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County Mayor welcomes Cityjet Cork to London City flights that commence this week  

THE Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr John Paul O’Shea has this week welcomed the commencement of the CityJet Cork-London City flights from Cork Airport. Welcoming the Cork to London City service, Mayor O’ Shea said, “This new service which commences this Thursday from Cork Airport offers the people of Cork a direct flight into the heart of London city within one hour.

Funding approved for Macroom Bypass

by Stephen Johnson   FUNDING has been approved for the long-awaited bypass on the N22 Ballyvourney to Macroom road.   This comes as part of a €6bn investment in the road network over the next seven years announced by the Government this week in its €42bn capital investment plan for the country.

Cork’s American dream takes off

AFTER years of trying, false dawns, set backs and disappointments, the nation’s second busiest airport is finally set to see direct, scheduled flights to the USA. Cork Airport has warmly welcomed the announcement from low cost carrier Norwegian that it plans to operate a direct Cork-Boston service from next May and that it also intends to launch a new Cork-New York service in 2017. A Cork-Barcelona service is also planned

Draft in contractors to get rural roads in shape says TD

CORK Southwest Fine Gael TD Jim Daly has written to the 55 members of Cork County Council seeking their support for an initiative he has resubmitted to Management in County Hall which he claims would drastically improve the current condition of rural roads at a cost of less than 1% of the Motor Tax collected in the County of Cork each year.

Bandon pedestrian crossing to be moved for safety reasons

A dangerous pedestrian crossing in Bandon is set to be relocated following discussions between a local TD, the National Roads Authority and Cork County Council. Fine Gael TD Jim Daly said, “I am pleased to have received confirmation from the NRA that they are to install additional public lighting along the Bandon bypass to enhance safety at the GAA grounds and surrounding area.

Halfway roudabout to be upgraded

FINE Gael TD for Cork South West Jim Daly has received confirmation from Cork County Council that a “long term sustainable solution” is to be put in place to enhance the appearance of the “Halfway” roundabout. The news comes about twelve months on since Deputy Daly first raised the issue with Council Management and since then Mr. Daly says he has received ongoing correspondence from constituents seeking updates and requesting

Bus Eireann expands Kenmare services

BUS Eireann has expanded its summer daily service between Kenmare and Killarney and begun a new daily “Ring of Beara” service. The expanded Kenmare-Killarney service (Route 270) offers three daily departures from Kenmare at 8:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., with stops in Kilgarvin; Morley Bridge; Loo Bridge, and Glenfesk. The new service connects with services from Killarney to Kenmare.