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Submitted on Tuesday, 6 May 2014

The St. Luke’s Home Foundation, Cork is launching a fundraising album entitled ‘Reminiscence’ on Thursday 8th of May at Collins Barracks, Cork City. The album is expected to raise up to €20,000 for the Home.

Reminiscence - a selection of melodies by mezzo-soprano Lenore Welch McGahan will go on sale to raise funds for the therapy and activity programme at the 128 bed Home, which specialises in Alzheimer Care. 

Submitted on Friday, 2 May 2014

Irish owned eFolioAccounts.com has launched a secure online accounting software system using cloud based technology that manages accounts in a simple, fast and effective manner while keeping operating costs down by making the facility "unlimited". This SaaS (Software as a service) and other cloud computing platforms transform information technology into a low operating cost rather than an expensive capital investment and this has significant implications for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) across the Irish economy in terms of positive growth, one of the major benefits being that it will assist SMEs to get paid on time. 

Submitted on Thursday, 1 May 2014

We recently completed a large scale design and print project for the 2014 Cork International Choral Festival which is due to take place 30th April - 4th May 2014. Now in its 60th year the festival is one of Europes premier international choral festivals, renowned for its welcome which brings the City of Cork to life with for a celebration of choral music in all its many forms.

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Submitted on Thursday, 1 May 2014

As Cork gets ready to tee off for the 2014 Irish Open, key stakeholders were invited to a public meeting organised by Cork City and County Council in County Hall on Wednesday 30th April, to discuss the unique opportunities the Irish Open offers Cork, not only during the event itself but long into the future.

Submitted on Friday, 25 April 2014

~Brand new orienteering trails are the latest attraction added at 500 acre wildlife and outdoor activity paradise ~

The Easter weekend officially marked the re-opening of Millstreet Country Park, for the outdoor season, and this year there are even more reasons to visit the 500 acres wildlife and activity paradise.

The park sees 3 exciting new orienteering trails been mapped out and are awaiting pioneering adventurers to take up their challenge. Orienteering, a pastime that requires navigational skills using a map and compass to navigate terrain provides for a fun outdoors challenge for all the family. The newly added Orienteering Trails at Millstreet Country Park vary in distance to cater to different levels and age groups and are 2.6km (Bronze), 6.3km (Silver), 11.5km (Gold).

The first big event to look forward to is the annual Millstreet Country Park Traditional Craft & Blacksmithing Fair which takes place on the Bank Holiday Weekend in May. The fair offers the public a rare opportunity to observe and celebrate traditional Irish skill-sets from the spark of a blacksmiths hammer and anvil to the intricate work of weaving a sugán basket. This year’s Craft and Blacksmithing Fair will have a particular emphasis on Wood Turning as expert in the field of Wood Turning John Aherne, Chairman of the Cork Wood-turners Guild hosts demonstrations on how to turn your fallen trees into intricate shapes and beautiful useful wooden objects.