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CATEX Reflects Buoyant Industry
CATEX, Ireland’s largest foodservice and hospitality event, returns to the RDS, Dublin from Tuesday ...

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Fellowship for Brian
Brian Bowler of the Montenotte Hotel, Cork was presented with an IHI Fellowship by Michael Mallon, c...

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Paul's Lifetime Achievement
Paul Boksberger was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the IHI Founders Banquet

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Helen is a Fellow
Helen Fahy, head of quality and culture at The Doyle Collection receives her IHI Fellowship from Mic...

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CATEX Reflects Buoyant Industry
Fellowship for Brian
Paul's Lifetime Achievement
Helen is a Fellow

'Heartbreak Pier' saved

The future of one of an historic pier has been secured after planning permission was approved for its refurbishment.
More than 1m emigrants have embarked from the pier in Cobh, Co Cork, including 123 passengers who boarded tenders to the ill-fated Titanic.
Known as Heartbreak Pier because so many never returned to Ireland, it is finally going to be turned into a visitor attraction.
The wooden pier was in danger of falling into the sea until the owners of the town’s Titanic Experience carried out conservation works on it.
 
They have now secured planning permission from Cork County Council to upgrade the pier into a viewing stand, which will, for the first time in years, make it accessible to visitors who will be able to walk in the footsteps of the emigrants who left there for Australia and America.
 
 

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