Cork News

Cork’s first vegan bakery coming soon

CORK may soon have its own vegan bakery on George’s Quay after a local baking entrepreneur set up a GoFundMe page to raise money to fit out a unit in the city centre. It would be the first of its...

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Check out the 18 Cork restaurants that made the McKenna top 100 guide

A NUMBER of Cork restaurants have made it into a respected guide of the best eateries in the country —...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 12:16pm Read More

Children waiting up to three years in Cork for orthodontic treatment

THIRTEEN children in Cork have been waiting for orthodontic treatment for more than three years. They are among 1,493 children...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 12:02pm Read More

BAM gets planning for more student apartments on events centre site.

EXTRA student accommodation on the site of the former Beamish & Crawford brewery has been given planning permission. The site...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 11:59am Read More

Cork mum recalls her daughter waking up with blood-curdling screams up to nine times a night

A MOTHER of two has slammed waiting lists for children with arthritis after being forced to opt for private treatment...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 11:55am Read More

Cork Sport

WATCH: Mary I manager Jamie Wall hails ‘close to perfect’ display in Fitzgibbon Cup final

Jamie Wall was delighted with his side when interviewed after he led Mary I to the 2017 Fitzgibbon Cup by beating IT Carlow in Pearse Stadium.   Aaron Gillane of Mary Immaculate College Limerick in action against Ross Brown of...

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Cork move clear on top of Division 1 of the Lidl NFL as Waterford top Division 2

Lidl Ladies National Football League round-up, compiled by Jackie Cahill. Ephie Fitzgerald’s Cork moved ominously to the head of affairs...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 9:52pm Read More

GAA Congress: Motion to recognise Club Players Association withdrawn

Tipperary and Wexford’s motion to officially recognise the Club Players Association (CPA) was withdrawn after a call to do so...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 9:54pm Read More

New-look Cork ladies footballers with the same impact

Mary White LADIES FOOTBALL IN the aftermath of Sunday’s win against Dublin, full-back Roisín Phelan succinctly stated exactly what Cork...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 12:49pm Read More

The time has come for the championship to be run on a league basis

The Barry O’Donovan column WHEN details began to emerge recently on the proposed new All-Ireland football championship structures being voted...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 12:48pm Read More

Gaeilge

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Downtown

FILM REVIEW: All tied up… and nowhere to go!

Fifty Shades Darker, Out now nationwide, Cert: 18, * Review by Cara O’Doherty IF you have a sensitive or prudish disposition please turn the page, this review is about to get steamy. Actually, that is not really true because the...

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Triskel pays tribute to ECM

Triskel Christchurch is set to host its second ECM Weekend. Don O’Mahony talks to Triskel’s artistic director Tony Sheehan about...

Friday, 25/11/16 - 3:41pm Read More

Singing with emotion

Annette Buckley tells Don O’Mahony about her involvement with the Americana-influenced SomeRiseSomeFall collective and why she prefers singing live to...

Friday, 25/11/16 - 3:39pm Read More

National News

Two arrested on suspicion of murder after man’s body is found in street

Two men have been arrested after a man was found murdered on a street. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said the dead man, aged in his 20s, was discovered on Bangor Road in Newtownards, Co Down, at about...

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Two arrested in connection to fatal shooting in Dublin, released without charge

Two people arrested during an investigation into a fatal shooting in Dublin on February 19, have been released without charge....

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 10:57am Read More

Court appearance for man arrested during armed robbery in Dublin

A man is due to appear in court today in connection with an armed robbery in Dublin. A man in...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 10:52am Read More

Sinn Féin: Brexit undermines Good Friday Agreement

Brexit undermines the Good Friday Agreement according to Sinn Fein. The party’s Pearse Doherty (pictured) says the British government is...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 9:50am Read More

Four people arrested for ‘drink driving’ in Kildare

Four people were arrested for ‘drink driving’ last night during a Garda operation called ‘Operation Sound’. Another two vehicles were...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 9:56am Read More

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Life

Perfect pancakes

By Mercy Fenton It’s that time of year again! For some people the only time pancakes are cooked is Shrove Tuesday — in our house they are an occasional weekend treat with maple syrup. Thicker, fluffy pancakes work for us,...

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Is MacCurtain Street set to be the most deaf accessible place in the country?

An ambitious project is underway by Cork Deaf Society, to encourage traders along MacCurtain Street to make their businesses more...

Wednesday, 22/02/17 - 11:36am Read More

I’m still busy living, says Anne, as she battles on

Almost two and a half years ago, Anne Herlihy was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She tells CHRIS DUNNE about her...

Tuesday, 21/02/17 - 1:59pm Read More

WOW

Honours for water baby

A little girl who had heart surgery aged just five months old has won a national Little Heroes Award. JANE MCNAMARA chats to her mum Anne Dillon from Ovens about the inspiring little swimmer. “THE main thing I have learned...

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Remembering mum’s cooking for charity

A Cork woman has gathered a host of celebrity chefs for an event called Mum’s Dish in aid of Penny...

Wednesday, 22/02/17 - 2:48pm Read More

Feeling fabulous at 50

Fretting about entering your 50s? Three 50- something wellbeing pros share their top tips for embracing the milestone SOME familiar...

Friday, 17/02/17 - 2:25pm Read More

Why is she so addictive?

As her star continues to rise and shine, Eimear Varian Barry from Friar’s Walk — model, stylist and blogger —...

Friday, 17/02/17 - 2:19pm Read More

Engage in some sibling revelry

Three sisters from West Cork have released their debut CD together, writes COLETTE SHERIDAN, ahead of their East Cork concert...

Friday, 17/02/17 - 2:13pm Read More

Video

WATCH: Mary I manager Jamie Wall hails ‘close to perfect’ display in Fitzgibbon Cup final

Jamie Wall was delighted with his side when interviewed after he led Mary I to the 2017 Fitzgibbon Cup by beating IT Carlow in Pearse Stadium.   Aaron Gillane of Mary Immaculate College Limerick in action against Ross Brown of...

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WATCH: Dual legend Rena Buckley is the Evening Echo Supreme Ladies Sports Star

Éamonn Murphy SPORT RENA Buckley was a fitting winner of the Evening Echo Supreme Ladies Sports Star award at a lavish function...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 12:18am Read More

Mayfield delight as they collect All-Ireland junior title in classic

Mayfield (Cork) … 2-16; Mooncoin (Kilkenny) … 1-18: Mayfield wrote a momentous new chapter in the history of a club...

Sunday, 19/02/17 - 4:00pm Read More

National Sport

Manchester United should be desperate to win the League Cup final – they’d equal Liverpool’s trophy record

It’s no secret that the League Cup (or EFL Cup, as it’s known these days) is considered the least important competition for Premier League sides. But this year’s final might just be one of the most important in Manchester United’s...

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Tyrrell Hatton in contention at Honda Classic but trails Rickie Fowler by four

Englishman Tyrrell Hatton continued to enhance his burgeoning reputation by throwing himself into contention of the Honda Classic going into...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 10:48am Read More

Mo Farah’s coach Alberto Salazar in spotlight again after leaked report

Mo Farah’s coach Alberto Salazar has again found himself at the centre of doping allegations after a leaked report alleged...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 10:46am Read More

GPA will respond strongly to "Super 8" snub, says Earley

Dermot Earley (pictured) has indicated the GPA will respond strongly to Congress’ decision to ignore their plea to vote down...

Sunday, 26/02/17 - 10:13am Read More

WATCH: Joe Schmidt praises players: ‘They’ve really had to roll their sleeves up’

Joe Schmidt paid tribute to his Ireland players for rolling their sleeves up and keeping their Six Nations title bid...

Saturday, 25/02/17 - 9:44pm Read More