A new private bus service approved by the National Transport Authority (NTA) is set to get underway in Cork at the end of next month and will connect the northside of the city at Apple Computers with Kent Station and the commercial and industrial hubs in Little Island.
Thu, 06 Feb, 2020
Those who held a protest against the Port of Cork's closing of a supposed public right of way for the arrival of Cobh's first cruise liner of the year have been urged to ditch their placards for the sake of the town's tourism industry.
Tue, 02 Apr, 2019
They handed kids to the childminder, burnt the midnight oil brushing up on research and refused to be beaten by the planning system. Environmental lobby group CHASE could write the handbook for running a tight campaign. Later this week, they should know if their marathon efforts have all been in vain, writes
Mon, 23 Oct, 2017
The sale of this home will be music to the ears of dozens of budding musicians — it is forming part of a very generous bequest that could be worth €2m, to the benefit of UCC students, and to UCC’s music department in particular.
Sat, 21 Oct, 2017
THE owners and builders of Hunters Crest didn’t exactly rush into building their dream home: in fact, they owned the land for over 20 years, before getting around to putting a house on it. And, what a property mix it has all turned out to be.
Sat, 22 Jul, 2017
New information released by Cork County Council supports claims by a major business association that it pays vast amounts of rates, but has got little or nothing back over the years to improve its creaking infrastructure.
Fri, 16 Jun, 2017
RAPID build homes are bit of a buzz word right now, touted for the last two years as a partial solution to the housing crises. However, the experience to date in Dublin at least is that their delivery is anything but rapid: two years on, some sites are still 'works in progress'.
Sat, 28 Jan, 2017