400 students participated in Model United Nations Conference in Cork’s City Hall hosted by Davis College Mallow

Students to debated Russian Invasion of Ukraine and Criminalisation of LGBTQIOA hate speech and homophobia in UN amongst other pressing global issues 400 students descended on Cork’s City Hall to thrash out and discuss some of the biggest social, political and economic issues facing Ireland, Europe and the World as the country’s largest Model United…

Cork International Hotel first business to be awarded 50 Shades Greener Award which aims to reduce tourism and hospitality industry’s carbon footprint

50 Shades Greener project in conjunction with Cork College of FET’s Bishopstown Campus aims to reduce energy and waste costs within the industry Cork International Hotel was the first hotel business in Cork to receive the 50 Shades Greener award on Wednesday morning, following their completion of a new programme offered by Cork College of…

Minister Madigan praises ‘state of the art’ special education facilities at Carrigaline Community Special School

Minister of State for Special Education and Inclusion, Josepha Madigan, visited the new special school in Carrigaline on Monday morning and had high praise for Cork Education and Training Board for their long-standing commitment to inclusion and ensuring the educational development of all students under its patronage.   Minister Madigan visited Carrigaline Community Special School…

Property firm praised for Cork College of Commerce pairing using apprentice scheme to foster new talent

Cork property agency ERA Downey McCarthy have said that pairing with Cork College of Commerce, a Cork Education and Training Board College, to offer an apprenticeship scheme in Auctioneering and Property Services has been instrumental to fostering new talent within the business. The company, led by Michael Downey and Seán McCarthy, has seen their commitment…