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7 March 2022 

Lord Mayor of Cork travels to US to develop and strengthen civic, business and tourism links

Lord Mayor of Cork travels to US to develop and strengthen civic, business and tourism links

3 March 2022 

Grand Marshal of the Cork St. Patrick's Day Parade Announced

Blood Bike South have just been announced by Cork City Council as the Grand Marshal of the 2022 Cork St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Parade which is back after a...

2 March 2022 

Cork City Council KinShip EcoLab Competition Launched!

Open Call Competition to Design an Experimental Structure in Tramore Valley Park in Cork

1 March 2022 

Cork City Council Announce Programme for International Women's Day 22

Cork City Council & Cork City Council’s Women’s Caucus are proud to launch a programme of events celebrating International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March 2022.

1 March 2022 

Lord Mayor Calls On The People of Cork To Show Solidarity With Ukraine

The Lord Mayor of Cork invites the people of Cork to join him in showing solidarity with Ukraine on 2 March at 12 noon at the gates of Bishop Lucey Park

25 February 2022 

Local Live Performance Grant Scheme Announced!

Cork City Council now invites applications to the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme Phase III, for the delivery of live performance events in Cork City...

25 February 2022 

Cork's much loved Lifelong Learning Festival is returning for 2022

The 17th Cork Lifelong Learning Festival will take place from Monday 4th to Sunday 10th of April 2022.

22 February 2022 

LEO Cork City's Local Enterprise Week Returns!

Local Enterprise Week 2022 has been launched by the Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Cork City. This year the schedule is packed with events from Wellbeing to Tik...

22 February 2022 

Cork ranks 1st for economic potential in Financial Times FDI European Cities & Regions of Future league

Cork ranks 1st for economic potential in Financial Times FDI European Cities and Regions of Future league

18 February 2022 

Cork City Council Public Counter Opening Hours

In line with the lifting of restrictions as announced by the Taoiseach last month, public counters at Cork City Hall are open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm.