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Submitted on Monday, 19 January 2015

~ Bobby Power joins from The Limerick Leader ~

Bobby Power, former Advertising Sales Manager at The Limerick Leader, has joined Hopkins Communications as Corporate Account Manager, and will be based in Limerick.   Offering full-service marketing communications to clients in the Mid-West region and nationally, Bobby’s extensive experience with The Limerick Leader, coupled with his previous years of experience with national media, will enhance the Cork-headquartered company’s offering as it enters a sustained growth path and celebrates 25 years in business.

Headed up by MD Mark Hopkins, the firm is recognised by all media, including national and regional press, radio, tv, and digital, provide an in-house graphic design & print and web design/development service, along with public relations, event management and promotions on behalf of local and national clients.

Current clients at Hopkins Communications include some of Ireland’s top brands and blue-chip companies, along with several small businesses.

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Submitted on Tuesday, 6 January 2015

The glass ceiling in the Big Four accountancy firms in Ireland looks to have cracked as the ratio of female to males graduating from UCC’s Master of Accounting (M.Acc.) Degree programme reached 2 to 1 this year. 

Submitted on Monday, 5 January 2015

Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley and his wife Niamh opened their beautiful Castlehyde mansion outside Fermoy Co. Cork today, to spread Christmas cheer to vulnerable children in the Cork region.

Submitted on Monday, 5 January 2015

Open interviews will take place at Mater Private Cork, which is located at City Gate Mahon, on December 30th 2014 to recruit over 25 nurses as part of the hospital’s ongoing expansion

Submitted on Monday, 22 December 2014
SHARE ~ Students Harness Aid for Relief of the Elderly

SHARE Students are bracing themselves for the final push in their traditional fast and fundraising campaign for Cork’s older people despite the recent blustery conditions. Wrapped up in their hats, scarves and distinctive yellow SHARE jackets, the students (all 1,500 of them from 20 of Cork’s schools) are enthusiastic and excited about the final few days of their once-a-year campaign.

‘There’s a fantastic spirit among us all and we keep each other going’ said Evan O’ Brien, Chairman of the SHARE Student Executive. ‘I can honestly say that each and every one of the student volunteers is extraordinary in their own right. They are focused on doing the best job possible and people are very generous towards them.  I suppose people know we’ve been doing this for 45 years and know the work must go on, year in year out. We’re learning so much with this experience – the SHARE people teach us so much about life as we visit and interact with them, not just at Christmas but throughout the year’.

‘The local Cork media got behind us big time this week and we would also like to extend our thanks to all of them for their support’ he added.