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Councillors back plans to help businesses to make safe icy footpaths

Councillors have backed a proposal to help shopkeepers prevent treacherous icy footpaths on North Cork streets.  The move was discussed at this week's...

Ambitious plan aims to create local jobs and achieve energy targets

An ambitious master plan designed to encourage sustainable energy use and stimulate enterprise and job creation in Cork city and county has been unveiled by...

New business venture for Glanworth man

Anthony Lillis from Glanworth made the news in 2019 following his spectacular motorcycle exploits on the roads and tracks of Ireland. Also, a man...

EIB backs €35 million social and climate investment across Cork county

The European Investment Bank signed a €35 million loan agreement with Cork County Council to support the Council’s Social Sustainability Investment Programme....

Just Like Home will deliver for you this Christmas!

Just Like Home is an exciting Irish company selling a selection of much loved Irish products such as Barry’s Tea, Tayto Crisps, Cadburys Chocolate...

Horgan’s futureproof business with coveted AEO certification

Mitchelstown company Horgan’s Delicatessen Supplies Ltd. has been awarded the coveted Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certificate. Among only 27 Irish registered food...

New gift voucher legislation

Businesses across Ireland will need to review the terms and conditions of the gift vouchers they sell to ensure that they comply with new...

The Hair Hub celebrates 1st year anniversary

The Hair Hub, a salon in Main Street, Kildorrery that offers an affordable and tailor-made service for clients, is celebrating one year in business. Owners...

Cork Airport switches to 100% green electricity

A new deal to supply 8 million kwh of green electricity per annum to Cork Airport has been announced, forming part of Cork Airport’s...

IGNITE programme hailed as ‘cradle of innovation’

The IGNITE programme at UCC, which nurtures start-ups from ideas to commercial reality, is a ‘cradle of innovation’ that can drive regional...

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