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Third win for Cork Independent

Wednesday, 7th November, 2018 4:50pm

The Cork Independent is celebrating three in a row this week after it secured another win at the Remy Martin Cork Business Awards 2018.

This is the third year in a row that the newspaper has won Publication of the Year at the awards night, which this year took place in the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs over the weekend.

During the announcement, MCs Patricia Messenger from C103 and PJ Coogan from Cork’s 96FM said: “Our winner this evening publish a weekly newspaper that is both informative and investigative in its outlook and is always up to date with its news and gives Cork a product that everyone can read for free.”

More than 550 people from a cross section of Cork businesses attended the night where they were listened to a number of speakers describe how Cork city and county is on the up.

Managing Director of the Cork Independent Jarlath Feeney said: “We are delighted to win the award for the third year in a row, it is a great testament to our staff who make it all happen, and of course to our readers and advertising clients who make it all worthwhile.”

Brian Hayes Curtin, Editor of the Cork Independent, said: “This is a great honour indeed and I am delighted that we won it this year once more. The award is the harvest of a team effort, from the journalists, pages designers, sales executives and marketing staff who produce the paper to the people who deliver our papers around the county every Thursday morning. Huge thanks too to our readers and advertisers who support the paper in such numbers. Here's to another three years, hopefully!”

See pages 41-43 for photos.


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