Business leaders in Cork hope a series of new road projects and public transport developments will be part of the Government’s National Planning Framework.

Business leaders in Cork are confident that a number of major infrastructure projects for the region will get the green light when the Government’s Na(...)

English Market fishmonger Pat O’Connell: “it looks to be very organised with one set begging and then others collecting from them.” Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Traders in Cork have raised concerns about a group of Romanian men and women begging on the streets of the city centre in the run up to Christmas. Co(...)

A woman makes her way  through flood waters in Cork city on  February 4th, 2014. Flooding  had hit a large part of the country for a second day. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Business leaders in Cork have welcomed the OPW’s publication of its report on public consultation on a €140 million flood relief scheme for the city d(...)

Gardaí in Cork arrested 15 people last week for obstructing the footpath while begging. Photograph: Alan Betson

Gardaí in Cork have noticed an increase in begging in the city centre including organised begging and are targeting resources to try and alleviate the(...)

Joan Lucey, of Cork business Vibes & Scribes, says she has experienced a 10% hit in sales due to the ongoing Bus Éireann strike. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

There may not be tumbleweeds rolling down Patrick Street but the impact that the strike by Bus Éireann drivers is having on business in Cork city is m(...)

Rebecca Harte of  Farm Gate cafe. The Save Cork City group says she is among the city’s business people who back its campaign

Business representative organisations in Cork have expressed strong support for a €140 million Office of Public Works flood-relief scheme for the city(...)

MP O’Sullivan’s tobacconist on Academy Street, Cork: the original family business of local man James O’Sullivan who has passed away at Marymount Hospice.

Warm and generous tributes have been paid by political and business leaders in Cork to local businessman James O’Sullivan who passed away at Marymount(...)

The remains are removed at the funeral of Owen O’Callaghan at St Patrick’s Church, Rochestown, Cork, on Tuesday. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Property developer Owen O’Callaghan left a footprint across Ireland with the shopping centres he built, but his greatest legacy was the generosity he (...)

  Cork property developer Owen O’Callaghan, who died on Monday. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Politicians, business leaders and sporting figures were among the hundreds of people who turned out in Cork on Tuesday evening to pay their respects t(...)

The original plan for the site, which was owned by Heineken Ireland, involved the construction of a 6,000 seat events centre

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney has expressed confidence that a €50 million events centre for Cork will proceed and that a clearer timeframe for th(...)

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