Tánaiste launches Bank of Ireland’s 11 hybrid working hubs, with three new hubs coming for Cork, Galway and Limerick

The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, today visited Ballycoolin in north Dublin to launch the 11 new remote working hubs that have been introduced as part of Bank of Ireland’s new hybrid working model. Three additional hubs are being developed by the Bank in Cork, Galway and Limerick and…

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Cork ETB announced as patrons of new special school in Rochestown by Ministers Foley and Madigan

Minister for Education Norma Foley TD and Minister of State with responsibility for Special Education and Inclusion Josepha Madigan TD have confirmed that the new special school in Rochestown which was recently announced will operate under the patronage of Cork Education and Training Board (Cork ETB).  This new special school will provide for the needs…

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Rebel City Distillery launches Distillery Tour and Ireland’s Only Absinthe on the Cork Docklands

Rebel City Distillery, makers of the multi-award-winning Maharani Gin, have officially opened to the public as they launched the Rebel City Distillery Tour in their historic dockland’s location, in the repurposed Ford Car Factory. Founders Robert and Bhagya Barrett combine long-standing craft with a splash of cultural creativity in an iconic setting with the launch…

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NEW BARE BY VOGUE X DEIRDRE BREEN YOGA MATS

The NEW Bare By Vogue Yoga Mat was designed in collaboration with Irish artist Deirdre Breen. This premium Yoga Mat features a suede top layer and moisture-resistant natural rubber base. This non-slip sweat-proof mat is ideal for hot yoga, yoga, barre, pilates and meditation. This mat was designed as part of the launch for Bare…

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New Energy Advice Kiosk Opens on Grand Parade in Cork to Support Energy Communities

Communities are invited to take collective action to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions. Cork is one of five European cities chosen for this pilot programme of one-stop-shops. The Cork City Council’s Home Energy Upgrade Office is a stop-shop in Cork and has staff on hand to give people advice and support on all aspects…

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The Rémy Martin Cork Business Awards 2022 – Categories Announced!

  THE CATEGORIES ARE ANNOUNCED…….. Business Cork is delighted to announce the award categories for The Rémy Martin Cork Business Awards 2022 which will take place on Saturday November 26th 2022 at The Convention Centre of the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs. RTE’s Miriam O’ Callaghan will be the Compere for an outstanding night of honouring…

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Cork production company Aperture Media serving up Paul’s Food Truck Favourites on RTÉ this July

TV Chef Paul Flynn’s new six-part series Paul’s Food Truck Favourites will hit RTÉ One on July 6, exploring Ireland’s thriving street food scene. The series, sponsored by Kerrygold, is the culmination of a career dream for Aperture Media founder Daniel Fleming, head of the Cork company that specialises in creative video production. Fleming said:…

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HOTEL GROUP HELPS TEAM MEMBERS DEVELOP THEIR SKILLS TO GROW THEIR CAREERS IN HOSPITALITY

Trigon Hotels launches Trainee Management Development Programme Trigon Hotels has launched its Trainee Management Development Programme (TMDP). The programme will run for 12 months and is accredited by the City & Guilds with a Level 3 Award in Hospitality Supervision and Leadership Principles. The team members at Trigon taking part in the programme are Diana…

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Twenty years of Health Action Zones in Cork – a Community Health Work Celebration

Cork North Community Work Department (Cork Kerry Community Healthcare) with the Health Action Zone Initiative is celebrating 20 years of Community Health Work across Cork city and county with community partners and supporters at The Glen Resource and Sports Centre.  This special event marks the official launch of a new website healthactionzone.ie which is full of information…

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BOI Economic Pulse falls in June – One third of households say they are ‘just making ends meet’

Economic Pulse falls in June One third of households say they are ‘just making ends meet’ Industry, Retail and Construction Pulses rose in June, while Services Pulse dropped The Bank of Ireland Economic Pulse came in at 78.8 in June 2022. The index, which combines the results of the Consumer and Business Pulses, was down…

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