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21 May 2021 

Old Cork Waterworks Experience Launches Online Booking Platform

Visitors to Ireland’s only Victorian Waterworks now have the comfort of booking ahead with the launch of Old Cork Waterworks Experience's online booking platfo...

20 May 2021 

A Moment in Anglo-Irish history: Commemorating the Queen's Visit to The English Market

On this day 10 years ago, the streets of Cork were alive with spectators to offer a royal Cork welcome to HM Queen Elizabeth II and the late Prince Philip, Duk...

20 May 2021 

Cruinniú na nÓg returns 12 June!

Cork City Council in conjunction with Creative Ireland has announced their largest Cruinniú na Óg Programme with over 30 free interactive and imaginative event...

18 May 2021 

Priest killed in 1921 remembered in ceremony and donation

Family of Fr James O’Callaghan, a parish priest shot dead by the Black and Tans in 1921 in a case of mistaken identity donate his jacket to Public Museum

17 May 2021 

Lord Mayor Cllr Joe Kavanagh Launches LGBTI+ Awareness Week

LGBTI+ Awareness Week was opened yesterday, Sunday 16 May by the Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Joe Kavanagh. The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress were honoured to open L...

15 May 2021 

Lord Mayor pays tribute to former Lord Mayor Tim Falvey on his passing

The Lord Mayor Cllr. Joe Kavanagh has extended condolences to the family of Tim Falvey, former Lord Mayor of Cork, who died overnight.

14 May 2021 

Cork City Council Seeks Parklet Partners!

Following the success of the parklet on Douglas Street and South Mall, and as part of the ‘Reimagining Cork’ programme, Cork City Council is seeking to provide...

12 May 2021 

Lord Mayor Launches The Peoples Archive

Call out to members of the public to search attics and presses for stories, photos, letters and witness accounts showcasing life in Cork between 1913 and 1923.

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.