John Minihan: The Great Irish Debate

The Great Irish Debate On March 17, 1956, a young, adventurous Irish woman named Phyllis Minihan, my aunt, arrived in New York Harbour on the RMS Saxonia. The ship had sailed from Cobh, a few days earlier. Phyllis had trained as a Nurse and Midwife in the North Infirmary and had secured a nursing job…

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New road traffic management system for Cork Airport

Cork Airport, Ireland’s second busiest international airport, is introducing a new road traffic management system to facilitate growing passenger numbers. The measures include investment in an upgrade of the forecourt, improved access to car parks, improved signage, a new two-way road system to the Red Express car park and enhanced public transport lanes, all designed…

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