Top quality land, is how auctioneer Joe McCarthy describes this residential farm holding at Coolymurraghue, ...
A very neat and tidy small-holding near Mallow should attract a broad range of customers this week.
Finally, the news has filtered out, confirming a substantial farm sale in south Cork.
The Ballydehob location in scenic west Cork, and the quality of the farmhouse and outbuildings, will ...
Hot on the heels of a couple of successful sales, including a public auction where 35 acres of land in ...
FOUR fine green fields about sums up this late month offering from the team at Irish and European.
It may be November, but the pull of the auction room remains strong with another positive result in the ...
More that 90 people filled the room for the auction of a fine 76-acre farm at Ratharoon, Bandon, Co Cork ...
A tidy farmstead with 68 acres of top quality land in good condition is being offered in the Kilmacthomas ...
If there was a time a squirrel could travel from one end of Ireland to the other without touching ground, ...
A man has been arrested after his two American pit bulls mauled a pregnant woman to death.
A woman will be sentenced next year for accidentally stabbing an 18 month-old girl while she was attacking the child's mother.
Three men in their 30s and 40s were being questioned last night about a horrific sex attack on two little girls attending a birthday party.
Gardaí in Cork are hunting two men who stole a 'substantial' amount of cash in an armed robbery on a post office in the city this morning.
He's been making wedding dreams come true for years but celebrity wedding planner Franc played cupid for two festive proposals yesterday.
A man who appeared to provide sign language interpretation on stage for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, attended by scores of heads of state, was a "fake", the national director of the Deaf Federation of South Africa said.
A new ferry service that will sail from Ireland to the west of France and northern Spain has been announced.
A proposal which called on the members of a golf club to donate €1m of a cash windfall to more than 20 local charities has failed.
A pig farmer who was jailed for ordering two repossession men to strip naked and get into a pen with a boar has been released on bail ahead of his appeal.
A multinational corporation is "re-evaluating'' its dependency on its 670-job Irish operation following a Labour Court recommendation that it pay back money to Siptu workers.
It's all downhill from here — Corkonians could be skiing and snowboarding down the country's first publicly owned ski slope by next summer.
Shoplifting is reaching epidemic levels and the system is "an absolute joke" because there is no effective deterrent, according to a district court judge.
THE World Press Photo exhibition has returned to Ireland for the first time in a decade.
A personal assistant accused of defrauding Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi has told a court that she saw evidence of regular drug use by the celebrity cook.
There has been a slight decrease in the number of residential mortgages in arrears over 90 days and an increase in the number of permanently restructured mortgages in October, according to the Department of Finance.
The special liquidators appointed to the former Anglo Irish Bank have agreed to sell most of the €2.5bn loan book know as Project Evergreen.
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The Limerick intermediate team is still without a manager, but, in a compromise that was backed unanimously at a meeting of the county board in Claughaun GAA club last night, the dispute that had threatened to throw the county back into the chaos it had witnessed only three years ago was finally resolved.
Highlights include the finales of Homeland and Mad Men, and the new dating show My Best Shot
It's just the backing she needed in her race against time for a Christmas miracle.
The first John McHale knew about EirGrid's plan to put a pylon "30m from the kitchen window" was when he opened a copy of the Western People newspaper last October.
MYTHS are the stories that groups tell themselves: the beautiful lies that allow life go on. This is a week of great myth making. In the death and interment of Nelson Mandela we are witnessing modern myth being made in front of our eyes. But myths can be pernicious and evil — corroding life as well as enhancing it.
Tipperary native Brian Lonergan fulfilled a long-standing ambition when his tricolour appeared on live TV during Sunday's NFL clash between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks at Candlestick Park.
Sometime next year, certainly in league and possibly championship, the veteran secretary of the Sarsfields club will smile across at the first-year secretary of Erin's Own, and give a knowing nod.
A snow-coveredforest, magic fairydust — and real life husky puppies. Welcome to Santa's grotto, Franc-style.
A councillor who wants to regulate busking in Cork by introducing a dress code, a curfew, and a minimum 20-song rule has been branded a "killjoy".
THE scandal at the Central Remedial Clinic is a gift to the Government. Here we have an organisation seemingly plundering charitable funds, to feather the nests of a group of Fianna Fáil insiders, all of whom can be linked easily to former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern.
The Department of Social Protection has sent more than 6,500 letters since the start of the year to jobseekers here telling them about job opportunities across Europe and in Canada.
UK demand for Irish renewable energy is not as strong as plans to build hundreds of windfarms across Ireland would suggest.