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Cork News

Clontarf Bridge reopens to traffic following two month closure

Clontarf Bridge was reopened to traffic this afternoon, two days ahead of schedule. The key bridge had been closed for the past two months for essential repairs and renovation to the 100-year-old structure costing €2.5m. While the bridge will re-open...

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Water bills to dead man upset family

A CORK woman has spoken of her shock and upset after receiving three letters from Irish Water addressed to her deceased...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 9:54am Read More

Capitol planning appeal decision is due January 4

A DECISION on the planning appeal for The Capitol cinema redevelopment will be made by January 4. Cork City Council’s...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 10:19am Read More

Toilet location in Ballincollig Park are in the wrong location

Ballincollig Regional Park
THE Ballincollig Regional Park is finally set to get toilets and changing facilities – but their location has been criticised....

Friday, 28/08/15 - 9:39am Read More

The merger is on! – Cork super-authority to be recommended

Exclusive by Mary Smithwick THE group reviewing the future of local government in Cork is set to recommend the merger...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 11:18am Read More

Cork Sport

It’s 75 not out for Nults as Sheppard signs new deal

Mark McNulty 9/7/2015
Noel Spillane  CORK City’s ‘Goalkeeper of the Year’ Mark McNulty is assured of a rapturous reception at Turner’s Cross tonight.  The popular Ballincollig man will be playing in his 75th consecutive match for the Leesiders against Tommy Dunne’s Galway United...

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Doireann is recalled to Cork side as Collig edge out Ballinhassig

CORK have made one change ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry on Saturday.  Corner-forward Doireann O’Sullivan (above) returns to the...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 7:05am Read More

VIDEO: Midleton’s touching tribute to rugby stalwart

MIDLETON Rugby Club have played an amazing, heartfelt tribute to stalwart  Mick Cullinane, who last week passed away at the age...

Thursday, 27/08/15 - 1:46pm Read More

Playing at Croker was amazing, but I don’t expect an All-Star any time soon

GAA v Gaelic Writers Association
Éamonn Murphy  CROKE Park in August is usually the preserve of the best of the best. Even the top bands...

Thursday, 27/08/15 - 10:16am Read More

Ramblers are now on a sound footing

NOEL SPILLANE Soccer  THE vibrancy and positive vibe is back at Cobh Ramblers. Last night’s well attended AGM in the...

Thursday, 27/08/15 - 9:55am Read More


Meitheal oibre do phlean teanga Mhúscraí


Plenty of faults in Paper Towns

File photo of Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne at a screening of Paper Towns in Los Angeles, on 18/07/15.  See PA Feature FILM Delevingne. Picture credit should read: DAVID CROTTY/PatrickMcMullan.com/PA Photos. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Delevingne. UK REGIONAL PAPERS AND MAGAZINES, PLEASE REMOVE FROM ALL COMPUTERS AND ARCHIVES BY 25/08/15
Cara O’Doherty’s review of Paper Towns: Release date August 21, Cert 12a, rating: ** THE Fault in Our Stars reduced thousands of movie-goers to tears. Based on a book of the same name, it raked in more than €300 million at...

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Taking the Mike as poet comes to Cork festival

Mike Gary
Ahead of his visit to Cork, Mike McGrath-Bryan chats with Mike Garry about his roots, life as a poet and reaching...

Friday, 24/07/15 - 2:34pm Read More

Review: Inside Out – A classic, I dare you not to weep

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Downtown’s new film critic Cara O’Doherty reviews the latest Disney animation, Inside Out. WE all have little voices in our...

Friday, 24/07/15 - 2:17pm Read More

National News

Suspect package sent to Alan kelly declared a hoax

The Army Bomb Disposal team has declared a suspect package sent to the office of Environment Minister Alan Kelly a hoax. The parcel arrived in the post at Minister Kelly’s office in Nenagh this morning, prompting an evacuation of the...

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Former Clerys workers demand meeting with new owners, claiming ‘total disrespect’

Former workers of Clerys department store have staged a lunchtime protest outside the offices of the new owners Natrium, demanding...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 3:03pm Read More

Co Down farmer, 82, died when Aga cooker caught fire

An elderly cattle farmer was killed when his Aga cooker caught fire, a coroner’s court has heard. Clothing or soft...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 1:36pm Read More

Suspicious package sent to office of Minister Alan Kelly

Update 3pm: The Army Bomb Disposal team has declared the suspect package a hoax. A suspicious package has been sent...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 3:31pm Read More

Second fisherman dies following incident in Killybegs

A second fisherman has died after being overcome by fumes while working on a trawler in Killybegs, Co Donegal, on...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 12:43pm Read More

Evening Echo Video


Born 100 years ago today, Cork artist Patrick Hennessy

One of Cork’s greatest ever painters, Patrick Hennessy, was born 100 years ago today. COLETTE SHERIDAN finds out about a forthcoming exhibition dedicated to his work ONE of Ireland’s most talented artists of the 20th century, Cork-born Patrick Hennessy, was...

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Gudge cake delight

EE features 21/08/2015.
Mercy Fenton Wicked Desserts.
Chester cake.
Pic; Larry Cummins,
Evening Echo staff
NUJ Photographer, Member of the Press Photographers' Association of Ireland.
In her weekly Evening Echo column ‘Baking with Mercy’, Mercy Fenton shares her delicious recipe for Gudge Cake Recently, I...

Wednesday, 26/08/15 - 3:42pm Read More

Pigs, horses and gluten-free dough as CIT students show off talents

EEjob 21/08/2015
Echo News
Students Steven Williams, Stephen Downey, Claire McAuliffe, Sebastian Schneider, Kelly Lane and Barry Mangan, with their projects at the CIT Student Inc programme, at the CIT Campus in Bishopstown.
Picture: David Keane.
From gluten-free cookie dough to feeding devices for piglets and a way to teach kids how to ride a horse…...

Wednesday, 26/08/15 - 3:06pm Read More


Designer of our rebel Rose dress

Cork; Aoife Murphy; pictured on stage with Daithi O'Se during the Live Rose of Tralee TV show held in the dome . 
Photo By : Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus LTD © 
Tralee Co Kerry Ireland Phone 
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She has been called one of Ireland’s hottest new designers… we talk to Valerie O’Shea,who designed the Cork Rose’s dress for The Dome SHE recalls watching the Rose of Tralee with her granny when she was small, bedazzled by all...

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I want to show women that there is nothing a girl from Cork can’t do

From a farm in Co Cork to Silicon Valley, Margaret Burgraff is now a high-flying working mum in California. She...

Thursday, 13/08/15 - 12:24pm Read More

We’ll remember our sister Ger with every step of the marathon

EEjob 27/07/2015 NEWS   Maria Barry of Youghal, is running in the Echo Mini marathon in memory of her Sister Geraldine, pictured here with her daughter Alice and her sister Irene Hennessy.
Picture: Denis Scannell
As the family of Ger Swayne prepare to run the Evening Echo mini-marathon this September, in memory of their sister,...

Thursday, 06/08/15 - 12:49pm Read More

My quest for a holistic cancer centre in my mother’s memory

Rachel Ireland
Inspired by the death of her mother, Douglas-based Rachel Ireland plans to open a holistic centre so that cancer patients...

Friday, 31/07/15 - 4:27pm Read More

My dream when my boys start school

Angie and husband Azzadine, with Hassan and Hussein
IT has been her “ultimate dream” since the boys were separated, to see them walk hand in hand into primary...

Thursday, 30/07/15 - 12:33pm Read More


VIDEO: Rosscarbery Horse Fair 2015

    The town of Rosscarbery came to life with the arrival of numerous stalls and dozens of horses and ponies to its streets.    Video / Pictures Dan Linehan Irish Examiner   The Rosscarbery Horse Fair has been taking...

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Video: Cork City Rocked with New Decades Festival

Cork City publicans celebrated the popular Decades Festival again this year which took place on Friday the 21st  and Saturday...

Wednesday, 26/08/15 - 10:54am Read More

Camden Fort military re-enactments

Camden Fort Meagher, Crosshaven hosted the “Irish Military Living History” Re-enactment Group  at the weekend. IMLH Group are dedicated to bringing history...

Monday, 24/08/15 - 12:41pm Read More

National Sport

Rodgers: New arrivals have helped Reds regain their appetite

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes this summer’s signings have given his side a hunger they lost last season. The Reds boss spent upwards of £80million recruiting Christian Benteke, Roberto Firmino, James Milner, Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Ings, Joe Gomez and Adam...

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Tough draws for Spurs and Celtic in Europa League

Tottenham have been handed a daunting group in the Europa League including a long haul trip to Azerbaijan. Spurs were...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 1:35pm Read More

WATCH: Stunning triple save by a teenage keeper in the Europa League

Norwegian side Odds Ballklubb were serious underdogs in their Europa League play-off tie last night, when they faced German giants...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 1:21pm Read More

WATCH: Schmidt talks squad positions and tough decisions

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt will announce his final 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup on Monday and admits...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 12:36pm Read More

Jason Ryan steps down as Kildare football manager

Jason Ryan last night left his role as manager of the Kildare footballers. Ryan had worked as a selector under...

Friday, 28/08/15 - 11:27am Read More