Cllr Finn

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The council has estimated that the bridge will see up to 3.9 million users a year and result in a cutting of journey times of 1.8 minutes per day which will equate to savings of €11.20 per hour

Cork City councillors will choose the name of the latest bridge to be constructed across the River Lee on Monday with a leading Irish-American trade u(...)

Dan Breen of Cork Public Museum, Tom Dowdall, Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Mick Finn and Deborah Dowdall  with the marble bust of Terence Mac Swiney. The Dowdalls are grandchildren of Cork’s first female lord mayor, Jane Dowdall. Photograph: Michael O’Sullivan

The Lord Mayor of Cork has welcomed the acquisition of two War of Independence-era artefacts including a marble bust of one of his predecessors, Teren(...)

Cllr Mick Finn said the ‘green light’ from both the Dáil and Seanad will accelerate a transition process  between  city and county councils

The passage of legislation through the Seanad and the Dáil extending the boundary of Cork city has been welcomed by the Lord Mayor of Cork M(...)

Lord Mayor Mick Finn suggested people should try and imagine what life was like for the generation of young Cork people who went to fight in battle.

Commemorating those who fell in the first World War will help Ireland and the world learn lessons on how to avoid such carnage and the futility of ano(...)

A file image of Liam Miller playing for the Republic of Ireland against  Montenegro in a World Cup qualifier in 2009. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho.

The organisers of the Liam Miller tribute match have urged the Cork public to come out and support the event, saying an attendance of 30,000 plus will(...)

The former Glasgow Celtic, Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller also played Gaelic football with local club, Éire Óg.

Organisers of the Liam Miller tribute match have welcomed the GAA’s announcement that it is willing to meet with them to discuss the proposed staging (...)

An artist’s impression of the new bridge planned for Cork

Cork is get a new €5 million pedestrian bridge across the River Lee which will be used by 11,000 people a day to enter and leave the city centre. Wor(...)

A Confederate flag held by a Cork supporter after the hurling All-Ireland quarter-final in 2015. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Cork GAA officers have condemned the practice by a small number of Cork supporters of flying the Confederate flag at Cork GAA matches. The officers h(...)