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pat o connell 2h
Cork city centre is open.Please do your very best to support local business,local jobs and keep this beautiful city alive.Please share and thank you.
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Deirdre Breen 24h
Delighted to share the news that my mural at Wandesford Quay that was co-commissioned by and will be part of a new street art initiative 📷 Photos by Jed Niezgoda and funded by and
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Micheál Martin 21h
As the clean-up operation continues following this morning’s floods in Cork, Govt has agreed that the necessary supports will be made available through the existing humanitarian & business schemes
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RTÉ One 21h
'74 Days: The Hunger Strike of Terence McSwiney', strikes to recreate the story of the last of his life.
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Patrick O'Donovan 20h
Just finished meeting people in after last nights flooding. The Government through OPW are committed to working with the Council to deliver the badly needed scheme. We need to move on.
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CBA Cork 20h
This is why we need flood defences now.This is the typt of damage that the Morrison’s Island project would protect the city from.
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Cork Smart Gateway 20h
Delighted to see representation from at the Annual Conference introducing to the audience the measures applied such as the pedestrianisation of streets that are part of the strategy “Reimagining Cork City”.
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Stephanie Rainey 21h
I love Cork and it has been so so good to me. I'm gutted to see this especially today when businesses face another closure. If you're thinking ahead to Christmas, please support our local shops and businesses. Feel free to post websites and businesses under here. 💛💛
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whaZonCork 21h
We continue to be in awe of Cork City Centre Traders who sweep away floods to open their doors to welcome customers and also to make room for print copies of the Cork International Film Festival. Here is our delivery bike arriving at Nash 19 on Princes Street earlier today.
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Cork City Council 21h
Do you need help picking up essential supplies like groceries, medicine or maybe you just need to talk?⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Our community Call helpline is still open for you, from 9 am to 5 pm seven days a week. ⠀ ⠀ ☎️Please call 1800-222-226⠀⠀ 👩‍💻Or email covidsupport@corkcity.ie⠀
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Sarah Thatt-Foley 22h
Fantastic cleaning job by , , and many more. The city centre is now dry people! If you are in a position to, come support our local shops. They are open and deserve our help.
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Cork City Council 22h
Minister Patrick O'Donovan is back in town a month after his last trip to again highlight urgent need to get flood defences completed ➡️We don’t need river rushing through our city streets & there’s a solution that could be in place in 18 mths, he says
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Cork City Council 22h
⚠️Cork City Flooding Update⚠️ Cork City Council Flood Assessment Team, working with , does not predict further flooding at high tide times later this evening and tomorrow morn. Be careful as there is still ponding in areas ➡️
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CorkCityCivilDefence 23h
Well done to our Swift Water First Responders assisting and other businesses on Oliver Plunkett Street
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Cork City Council 23h
Sterling work being done by the crews emptying gullies on Sth Terrace & South Mall & removing sand bags and gel bags after the flood receded. A suction tanker hoovers up water on Oliver Plunkett St Council crews pumped water from 2 homes on Probys Quay.
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Cork City Council 23h
Fair dues to Finbarr, Tony & Rory - all volunteers who are pumping out flood waters from a much loved chocolate shop on Oliver Plunkett St
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Cork Chamber 23h
It's a very hard day for businesses in Cork. We urge everyone to show support for local businesses and to seek out local traders when shopping online.
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CorkCityCivilDefence 24h
Thanks to our who are deployed around this morning with and operations crews to assist with serious flooding this am ⚠️
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CorkCityCivilDefence 23h
Swift Water Responder teams with operations crews and are currently providing support to some business premises in city following flood damage this am.
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Cork City Council 23h
Supporting local has never been more important 🛍️Cork City Council is proud to support , a one-stop shop showcasing Cork’s businesses 👩‍💻To shop or register your business visit:
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