In January 1835 the ill-fated convict ship ‘Neva’ left Cork Harbour bound for Australia with over 200 Irish women, children and babies onboard.
Cork will once again take part in the international PARK(ing) Day event this Friday September 20th where artists, designers and cit
Working in partnership with the BRIDE Project Cork County Council has rece
This week Rosscarbery Social Housing Association officially opened its newly constructed housing development at Star Garden, Ceim Hill in the centr
Before closing its fortified doors for the 2019 season, Camden Fort Meagher will be celebrating European Fortress Day over two full days this Satur
The bid to find Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur moves into top gear as candidates prepare for the National Final on 15th Septe
Ireland’s Association for Adventure Tourism (IAAT) has announced that they will host their 2019 conference on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st Nove
In 2018 Cork County Council responded to 2,422 incidents of littering and dumping across the county, issued 502 litter fines, took more than 750 wa