SECAD ISSUE FINAL REGISTRATION CALL FOR THEIR FREE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES TRAINING PROGRAMME

 final call for registrations has been issued by SECAD, whose Sustainable Communities Training Programme is set to kick off on 15th September in south and west Cork. The innovative course, which runs from this September until May 2022, is open to community groups, volunteers, businesses, young people and individuals from 16 communities across south and west…

Radisson Cork and The iNUA Collection introduces exciting new Professional Cookery Traineeship

Calling aspiring chefs who would like to improve their career prospects while also working on the job… Ireland’s largest regional hotel group, The iNUA Collection has a deep commitment to team development across its properties all over the country. The iNUA Collection is delighted to announce a new programme that puts that focus firmly on…

BALLYMALOE FOODS EXCITED TO BE PART OF CORK ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL Design POP will be the first opportunity to meet customers face-to-face since 2019

Ballymaloe Foods has joined with Cook Architects as part of Design POP Cork, an architecture, design and food festival that runs from August 27th to 29th. The event celebrates creativity, collaboration and Cork city and will see Ballymaloe Foods located in Elizabeth Fort for three days.   Architects Dermot Harrington and Paul Carpenter have designed…

CORK CONNECT GET IN GEAR TO LINK CORK NORTHSIDE & LITTLE ISLAND WITH FIRST-EVER BUS SERVICE -Travel Free on ‘Cork Connect- Route 210’ For The Month Of July –

‘I want to take you to the island’ are no doubt Paul Brady lyrics which will be heard on Route 210!  It was with great excitement that the residents and commuters of Cork’s Little Island – City Centre -Northside corridor welcomed the news of the first-ever bus route to service their area.  Commencing Wednesday 7th July, Cork…

Bank of Ireland warns of ‘unprecedented spike’ in fraud Up to 20 new fraudulent sites appearing per day

Bank of Ireland has issued a warning to the public advising extra caution around fraudulent text messages in circulation this week.  There has been a spike in ‘smishing’, where fraudsters send fake text messages, which appear to come from Bank of Ireland, and direct customers to fake websites imitating Bank of Ireland websites.  Since last…