Hopkins Communications handled the public/media relations for the Titanic 100 Cobh commemoration over several months in 2012, securing extensive coverage of the visit to Cobh of The President of...
Over 150,000 people are expected to flock into the city centre this year for Glow, A Cork Christmas Celebration, which is presented by Cork City Council.
The family-favourite festival, which takes place on Grand Parade from 28th November to December 21st, Fridays to Sundays, is set to be more magical than ever before.
Former Ireland and Munster hooker, Frankie Sheahan Aims to Drive Small Businesses Forward at An Post’s ‘GrowMyBusiness’ Conference in Cork
An Post has today announced their line-up of speakers at this year’s annual Grow My Business Conference on the 5th November at the Clarion in Cork City. Listed among the line-up of influential speakers are Frankie Sheahan, former Ireland and Munster hooker, Managing Director of Front Row and founder of the Pendulum Summit. News anchor Collette Fitzpatrick, award-winning copy writer Robert Hayes-McCoy, and Joanne Lawlor from the Timberland Cork Store.
Summer appears to have come to an end, the fires are being lit and the heating turned back on, but October’s hottest day is yet to come with Bikram Yoga Cork’s third birthday celebrations and open day on Saturday 18th October.
For those of you that have not heard of it, Bikram Yoga is the original hot yoga – or in layman’s terms – a therapeutic series of yoga postures and two breathing exercises performed in a heated room. Many athletes such as Irish and Munster rugby player Donncha O’Callaghan, Cork camogie player and Cork Rose 2014 Anna Geary, and Cork Thai boxer Shane O’Neill use Bikram as a form of enhancing their performance and agility or to help with injury prevention and cure.
Face your fears at the NEW Nightmare Realm in Cork this October
“Still shaking – can’t believe it scared me so much – excellent!”
“Oh, GOD I spent all the time I was in there crying!!”
“Excellent job, I still have a pain in my stomach from laughing and screaming!!”
As autumn leaves start to fall and the chill of winter looms, it’s time to think about heating our homes. More and more people are turning to multi fuel stoves as a cost-effective heating solution, as they burn inexpensive fuels like smokeless coal, seasoned peat briquettes and eco-friendly dried wood.