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Cork City

Cork City

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  1. The stability and talent on offer in Ireland gave specialist security company Tyco the opportunity to do something transformative in moving their global headquarters to Cork city centre, where further ... FULL ARTICLE AT Irish Examiner

  2. Man stabbed after finding burglar at his Cork home

    A 68-year-old man who interrupted a burglary at his home in Douglas in Cork City has been stabbed. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  1. Tyco shifted its corporate headquarters to the Irish city, Cork, where its global business services center is already located. FULL ARTICLE AT Zacks Investment Research

  2. Cork city councillors fail to agree budget

    Cork city councillors narrowly voted against adopting a budget for 2015 following a five-hour meeting last night. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  3. Wexford Youth remain top, while UCD Waves defeated Cork City and Peamount drew with Galway in today's FAI Continental Tyres Women's National League action. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  1. Former Republic of International Colin Healy has signed a new contract with Cork City and will remain at Turner's Cross for the 2015 season. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  2. Cork City have confirmed the signing of Gavan Holohan from Drogheda United. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  3. Canadian firm to create 105 Cork jobs

    Up to 105 jobs are to be created in Cork city over the next two years by a Canadian software company, OpenText. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  4. €6m for retail property in the centre of Cork City

    The last retail development opportunity of note in Cork City Centre has come to the market with a guide price of €6m. FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

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Wikipedia

Cork City F.C. (Irish: Cumann Peile Cathrach Chorcaí) is an Irish football club playing in the FAI Premier Division. Founded and elected to the league in 1984 to continue the long tradition of Association Football in Cork, its traditional colours are green and white with red trim. It was one of the first clubs in Ireland to field a team of professional footballers and certainly the first in... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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