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20 December 2019

Evening Echo, Shalom Park - December 29th 2019

Evening Echo is an art project generated as an artist’s response to the particularities of place and locality and is now in its ninth year.

18 December 2019

Special Meeting of Council in January will open 2020 commemorations

Cork City Council will hold a Special Meeting on 30th January 2020 to commemorate the first meeting of Council elected by proportional representation.

9 December 2019

Removal of Bye-election posters

Cork City Council would like to remind all bye-election candidates that all bye- election posters were to be removed by Friday 6th December, 2019.

7 December 2019

45 Christmas Trees and over 115,000 Christmas Lights Adorn Cork City

Cork City Council has installed over 45 Christmas trees throughout the city centre and its suburbs to kick start the city’s seasonal celebrations.

7 December 2019

European Maritime Day 2020 - Call for Worshops

Interested in organising a stakeholder workshop during EMD 2020? The deadline has been extended to 8 December

6 December 2019

Winners of Cork Voices Campaign Celebrated!

The winners and creators of a novel project which empowered the public to choose how public funds are allocated are being invited to Cork City Hall today by th...

5 December 2019

GLOW stays GREEN in 2019

Glow, A Cork Christmas Celebration returns this weekend and GLOW’s Green Elves are back to ensure it stays green!

29 November 2019

Cork City Council projects win Excellence in Local Government Awards

Cork City Council won the Local Authority Innovation Award for the Arus Mhuire Project and the Health & Wellbeing Award for Cork Sanctuary Runners initiative.

28 November 2019

The search is on for Cork’s Favourite Song!

Cork City Libraries, in association with Creative Ireland, have launched a campaign to find Cork’s Favourite Song, as voted for by the people of Cork.

26 November 2019

Flood Warning Update - 26 November 12.00

No parking will be permitted at Morrisons Island, Union Quay, Father Mathew Quay and Frenches Quay from 1pm today, Tuesday, until 7am on Wednesday morning due ...