Archive for the ‘cork news’ Category

south main st cork city closed due to falling debris from building

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

south main st closed

south main st closed

bus eireann drivers on strike

Monday, May 13th, 2013

Strike on here!

Canadian naval frigate HMCS St .Johns in Cork.

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Hmcs St. John's

lots of foreign naval ships in Cork City this weekend.

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

There are lots of foreign naval ships visiting Cork City this weekend. Many will be open to the public too, so it’s worth heading along for a look.

Hnoms Hinnoey, Weilheim and LE Aisling


BNS Bellis and HNLMS Urk

RV Maria S. Merian in Cork

Monday, March 18th, 2013

German research vessel RV Maria S. Merian in Cork.


RV Maria S. Merian

planning application for brewery and brewpub on corkmarket street in cork city

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

I found this today:
planning for brewery and brewpub gloomy

Planning application for a brewery and associated brewpub on Cornmarket st in Cork City. I think it sounds great, and I hope it’s passed.

The Examiner has the whole story.

HMV on Patrick St. in receivership.

Friday, January 18th, 2013

HMV on Patrick St is closed, as the irish branch of HMV is in receivership.
HMV Patrick St. Cork City.

They are not accepting vouchers, and suggest that anyone who bought vouchers on a credit card do a chargeback through their credit card company.
HMV Patrick St. Cork City.

The helpdesk number to call is 01-4175746 or email .

The UK branch is in administration.
HMV Patrick St. Cork City.

the return of the newsagents?

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

I’ve noticed a couple of newsagents opening up in the City Centre lately. Twilight News, on Patrick street. Great location, and they sell cheap coffee and tea, right beside a taxi Rank.

Twilight News

Over on St Patricks quay, Quayside Cups is open. Just over the road from the Aircoach stop.
Quayside Cups

Both canny locations I think – best of luck to the business owners. It’s great to see new businesses opening, specially with the amount of closed shops in the city centre, and talks of more large shops in trouble.

good advice from Cork City Council

Friday, December 7th, 2012

The City Council have errected these fancy new signs around the city.
They dispense helpful advice to motorists such as:
new automated road signs in Cork

One presumes the sign obscured is unimportant, and that they will be able to use these signs to provide up to date traffic information.

Black Tie on Patrick st. closed for business.

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Closed on Saturday 13th Ocober.

Black Tie closed for business