– Laissez-faire approach has failed spectacularly – Actions needed to secure tenants’ rights and reduce rent inflation Immediate measures must be implemented across the country to strengthen tenants’ rights. That’s according to National Housing Charity, Threshold, who urges that actions are required to more effectively promote compliance among landlords and ...Read More
L-R: MICHAEL MULCAHY, CHAIRMAN OF CORK CIVIC LIFE AND LIFETIME PATRONS LINDA & DAN KIELY How many of us embrace the Giving while Living ethos, and how many of us think it is something for the rich and famous rather than for those of us in ordinary jobs and careers? While Giving while ...Read More
Immigrants, including people living in direct provision centres, are being encouraged to vote in this May’s elections
FACTBOX: If you live in Cork city or county, you can vote in the local elections EU citizens can vote at European AND local elections Non-EU citizens can vote in local elections British citizens may vote in national, local and EU elections. Councillors initiate action and promote the community interest, ...Read More
new publication outlining the range of mental health supports available to young people in Cork was launched by Lord Mayor Cllr Mick Finn today (Tuesday February 5th).
Sinéad Glennon Head of Mental Health services Cork & Kerry HSE, Lord Mayor Cllr Mick Finn and Martin Ryan Cork Kerry Community Healthcare Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention, Photography by Gerard McCarthy 087 8537228 The Youth Mental Health Resource booklet is a Connecting for Life Cork project. Connecting for Life ...Read More
Tony O’Brien Photography by Gerard McCarthy 087 8537228 Mr. Tony O’ Brien has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of St. Luke’s Charity & Home, with responsibility for leading the way as this over 130-year-old Cork charity forges a path for a successful future. Located in a modern purpose-built facility in ...Read More