Winners of the National Project Awards 2018 announced!

The Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute (PMI) has announced the winners of the 2018 National Project Awards, sponsored by PwC. Declan Rundle, Head of Enterprise Change in AIB, won Project Professional of the Year at a gala dinner last night hosted by principal sponsor, PwC. He was acknowledged for his role in reinvigorating the bank’s Change…

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TY students win app development competition with Recycle Rampage app

Transition year students from Coláiste an Chroí Naofa in Carraig na bhFear have won the CEIA – Cork’s Technology Network SySTEM App Development competition. The students developed the Recycle Rampage app to encourage recycling at home and at school and impressed the judges with the technical functionality, graphics and marketing of the app.  The winners of…

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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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Ireland’s largest business school takes residence at landmark building in Cork City

An Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney TD officially opened the University College Cork Centre for Executive Education at 1 Lapp’s Quay in Cork. The landmark building in the heart of the city will house Cork University Business School (CUBS) and Irish Management Institute (IMI) programmes, bringing together the largest business school in…

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Cork City Council welcomes €7.13 million in Government funding for the wider Cork Metropolitan Area under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund

Cork City Council has welcomed €7.13 million in funding from the Government for the wider Cork Metropolitan Area under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF). The URDF was established to support the more compact and sustainable development of Ireland’s five cities and large towns. Lord Mayor, Councillor Mick Finn said: “Cork City is experiencing…

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