Person: Michael Mulcahy
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Retailers in Cork City who led opposition to the St Patrick’s Street car ban are ready to move beyond the controversy and embrace change, according to one of the organisers of a meeting tonight on the future of retail.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
A new private bus service is among measures being introduced to ease chronic rush-hour gridlock in Little Island.
Mon, 12 Mar, 2018
One of Munster’s largest business associations is prepared to take High Court action to block the proposed extension of Cork City boundary.
Wed, 06 Sep, 2017
There are differing views between residents and businesses in Little Island about the performance of the county council, but not when it comes to Glounthaune.
Wed, 06 Sep, 2017
Workers regularly complain about being stuck in major traffic jams, while residents say the congestion at peak times makes them prisoners in their own homes.
Thu, 29 Jun, 2017
We pay huge rates and deserve far better infrastructure — that’s the demand from an organisation that represents businesses in one of the country’s busiest industrial estates.
Tue, 06 Jun, 2017
People living in one of the country’s industrial powerhouse areas have said they won’t tolerate having even more of it zoned for industrial purposes.
Fri, 06 Jan, 2017
A major business organisation and the country’s largest Garda representative body have both expressed concern about the lack of progress in replacing a Garda station which has been described as “a deathtrap”.
Thu, 05 Jan, 2017
Thu, 15 Sep, 2016
The wife of one of Ireland’s richest men, JP McManus, has been stopped in her tracks, for now, from further extending a family home on a ‘millionaires’ row’ in Dublin 4.
Wed, 31 Aug, 2016
notices some low estimates on pieces of art by famous Irish artists in Whyte’s online-only auction.
Sat, 16 Jul, 2016
Consultants have made a number of preliminary suggestions which could ease traffic gridlock in one of the country’s industrial powerhouses.
Mon, 09 May, 2016
One of the largest business associations in the country is taking the unusual step of creating a new centre to cater for emerging companies.
Wed, 04 May, 2016
Business leaders in a key employment hub have called for urgent action on sustainable transport solutions amid predictions that employment in the area could double to 30,000 in a decade.
Wed, 24 Feb, 2016
Fri, 09 Oct, 2015
The head of an influential business association on the outskirts of Cork said his members still back a merger of the city and county councils, but only if the Government gives cast-iron guarantees about maintaining the city’s status.
Thu, 24 Sep, 2015
Cork’s two main business organisations are split over proposals to create a super authority to cover both city and county.
Wed, 09 Sep, 2015
There are fears for the Cork Vision Centre amid a bitter row over its funding and future use.
Fri, 27 Feb, 2015
Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental has been honoured for his heroism and his remarkable mission to promote reconciliation.
Sat, 18 Oct, 2014
The August weekend is normally the busiest one of the year in Skibbereen and this year there is plenty to attract art lovers.
Sat, 02 Aug, 2014
Paintings from Morgan O’Driscoll’s online auction of Irish art are being sold to help fund the new West Cork Arts Centre, the building of which is now nearing completion at Skibbereen.
Sat, 26 Jul, 2014
The acclaimed artist, theatre director and businessman Kevin Sanquest has died.
Mon, 04 Nov, 2013
Ahead of his visit to Cork,spoke to broadcaster and former politician Michael Portillo about Anglo-Irish relations, Britain’s Conservative Party, bailouts, and a love of trains
Thu, 03 Nov, 2011
RENOWNED artist Jim Fitzpatrick has launched a legal bid to finally get the rights of his famous picture of Che Guevara.
Wed, 16 Feb, 2011
Wed, 02 Feb, 2011
MICHEÁL MARTIN was first out of the blocks after the Fianna Fáil leadership became vacant — announcing his candidacy for the position and then watching as a steady stream of TDs declared support for him.
Mon, 24 Jan, 2011
Sat, 22 Jan, 2011
LAST night’s Fianna Fáil meeting ended with a call of unity from Micheál Martin who told his supporters to unite behind Taoiseach Brian Cowen, following his side’s victory by a significant margin in a vote of confidence in his leadership.
Wed, 19 Jan, 2011
Fianna Fáil is today playing down comments made by Willie O'Dea after the former Defence Minister launched a scathing attack on coalition partners the Green Party.
Sat, 11 Sep, 2010
I USED to be an inveterate funeral goer – several per week. I hadn’t been to one for the past two years until the unexpected death of newspaper man and former schoolmate, Alan Ruddock.
Thu, 24 Jun, 2010
THE Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed it has set up the new child death review panel and has also named a review team to deal with the death of teenager Daniel McAnaspie.
Sat, 22 May, 2010
DOZENS of air passengers had to endure a seven-hour coach journey the length of the country last night after their flight was grounded for safety reasons.
Tue, 02 Mar, 2010
FIRST-TIME offenders who are marginally over the new drink drive limit will get penalty points rather than a driving ban in a major concession by Transport Minister Noel Dempsey to angry Fianna Fáil backbenchers.
Sat, 31 Oct, 2009
FIRST there was the 99 sterling pence wedding dress – now there’s a magazine costing a little more which TV wedding planner Peter Kelly argues could also save prospective couples a few bob.
Thu, 20 Aug, 2009
ON a recent visit to Kinsale in Co Cork, I discovered, to my absolute horror, that the museum had been closed due to a public sector recruitment embargo.
Wed, 19 Aug, 2009
FORMER minister Frank Fahey has become the first Fianna Fáil TD to break ranks with the Government over proposals in the Bord Snip report, saying he would not accept cuts in social welfare payments.
Fri, 24 Jul, 2009
The family of millionaire businessman Patrick Rocca, have been left numb by his sudden death, mourners at his funeral were told today.
Wed, 21 Jan, 2009
AN emergency meeting of the Oireachtas foreign affairs committee has been organised to quiz Israeli and Palestinian delegations on the war in Gaza.
Mon, 12 Jan, 2009
THE Ombudsman for the Defence Forces has complained that the resources provided to her office are totally inadequate to deal with a growing number of complaints.
Thu, 20 Nov, 2008
A FORMER Progressive Democrats election candidate turned property developer is heading one of four groups trying to buy Cork City football club.
Tue, 16 Sep, 2008
A PUBLISHER heading a consortium that includes high-profile lawyer Gerald Kean said it has €2 million to invest in a bid to save struggling Cork City FC.
Thu, 04 Sep, 2008
DUBLIN-based investment company, Rocca Holdings has bought a 12.5% stake in the Cork magazine publisher, Progressive News & Media.
Sat, 02 Aug, 2008
ONE of the country’s wealthiest developers was warned to avoid getting the late TD Liam Lawlor involved in his business, the Mahon Tribunal heard yesterday.
Thu, 19 Jun, 2008