Daily Archives: October 18, 2020

City Must Keep its Maritime Heritage Within Tivoli Project, 17 October 2020

17 October 2020, “As development moves into the Docklands, we don’t want to see other buildings of character like it disappear,” historian and city councillor, Kieran McCarthy, said at the time of the Sexant demolition”; “We need to have a bigger conversation about the city’s Docklands, about retaining heritage”. City must keep its maritime heritage within Tivoli project, https://www.echolive.ie/corknews/Opinion-City-must-keep-its-maritime-heritage-within-Tivoli-project-409687fc-2596-4acc-9e47-95122a15ad7c-ds

Monkey Puzzle Tree Update, 17 October 2020

16 October 2020, “After the iconic Monkey Puzzle Tree in Mahon was blown down, Cork city councillor Kieran McCarthy, UCC’s Dr Eoin Lettice, O’Callaghan Properties and St Michael’s Credit Union joined together to ensure locals with fond memories of the tree could take part of it home”, Cork residents snap up pieces of iconic monkey puzzle tree, https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/munster/arid-40066755.html?fbclid=IwAR10JaNQzs_WdaOmwS8N3QKWSaERlqUQoxK70RBw4Ikqc1QIRDpl1aShjFI

Nostalgia: A look back at one of Cork’s best loved streets, 17 October 2020

16 October 2020, “Speaking at Monday night’s council meeting, Independent councillor Kieran McCarthy said he had done some research looking back into the early past of the street”, Nostalgia: A look back at one of Cork’s best loved streets, https://www.echolive.ie/corknews/Nostalgia-A-look-back-at-one-of-Corks-best-loved-streets-c8d51ccd-a768-435d-86e7-35c948c16ae2-ds?fbclid=IwAR2zXJuHUNUVdjdtmuVzcvv-DmESEtUdVndi8ZANPtDDYqp11B6CQ12Rad4

MacCurtain Street, Cork 2020 (picture: Cllr Kieran McCarthy)