The city centre’s traditional Christmas lights and Christmas trees will be turned on next week as part of ‘Corkmas’, the new name for Christmas in Cork.
Attended by more than 200 women, this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED) for the Cork/Kerry region was a celebration of female entrepreneurship.
Dozens of young people from across the city and surrounds enjoyed Cork’s first Urban Outdoor Sportsfest in Tramore Valley Park.
Cork City Decade of Commemorations 2012-2023 Remember and Renew reflection, Thursday 16th November 2023.
Cork City Council wishes to advise that some low-level tidal flooding is expected in low lying areas of the city this evening, Tuesday 31 October.
Tidal Flooding expected this evening with high tide due at 18:22p.m.
Cork City Council has launched an exciting new Affordable Housing Scheme at Heathfield, Carriginarra, Ballincollig.
Due to the Super Spring Tides over the next 2 days some tidal flooding is expected around low lying quays during peak high tide times this weekend.
The status orange rain warning that is in place for Cork has been extended until 1pm tomorrow Wednesday, October 18.
Notice: Cork City Council (Street Performer) Bye Laws 2023 Public Consultation