Cork News

Four machete attacks in city

  A MAN had his life threatened and two others have been treated in hospital after four separate machete attacks in recent days in Cork city. Four individuals were targeted in the random attacks since last Sunday. A man has...

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Graduates told to write own script to succeed

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  GRADUATES were urged to write the scripts for their own success at a ceremony in University College Cork (UCC)....

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Anglesea Street office to oversee garda reforms

A NEW office to oversee garda reforms in the southern region is being set up as part of a raft...

Friday, 27/02/15 - 9:59am Read More

Fire at Showgrounds

SIX units of Cork City Fire Brigade have been called out to a fire at the old Showgrounds on the...

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Transatlantic flights on way to Cork Airport

CORK Airport chiefs are in serious discussions with American and Canadian airlines to finally make Cork Transatlantic flights a reality....

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Mount Mercy top class entrepreneurs

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MOUNT Mercy College, Model Farm Road, scooped a top prize at yesterday’s Make-A-Wish Ireland’s Kids4WishKids Schools Entrepreneurship Awards 2015. The...

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The weighting is over for Veronica

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  WITH the eighth series of Operation Transformation drawing to a close tonight, Dunmanway leader Veronica Horgan has much to...

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Apple set to expand in Cork

GLOBAL giant Apple is set to significantly expand  its Cork operation, growing  from 4,000 to a possible 8,000 employees by...

Thursday, 26/02/15 - 10:26am Read More

Cantillon wants to be biggest loser to help local charities

ERNEST Cantillon is set to become Cork’s biggest loser to help local charities – and win a betAfter a series...

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Gardaí appeal for witnesses to serious assault in Cork suburb

Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to a serious assault in Douglas, Cork.The incident happened last Sunday morning, between 1.30 and...

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National News

Kelly: FG-Labour government one of the best in Irish history

Fiachra Ó Cionnaith, Political Reporter - In KillarneyTweet @OcionnaithEnvironment Minister Alan Kelly has claimed the Fine Gael-Labour coalition is "probably one of the best in the history of the State" because of the "simple fact" it has achieved what the...

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Man questioned over machete attacks in Cork city

By Eoin EnglishGardaí are questioning a man about a spate of brutal machete attacks in Cork city.The man, who is...

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Tallaght hospital visitor restrictions in place due to flu

Visitor restrictions are being introduced for the weekend at Dublin's Tallaght Hospital due to a flu outbreak.Emergency services are operating...

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Fatal crash in Carrick-on-Suir

A pedestrian has been killed following a crash in Carrick-on-Suir in Co. Tipperary.The incident happened shortly before 3pm this afternoon...

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One killed in Nenagh pipe-laying work accident

One person has been killed in a workplace accident in Nenagh this afternoon.It's understood that the incident happened on the...

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Varadkar: Reports of patient treatment ‘very upsetting’

The Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar, said the case of an elderly man whose relatives say was treated poorly by...

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Clare man convicted of sexually assaulting one-year-old baby

A Clare man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a one-year-old baby ten years ago. The 45-year-old man had pleaded...

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Technical difficulties reported with some Lotto machines

Some Lotto machines across the country are experiencing a technical fault this afternoon - the second in a month.It is...

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Bewley’s on Grafton Street closes shop

Bewley's Café on Grafton Street in Dublin is closing its doors for refurbishment this afternoon.The landmark café originally opened in...

Friday, 27/02/15 - 3:08pm Read More

Dwyer trial hears mobile phone evidence

Mobile phone traffic evidence has resumed in Graham Dwyer's trial for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara.The Cork-born architect...

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