Marymount Hospice Ball Committee are delighted to present the proceeds raised from the 2022 Gala Ball to Marymount University Hospice.

Dr Sarah Mc Closkey Ch Ex Marymount University Hospital, Martin Kelleher chair of the Ball committee, Joe O’Shea Marymount University Hospice, Caroline Counihan Ball committee, ,Liam Kerins .Marymount University Hospice , Pat O ‘Flynn and Susan Conway O’Neill Ball committee,  Photography By Gerard McCarthy 087 8537228   Marymount Hospice Ball Committee are delighted to present…

Chris Mee Group – Your Health and Safety Update!

We have a number of helpful Health & Safety articles and pieces in this weeks email, including; SAFEWARE: 2023: The Year To Engage Your Online Learners Workplace Fatalities fall, while employment figures rise in 2022 Featured Food Safety Course Of The Week: Implementing Food Safety Management Systems QQI Level 5  EHS Jobs available in Ireland TODAY! Featured Online…

A ‘knight’ to remember for ‘Breakthrough Cancer Research’ as the Garryvoe hotel goes medieval and Stephen Belton – Managing Director puts his head on the block!

Stephen Belton – Off with his Hair On Saturday, January 21st, 2023, cast off those January blues and come along to the Garryvoe hotel where, for one knight only, a medieval themed event awaits. All proceeds from all of the ticket sales, raffle sales and donations to idonate.ie/garryvoehotel will go to Breakthrough Cancer Research.  Stephen…

Landmark day for Cork as Minister Norma Foley turns sod on State-of-the-Art Carrigtwohill School Campus

Construction of historic campus underway and due for completion in 2023 Cork Education and Training Board and the Catholic Diocese of Cloyne were joined by Education Minister Norma Foley, T.D., on Friday to celebrate a significant milestone in the construction of a new three-school campus in Carrigtwohill that will be home to over 2,000 students…

Dunkettle Progress Update 28th November 2022

Following on from our update of Friday 25th of November 2022, we confirm that there will be a minor change in alignment for M8 southbound, N8 eastbound and N25 westbound traffic wishing to enter the Jack Lynch Tunnel from tomorrow morning. The aerial photographs below show the realigned routes – the main impact will be on N25 westbound…