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Business News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

Views of public sought in preparing new local area plan for...

Cork County Council is preparing a new Local Area Plan for the Fermoy Municipal District, which includes the towns of Fermoy, Mitchelstown and Charleville...

Johnny honoured at national Centra awards ceremony

Fermoy’s Johnny Delaney was one of just 14 Centra employees throughout the country to be honoured at the second annual Pride of Centra Awards...

National award for Lismore pharmacist coach

Lismore woman Rachel Dungan ‘The Pharmacist Coach’, has been recognised by the International Coaching Federation for a national coaching award. Rachel was elected as Ireland’s...

Annette Flynn appointed to Dairygold Co-Op Board

Dairygold has announced the appointment of accomplished business-woman Annette Flynn, as an independent non-executive director to the Dairygold Co-Op Board. A chartered certified accountant by...

Find or create the perfect piece for your home in Batavia

Batavia Furniture are based in Fermoy for the last 16 years, showcasing an impressive and wide-ranging collection of furniture and gifts, making it the...

Mitchelstown company is national awards finalist

Eight Degrees Brewing in Mitchelstown is among 40 companies from 16 different counties across 7 categories that have made it through to the finals...

National award for Walsh’s Pharmacy, Fermoy

Walsh’s Pharmacy Fermoy, pharmacist and owner, Mike Walsh, was thrilled to receive a prestigious National Pharmacy Award last month, for services to patient care. The...

Glanmire and Carrignavar schools winners at Cork Schools Business Runway Trade...

Colaiste An Chroi Naofa, Carrignavar and Glanmire Community College were amongst the schools that showcased their mini-companies at the Cork Schools Business Runway trade...

Saturday, 5th December is Small Business Saturday – support local!

A campaign which profiles small business and encourages consumers to shop locally and support jobs and enterprises in their respective communities, known as Small...

9% VAT rate ‘crippling’ Irish magazine trade

Leading the charge locally to have the VAT rate on magazines reduced to 0%, Hanley’s Newsagents in Fermoy say the current 9% VAT rate...

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