Latest: More weather warnings issued by Met Éireann as Storm Brian approaches
A court has heard a man who claims he was "groped and fondled" by a doctor received a €70,000 settlement from the hospital.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has issued a direct message to three million EU citizens living in Britain, promising she will make it as easy as possible for them to stay after Brexit.
Ronnie O'Sullivan had to deal with a stage invader after booking his place in the fourth round of the English Open.
The OPW has bowed to public pressure and plans to use demountable barriers instead of raising quay walls along two historic quays as part of its €140m flood defence plan for Cork City.
Tipperary hurling kitman John ‘Hotpoint’ Hayes admits he’ll find it difficult to watch the county’s hurlers again having been relieved of his duties after almost 30 years of service.
Captain Michael McCarthy, Commercial Manager, Port of Cork and Chairman of Cruise Europe, has been named October’s ‘Cork Person of the Month’.
While getting Britain to pay as big a divorce bill as possible is uniting EU leaders at the moment, money is what will divide them once Britain leaves, writes Paul Wallace.
The group have slammed the allegations by former member Kaya Jones.
A customer notice from a rural pharmacy has become a social media sensation after the owners of the chemists placed a hilarious do not disturb type sign on the shop door during the worst of Hurricane Ophelia.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar last week warned the banks to repay the thousands of people ensnared in the tracker mortgage scandal “and apologise”.