Cork County on the Rise: Road to recovery begins with infrastructure

Cork County on the Rise: Road to recovery begins with infrastructure

After the ‘lost’ years of recession, funding for maintenance and building of roads is on the agenda, says Áilín Quinlan

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Cork County on the Rise: Cork takes pride of place in ‘food island’ of the world

Cork County on the Rise: Cork takes pride of place in ‘food island’ of the world

Michael Creed From taste trails to Michelin Star restaurants, Cork ticks all the boxes, writes Minister Michael Creed

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Cork County on the Rise: Integrated approach to sustainable food production is needed in Ireland

Cork County on the Rise: Integrated approach to sustainable food production is needed in Ireland

Eoin Lettice and Barbara Doyle Prestwich say an integrated approach to sustainable food production is needed in Ireland

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Connectivity’s vital role in future working life of rural communities

Connectivity’s vital role in future working life of rural communities

Key positives included access to talent, quality third level education and the pro-business policies of successive governments.

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Cork County on the Rise: Big pharma feels at home in Cork

Cork County on the Rise: Big pharma feels at home in Cork

Relentless innovation can future-fit Cork’s strong biopharma hub, writes Bernard Mallee

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Cork County on the Rise: West Cork arts and crafts have huge potential but need to be supported

Cork County on the Rise: West Cork arts and crafts have huge potential but need to be supported

Craftspeople began to discover the attractions of West Cork in the 1960s and began to establish roots there, writes Alison Ospina

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Cork County on the Rise: Climate challenges are heating up

Cork County on the Rise: Climate challenges are heating up

Higher temperatures, rising sea levels, heavier rain, and more severe storms will all present problems, writes Kieran Hickey

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Cork County on the Rise: Free market highlights potential in small towns

Cork County on the Rise: Free market highlights potential in small towns

There is real value and potential in small towns as future sustainable communities argue Free Market's Tara Kennedy and Laurence Lord

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Cork County on the Rise: Cork well-placed to ride wave of EU’s renewable energy rules but investment and planning needed

Cork County on the Rise: Cork well-placed to ride wave of EU’s renewable energy rules but investment and planning needed

Claire Lambe says fossil power plants in Cork Harbour will have to compete with cheaper renewable energy generators

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Cork County on the Rise: High-speed broadband puts Skibbereen at the centre of the world for connectivity

Cork County on the Rise: High-speed broadband puts Skibbereen at the centre of the world for connectivity

The success of the Ludgate Hub has benefits that go way beyond those who work there, writes CEO Adrienne Harrington

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Cork County on the Rise: ‘To combat erosion we must understand nature’

Cork County on the Rise: ‘To combat erosion we must understand nature’

In thinking about our county, we must think about our coast says Jimmy Murphy

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Cork County on the Rise: Local food is a livelihood as well as being the future of production

Cork County on the Rise: Local food is a livelihood as well as being the future of production

The impending threat of Brexit, the domestic beef crisis and the growing awareness of climate change have put the importance of supporting local food producers back on the menu in Co Cork, writes Ellie O’Byrne

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Cork County on the Rise: Cork has so much to offer the visitor and local alike

Cork County on the Rise: Cork has so much to offer the visitor and local alike

Tailoring holiday offerings is key to attracting the type of tourist you want, writes Jenny De Saulies

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Cork County on the Rise: People the priority in redesign of urban spaces

Cork County on the Rise: People the priority in redesign of urban spaces

The Clonakilty 400 Masterplan puts people first, writes Giulia Vallone

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Cork County on the Rise: Trade and traffic part of the rising tide in Cork Harbour

Cork County on the Rise: Trade and traffic part of the rising tide in Cork Harbour

Capable of handling some of the largest liners in Cobh, the Port of Cork welcomed over 243,000 passengers and crew in 2019, writes Brendan Keating

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Cork County on the Rise: Things are looking up for Cork

Cork County on the Rise: Things are looking up for Cork

Over the next 20 years, 61,620 houses will be built in the county and 63,000 jobs created, says Tim Lucey

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Cork County on the Rise: Communities help make Cork a fantastic place to live or visit

Cork County on the Rise: Communities help make Cork a fantastic place to live or visit

Dedicated and effective community groups, organisers, and volunteers are key to hosting the events that bring in tens of thousands of visitors to Cork, writes Christopher O’Sullivan

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Cork County on the Rise: ‘Cork doesn’t rest on its laurels. We are brimming with talent’

Cork County on the Rise: ‘Cork doesn’t rest on its laurels. We are brimming with talent’

It’s a very exciting time for food in Cork, but just how far can we go? asks Kevin Aherne

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Cork County on the Rise: ‘Beara is home. It’s like my heart always knew it, and my life caught up’

Cork County on the Rise: ‘Beara is home. It’s like my heart always knew it, and my life caught up’

Come to Beara and leave your troubles behind, advises Alex Barclay who found it impossible to leave after attending a writer’s retreat

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