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12 May 2021 

Lord Mayor Launches The Peoples Archive

Call out to members of the public to search their attics and presses for stories, photographs, letters and witness accounts which showcase life in Cork between...

12 May 2021 

Cork City Council awarded Innovation funding for city cargo bike fleet

City businesses and community groups will have the opportunity to avail of a fleet of cargo bikes as Cork City Council receive government innovation funding.

10 May 2021 

Temporary diversions in place on a section of Blackrock Greenway

Improvement works on the Blackrock Greenway mean a section between Atlantic Pond and Blackrock Station, will be temporarily closed from May 10.

6 May 2021 

Lord Mayor Launches new Meals on Wheels initiative

Lord Mayor Cllr. Joe Kavanagh officially launched the Cara Meals on Wheels Community Van on 5 May 2021

4 May 2021 

Increased pedestrianisation of city centre streets begins

From Tuesday May 4, shoppers and visitors to be the city will enjoy increased hours of pedestrianisation on Oliver Plunkett Street and connected streets.

29 April 2021 

Work to begin on access ramp from Marina to Blackrock-Passage greenway

Construction is beginning today ( April 29)  on a new access ramp linking the Marina and Blackrock - Passage Greenway.

29 April 2021 

Cork City Council Celebrates Poetry Day Ireland with the launch of Poetry in the Park!

Cork City Libraries invite you to enjoy poetry while you stroll around Cork City’s beautiful parks

28 April 2021 

Councillors briefed on Emerging Preferred Route for Passage Greenway

Councillors were briefed on the Emerging Preferred Route (EPR) for the Passage Railway Greenway Phase 2. Public consultation will take place from mid-May.

27 April 2021 

Cork City Council Women's Caucus welcomes Citizen's Assembly recommendations

Cork City Council’s Women’s Caucus has strongly welcomed the recommendations of the Citizen’s Assembly on Gender Equality.

23 April 2021 

Creative young citizens to shape Cork City Development Plan

FREEDOM OF THE CITY is an innovative project that empowers young people to participate in the consultation phase of Cork City Development Plan.