CBA News

Public able to vote on Cork’s best building

THE Cork public are being asked to nominate the city’s best-looking buildings for the annual Better Buildings Awards. The awards honour the best-designed and best-kept buildings in Cork City and suburbs. They are organised by the Cork Business Association (CBA) together with Cork City Council and the Evening Echo. Aimed at rewarding staff, managers, property […]

Businesses urged to enter for awards

Cork Airport Overall Winners 2016 Cork Business Association (CBA), which is celebrating 60 years, is calling on members and businesses throughout the city to enter its annual Cork Business of the Year Awards. The awards ceremony will take place at a black tie dinner in Páirc Uí Chaoimh conference centre. In partnership with awards sponsor […]

State must help Cork become true second city

The Government is soon set to make two critical, once-in-a-generation, decisions about the future of Cork. The outcome of these dual major public policy choices on the horizon for the state’s second city will dictate the shape of development and the scale of ambition for Cork, as well as the economic prospects for the entire southern […]

Feel Good Friday – It’s Electrifying!

Another hugely successful Feel Good Friday took place on August 25th with High Hopes Choir and Cork City Samba Band stealing the show! They fought off some tough competition though from our Lord Mayor, Tony Fitzgerald, who stepped up to the mic and blew us all away. There were smiling faces all round on the […]

Cork… The Comeback Kid

The following is a fantastic article written by Aoife Carrigy for   Being a Jackeen, I don’t immediately appreciate the poetry of my nightcap in Cork’s hottest new cocktail bar. I’m in town for a collaboration between one of Galway’s most creative chefs, JP McMahon of Aniar, and one of Cork’s, Bryan McCarthy of […]