3 Of The 5 Cork Schools Scheduled To Undergo Structural Remediation Works Have Been Completed
The works have finished ahead of the new academic year
The Cara Junior Special Education School, the Educate Together National Schoolin Carrigaline, and St Colman's Boys National School in Macroom all underwent structural works over the past month and have been deemed safe for students and staff.
Meanwhile, fire safety work is underway at Scoil Phádraig Naofa and Gaelscoil Mhichíl Uí Choileáin, with both schools to get structural works later this year.
The 5 Cork schools are among the 22 across Ireland, built by Western Building Systems, that must undergo remediation works in the coming months following detailed investigations.
More from Cork
Spike Island Has Been Shortlisted For A Prestigious Tourism Award
The former prison fortress will represent Ireland along with the Cliffs of Moher
Some Young People Are Now Gambling Away Thousands Of Euro In A Single Day
Some are losing their entire salaries
The Number Of Women Dependent On Codeine And Cocaine In Cork Is On The Rise
That's according to the Cuan Mhuire treatment centre for women
Parents Turn To Cork Penny Dinners For Help Due To Mounting Back To School Costs
The charity is delivering food hampers this week to families under pressure
Senior UCC Lecturer Says He Will Not Be Intimidated By An Anonymous Death Threat
Dr Amanullah De Sondy took to Twitter to highlight the Islamophobic voicemail he received yesterday.
Fire Crews Spend 19 Hours At Scene Of Fire In Mallow
Fire crews from the City and County spent over 19 hours at the scene of a hay fire in Mallow.