Don’t forget about the Good Friday Easter Egg Challenge at Old Cork Waterworks

Falconry, magic shows and make-and-do are just some of the activities on offer on Friday March 30 (Good Friday) at Old Cork Waterworks Experience during the Easter Egg Challenge to support city and county primary schools. A fantastic family fun day out is guaranteed as children undertake a treasure hunt to solve clues on the way…


The Imperial Hotel goes the ‘eggs-tra’ mile for Pieta House this Easter

Cork’s iconic The Imperial Hotel will host a very special Easter Chocolate Sale on Wednesday March 28 and Thursday March 29, with all proceeds raised going to Pieta House, an amazing organisation, who provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm. The hotel’s talented pastry chefs, Rebecca English and…


Thriving Irish Door Systems team is hiring a General Manager

An exciting opportunity for an experienced General Manager to join the thriving IDS International team has arisen!   “As the success of IDS continues to grow, so does the opportunity for our talented team to expand. We are constantly searching for capable, skilled and forward thinking people to join our expert team.  “When it comes to recruitment,…


Westboro Partners in Association with O’Leary Life hosted a lunch with world renowned economist David McWilliams

Westboro Partners in Association with O’Leary Life hosted a lunch with  world renowned economist David McWilliams to discuss how ongoing events in Europe and the US will impact on our lives, our families and our businesses at Fota Island.

For more info contact  Grainne O’Gorman

Photography by Gerard McCarthy 087 8537228

Lifetime Lab rebrand to Old Cork Waterworks Experience

One of Cork’s leading visitor attractions is undergoing change, as Lifetime Lab rebrands to the Old Cork Waterworks Experience. The rebranding is part of a strategy to develop the tourist potential of the site and attract additional international and domestic visitors. It follows significant investment by Cork City Council and Fáilte Ireland at the site…


Community and investment are to bring a 10% increase in jobs growth over five years in Cork

More than €700 million is currently being invested in Cork City Centre by private and public sector organisations. The developments, which include a number of multi-functional sites encompassing retail, office, education, culture and tourism, are driving growth and confidence in Ireland’s second city. Matching this financial investment, traders, retailers, hoteliers, city residents and businesses have…