Cork News

Blue Bin job loss site sit-in

WORKERS of Healy Blue Bin were this morning seeking a meeting with the liquidator of the company after a sit in at its premises last night. The 25 staff at the company on the Skehard Road were told yesterday morning...

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Vigil for boy struck by car in East Cork

THE seven-year-old boy knocked down in a hit and run accident near Youghal while playing near his home was still...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 12:00pm Read More

‘I’ve been driven out of my home by jail works’

A CORK woman who is recovering from cancer says she is being forced out of her home by the noise...

Wednesday, 16/04/14 - 12:14pm Read More

PICTURES: Emergency services fight blaze in Cork city

Emergency services are attending the scene of a fire in Cork.Three units of the fire brigade were called to a...

Monday, 14/04/14 - 11:52am Read More

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Four saved as boat runs aground in Cork

Four people have been rescued after their boat ran aground in Co Cork last night. Crosshaven lifeboat launched shortly after...

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Growing concern at heroin use in Cork

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A call has been made for an aggressive campaign to tackle the use of heroin on our streets. The call...

Friday, 11/04/14 - 12:25pm Read More

Prison dog recovers after eating drugs thrown over wall

A Cork Prison patrol dog is recovering after it ate a packet of drugs that was thrown over the prison...

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Boots Ireland to open new Carrigaline store

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  Pharmacy chain Boots will open a new store in Carrigaline as part of a further expansion into Ireland.  A total...

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Garda renew appeal in relation to injured cyclist

Gardaí in Kanturk have renewed their appeal in relation to an accident involving a female cyclist who was seriously injured...

Thursday, 10/04/14 - 11:04pm Read More

Bus Eireann investigates report of couple shooting up on Cork bus

Two heroin users were seen 'shooting up' on a bus in Cork city in recent days, according to the Evening...

Thursday, 10/04/14 - 5:59pm Read More

National News

Gardaí object to bail for duo accused of failed robbery of Dublin petrol station

Gardaí have objected to bail for two people accused of trying to rob a petrol station in Dublin last night.They were arrested after two masked raiders threatened staff with knives before leaving empty handed.The attempted robbery happened at a filling...

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Tech firm announces 30 jobs for Dublin

Thirty new jobs have been announced in Dublin. Trilogy technologies, which provides ICT services, is expanding its workforce from a...

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Two women held in connection with McConville murder

Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have made two more arrests.Two...

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Mother renews call for inquiry into death of Irish man in Bolivia

An Irish woman is calling for international pressure to be put on Bolivia over the investigation into her son's death...

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Doctors open to discussing framework for talks on free GP care for under-6s

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) says it will consider Junior Health Minister Alex White' request to agree a framework for...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 11:22am Read More

Anglo jury meets to continue deliberations

The jury in a fraud trial of two Anglo Irish Bank directors over a multimillion loans-for-shares scheme has begun a...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 10:18am Read More

Gun, drugs and cars seized in Tallaght raid

Gardaí in Dublin area seized drugs, cars and a firearm in Tallaght yesterday. As part of an intelligence-led operation, gardaí...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 9:39am Read More

Kerins and Flannery ‘must appear before PAC within two weeks’

The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that "there is no way" Angela Kerins and Frank Flannery...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 8:53am Read More

Pair escape empty-handed after failed attempt to raid Dublin petrol station

A man and a woman are due in court today in connection with an attempted raid at a petrol station...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 8:48am Read More

Government promises second free pre-school year

The Government has pledged to introduce a second free pre-school year before the end of the decade. The plan is...

Thursday, 17/04/14 - 7:41am Read More