SeaFest sets sail for Cork in 2019 – Ireland’s largest Marine Festival comes to Cork in 2019

SeaFest, Ireland’s largest and most spectacular maritime festival, will set sail for Cork next year. The festival will dock in Cork for the next three years, from 2019 to 2021. Ireland’s national maritime festival has been held in Galway for the past three years, and has quickly become one of the most popular events in…

Statement on the We Are Cork branding campaign made by CE, Ann Doherty to Cork City Council

Regarding the recent We Are Cork branding campaign and investment, Cork City Council CE and Chair of the Cork Brand Steering Group, Ann Doherty, said: “The need for Cork to market itself overseas has long been acknowledged – the Cork Area Strategic Plan (CASP) identified the need for effective place marketing of the Cork area…

€156,000 in funding under LGBTI+ Youth Strategy

Further to the launch of the LGBTI+ National Youth Strategy 2018-2020 in June 2018, Dr Katherine Zappone, TD and Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, is delighted to announce that 39 organisations were successful in their applications and will receive funding under the grant scheme for LGBTI+ Capacity Building initiatives for professional service providers who deal with…