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Ann Doherty says while Covid-19 meant  many firms now happy to allow their employees work remotely she fully expected companies to still require large offices that give them a physical presence in a city or a country. Photograph: iStock

Work practices may have changed due to Covid-19 with more people than ever working from home but multi-nationals and other large companies will still (...)

Pedestrianised Princes Street in Cork where traders have ‘sourced a demountable solution’. File photograph: Clare Keogh

Cork could become a prototype for other Irish cities by offering open-air dining when Covid-19 numbers fall and it is deemed safe for restaurants to r(...)

The 140-metre tower was designed by international architecture firm Gensler and the lead architect on the project was Marco Gamini. Image: Tower Holdings

Cork administrative and business leaders have welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanála to grant planning permission for a €150 million development in(...)

The 13,000sq m event centre on the site of former Beamish & Crawford brewery on South Main Street now has full planning permission.

The long-awaited €80 million Cork Event Centre will become a reality as developer BAM and operator Live Nation remain committed to the project five ye(...)

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin with Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Joe Kavanagh and Ann Doherty, chief executive of Cork City Council at the announcement of a significant Government investment in Cork City Docklands and the Grand Parade Quarter. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has announced more than €405 million in regeneration funding that he said would be a “game changer” for Cork city and county.(...)

The developments will include among other amenities, homes, schools and medical and social services, according to Cork City Council. File photograph: The Irish Times

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has hailed the establishment of a new office to oversee the development of the Cork docklands. Mr Martin said the move is a (...)

 Minister of State for the OPW Patrick O’Donovan said: ‘You have to allow people to object...  but there also has to be an end game’. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Climate change is occurring at such a fast rate that the Government will have to look at ways of speeding up the delivery of major flood relief projec(...)

Princes Street was recently pedestrianised as part of the Re-imagining Cork City programme. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Cork City Council has unveiled a €5 million Covid-19 package to encourage cycling in the city and support the hospitality sector with temporary pedest(...)

Pembroke Street in Cork, which has recently been pedestrianised as part of the Reimagining Cork City Programme. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Plans to pedestrianise significant parts of Cork City’s centre and create 4km of new cycle lanes are to be launched on Wednesday under a “Reimagine Co(...)

“Nothing has changed. A joint letter last week from the HSE, Cork City Council and the gardaí to landlords has made no difference as the Covid-19 lockdown house parties have continued.” Stock photograph: Getty

Residents living near University College Cork have pledged to bring their grievances over students in rented houses holding parties in breach of Covid(...)

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