricultural Society has held the Cork Summer Show.
Celebrity garden designer Diarmuid Gavin has agreed to work his magic on a farm project for adults with Down Syndrome which has just secured planning.
A charity that supports adults with Down syndrome hopes to break new ground with a special market garden project.
Most bulls his size would do serious damage in a china shop — but not so Rosemead Korona. The magnificent prize bull is so quiet, he could nearly take the bus to his last public appearance.
For the last 200 years, the Cork Summer Show has been a calendar highlight — and this year will be no different.
The Underground Short Film Festival, which takes place in Cork from Saturday to August 16, will, for the first time in its four-year history, screen five feature films.
The country’s longest-running agricultural show will host a major food and music festival as part of the event next month.
Horse-racing is returning to Cork City after almost a century.
The Munster Agricultural Society yesterday visited the Olympic-sized equestrian centre that belonged to one of Ireland’s most notorious criminals amid speculation it may bid for the property.
Plans are under consideration for an exhibition centre on the outskirts of Cork City, along with sporting amenities.
The GAA expects its €67m regeneration of Cork’s flagship Páirc Uí Chaoimh stadium to create 300 jobs and boost the construction industry by up to €22m.
Austin O’Connor believes the Irish team selected for the eventing nations cup at the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen next week is not without potential.
The south of the country braced for more heavy rain and possible flooding last night, but the public proved that teeming rain can be overcome — especially if you bring your wellies.
Ireland’s longest- running agricultural show opens for the first time today on its new permanent site.
The organisers of Ireland’s longest-running agriculture show have their fingers crossed for an extended heat-wave ahead of what’s poised to be an historic event for them.
More than 40,000 people are expected to attend two of the big summer shows due in Cork in the coming weeks.
ENABLE Ireland/Lavanagh Centre is buying a seven-acre site west of Cork City for future development/relocation uses.
IT was all beer and skittles at Fota House last week.
Sporting offers are to be sought for the former ESB Workers’ Association grounds at Cork’s Curraheen Road.
The cancellation of the Cork Summer Show last month will cost the Munster Agricultural Society about €100,000 in losses.
Ireland’s show jumpers are in danger of relegation from the FEI Top League after finishing last in yesterday’s Swedish Nations Cup in Falsterbo.
The organisers of the Cork Summer Show have cancelled today’s events because of the likelihood of adverse weather.
There are hopes that a scaled-down version of the Cork Summer Show could go ahead next month after the weekend’s events were completely washed out.
High summer has always meant Cork Summer Show.
Residents fighting a proposal to rezone land next to Páirc Uí Chaoimh have vowed to pack Cork City Hall tonight and “look councillors in the eye” as they vote.
HOME at last — the Munster Agricultural Society (MAS) has finally found permanent exhibition grounds at Curraheen, Cork, following five years of searching.
NAMA has agreed the sale of 125 acres of land at Curraheen, Co Cork, formerly owned by developer John Fleming, to the Munster Agricultural Society and University College Cork.
UCC are set a develop a new centre of excellence for sport in the third-level institution on a 100 acre site on the western outskirts of Cork city.
CORK’S city manager has defended what critics have called the “bargain sale” of public land to the GAA.
CORK GAA officials say talks on the purchase of Showgrounds land to facilitate the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh should reach an amicable solution “reasonably quickly.”
THE soaring standard of Irish showjumping has raised the bar for this weekend’s Cork Summer Show at the Greenfields site in Ballincollig.
VISITORS to this weekend’s Cork Summer Show can reflect on the event’s long history by buying a new book, Munster Agricultural Society — the Story of the Cork Showgrounds.
IT’S starting to get very interesting in the Lee Valley at the moment, where land ownership pattern is changing and where, it begs the question — what happens next?
DOES the disposal of the milking herd at Rockrohan, Carrigrohane Co Cork presage the sale of the 285-acre farm?
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