Cork News

Guns, cash, antiques and paintings seized in garda searches

Gardaí investigating organised criminal activity have seized guns, cash, antiques and paintings in a series of raids  at a number of locations in counties Cork, Kildare, Dublin and Louth this morning. As part of an ongoing investigation into organised criminal activity,...

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Dwyer trial: Angler describes day he found bondage gear in lake

An angler has told Graham Dwyer's murder trial that he fished out bondage cuffs, a black blindfold and a rubber...

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Pana shows signs of life as retailers on the move

PATRICK Street, is showing signs of renewed activity with a number of retailers taking up positions in prime units on...

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44 on trolleys in Cork emergency departments

THE number of people on trolleys in Cork city’s two emergency departments was 44 yesterday. There were 20 patients on...

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Rochestown home can be yours for just €1.3m

3 Eyrecourt, Garryduff , Rochestown, Cork
A ROCHESTOWN house has gone on the market for more than €1.3m. Adjacent to Garryduff Sport Centre and Mount Oval,...

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Mahon Point ‘among top five centres nationwide’

Mahon Point staff who have been working in the centre for 10 years Diana Dreiname, Julie Casey, Vincent O’Driscoll, Jerry Forde, Pawel Sienkiewicz, FInbarr O’Neill, Tom O’Mahony, Tony Walsh, Mary O’Connor, Angela Cummins and Veronika Sienkiewicz at the launch of the Mahon Point 10-year celebrations. Picture: Darragh Kane
MAHON Point shopping centre has been hailed as one of the top five shopping centres in the country ahead of...

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High speed train service to cut Cork-Dublin journey time

Kent Station Train
IRISH Rail is to introduce a higher-speed service from Cork to Dublin which will reduce journey times by 15 minutes....

Wednesday, 28/01/15 - 10:32am Read More

Cremin may be Sinn Féin’s choice for Lord Mayor post

Henry Cremin
BISHOPSTOWN councillor Henry Cremin is emerging as the surprise favourite to be the Sinn Féin Lord Mayor when the party...

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Work to start in June on paved plaza plan for Blackrock Harbour

Blackrock Harbour
Work will begin in June on the renewal of Blackrock Harbour creating an open paved plaza area with priority for...

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Fountainstown beach likely to be open for summer

Fountainstown beach. Picture: Denis Scannell
The hugely popular Fountainstown beach looks unlikely to be closed to swimmers this summer despite initial fears of a shut down...

Wednesday, 28/01/15 - 10:08am Read More

National News

Nursing and Midwifery board defends fee increase

The Nursing and Midwifery Board is to start a new round of meetings with nursing unions to discuss the registration fee for 2015.It was raised from 100 to 150 euro, leading to anger among the unions and their members.Yesterday, the...

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Anne Enright is Inaugural Laureate for Irish Fiction

Anne Enright has been named as the Inaugural Laureate for Irish Fiction.She was awarded the honour by the Arts Council...

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Former garda convicted of damaging protected monument

A former Garda has been convicted of damaging a Bronze Age burial mound in County Wicklow.69-year-old Thomas Hand of Carrig...

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Teachers’ union talks adjourn until next week

Talks between teachers' unions and the Department of Education in a bid to resolve the row over the Junior Cert...

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Firefighters object to ‘unworkable’ changes in service

Proposed reductions in the manning levels and changed rostering arrangements of retained firefighter crews across the country are being slammed...

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Gusts of 110km/h to accompany wintry showers tonight

More wintry showers are on the way this evening.A Status Orange wind alert has now been issued by Met Eireann...

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Gardaí seize guns, antiques and cash in organised crime raids

Guns, antiques, paintings and cash have been seized by gardaí in a series of co-ordinated raids against organised crime gangs.Thirty...

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Man in his 60s missing since Sunday night

Gardaí are appealing for the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing 63-year-old man from Co. Offaly.Peter Guinan,...

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IMPACT: IAG will cut jobs if it takes over Aer Lingus

Up to 1,200 jobs could be lost at Aer Lingus if the airline is sold to IAG, according to the...

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Dog cooked alive in Kildare ‘worst case of animal torture’

Investigations have been launched after a dog is believed to have been cooked alive over a fire at the Curragh...

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