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5 June 2020

Lord Mayor of Cork hands over life saving ventilators to Cork Hospital

Five ventilators to be handed over to Cork’s biggest hospital by the Lord Mayor following a donation by a Chinese hospital

4 June 2020

Cork City Council wins ISO 50001 for energy efficiency commitment

Cork City Council has gained international certification for its commitment to energy efficiency within the organisation and reducing its carbon footprint.

2 June 2020

Virtual Cruinniu Na nÓg to take place on June 13th!

Cork City Council in conjunction with Creative Ireland are delighted to present a packed programme of imaginative and fun free activities for young people with...

1 June 2020

Cork Sports Partnership Couch to 3K gets Cork up and running

Cork Sports Partnership have launched their online Couch to 3k running programme to help boost wellbeing in Cork.

31 May 2020

Sports Capital Grants scheme put to good use by ‘The Barrs’

The Lord Mayor met officials and players at St. Finbarr's GAA last week to view the two new dugouts funded through our Sports Capital Grant Scheme.

29 May 2020

Cork City Marathon virtual race series launched as 2020 race cancelled

Cork City Marathon 2020 moves online as this year's event cancelled due to COVID-19.

29 May 2020

Public Consultation:French Church St, Carey's Ln, Cook St, Marlboro St

Cork City Council has launched an online public consultation survey on the proposed implementation of one-way pedestrian movement on 4 city streets.

29 May 2020

Customer service helpline answers 123,000 calls in its first year

Cork City Council's Customer Service Unit is celebrating one year in operation, having answered approx 123,000 calls since then.

29 May 2020

Community Spirit is thriving in Farranree and Fairhill

Farranree and Fairhill local community and voluntary groups are hard at work for their community as part the Cork City Community Response Forum.

25 May 2020

Public Participation: Identification of Bathing Waters

Local authorities must identify official bathing areas in their area every year so that they can be monitored for safety, water quality and their level of use.