Tusla orders two more creches to close

Tusla orders two more creches to close

Two more creches have been ordered to close after being put through an extensive enforcement process by Tusla.

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Tusla orders two more Dublin creches to close

Tusla orders two more Dublin creches to close

Two more creches have been ordered to close after being put through an extensive enforcement process by Tusla.

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Iconic Cork restaurant one of 23 food outlets forced to close

Iconic Cork restaurant one of 23 food outlets forced to close

An iconic Cork restaurant was one of a record 23 food outlets forced to close in November over hygiene concerns.

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‘Rubbernecking’ at fire-damaged Cork shopping centre a danger, garda chief says

‘Rubbernecking’ at fire-damaged Cork shopping centre a danger, garda chief says

A screen is to be erected to prevent a tragedy because drivers are ‘rubbernecking’ at a fire-damaged shopping centre in Cork City.

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Govt report claims there will be 38,000 excess teachers by 2036; Union brands it 'utter nonsense'

Govt report claims there will be 38,000 excess teachers by 2036; Union brands it 'utter nonsense'

A teachers' union has criticised a new Department of Education report which predicts an oversupply of 38,000 teachers by 2036 as “utter nonsense”.

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Homeless charity Respond promises 2,500 new social homes in next five years

Homeless charity Respond promises 2,500 new social homes in next five years

Respond already has 1,160 housing units in construction or on site, some of which will become available in December.

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Rugby less elitist sport in Munster, reports shows

Rugby less elitist sport in Munster, reports shows

Rugby is a less elitist sport in Munster than in any other part of the country, a new report has found.

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High Hopes choir to perform alongside Hothouse Flowers in special charity concert

High Hopes choir to perform alongside Hothouse Flowers in special charity concert

All profits from the event will be used to provide Christmas dinner for homeless people in Clare on December 25.

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Penny Dinners offers key to brighter future

Penny Dinners offers key to brighter future

High walls hide a hive of activity as builders on stilts expertly plaster and polish what will be Cork Penny Dinners' brand new day centre in the city.

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Three-year-old Zac Higgins opens Cork On Ice

Three-year-old Zac Higgins opens Cork On Ice

A little boy beams up at his mum, Bambi legs bending as he skates around Cork’s new ice rink.

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Dolores 'would have been so happy' with The Cranberries first Grammy nomination

Dolores 'would have been so happy' with The Cranberries first Grammy nomination

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan "would have been so happy" to hear that the band has been nominated for its first Grammy, says her grieving mum.

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'I don't know how the Minister has let this go on' - Aoife Bennett shocked at 'adversarial' court case

'I don't know how the Minister has let this go on' - Aoife Bennett shocked at 'adversarial' court case

Prior to the vaccine, she enjoyed a "very active life, a very active social life and school was no bother".

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‘Courageous’ asylum seekers fighting FGM in Ireland

‘Courageous’ asylum seekers fighting FGM in Ireland

Tánaiste Simon Coveney has praised the “courageous” women in direct provision who are advocating against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Ireland. ...

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Ana Kriegel's teen killers 'are not evil' says former Mountjoy prison governor

Ana Kriegel's teen killers 'are not evil' says former Mountjoy prison governor

Ana Kriegel's teen killers “are not evil”, the former governor of Mountjoy prison said as he warned that the case was a "wake-up call" to Government ...

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Irish Examiner scoops two awards at the 2019 Newsbrands Ireland Journalism Awards

Irish Examiner scoops two awards at the 2019 Newsbrands Ireland Journalism Awards

The Irish Examiner has scooped two awards in the 2019 Newsbrands Ireland Journalism Awards.

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'They shattered my soul. They killed my soul': Three victims recall abuse by Scout leaders

'They shattered my soul. They killed my soul': Three victims recall abuse by Scout leaders

The horror of being sexually abused as a child by a notorious scout leader has been revealed by three of his victims, who were so traumatised that they struggled ...

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Cork gardaí using social media to hunt for organisers of foiled JD Sports raid

Cork gardaí using social media to hunt for organisers of foiled JD Sports raid

A hunt is on to track the organisers of a planned mass raid on a sports shop in Cork.

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Cork credit union to scrap death benefit insurance

Cork credit union to scrap death benefit insurance

Many vulnerable, elderly people will be left with no life cover when a credit union scraps its death benefit insurance next month.

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'People who beat their partners may go unpunished without legal free aid'

'People who beat their partners may go unpunished without legal free aid'

Families could lose their homes and people who beat their partners may go unpunished without free legal aid, the Chief Executive of Free Legal Advice Centres has ...

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Victim's rights campaigner says Kriegel family's words were 'the most important' she's heard

Victim's rights campaigner says Kriegel family's words were 'the most important' she's heard

A rape victim who successfully campaigned for victim impact statements to be introduced in court said hearing the Kriegels' words after their daughter’s killers ...

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Cork company confirm it owns lorry in which 15 migrants discovered in England

Cork company confirm it owns lorry in which 15 migrants discovered in England

A Cork company has confirmed that it owns the lorry in which 15 people were discovered in Wiltshire, England.

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Martin: CUH staff admit patients will die due to overcrowding

Martin: CUH staff admit patients will die due to overcrowding

Taoiseach criticised over his ‘see no evil’ response to the situation

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Roll it there, Róisín: A look back at the life of Gay Byrne after his death at 85This story is enriched with multi-media content

Roll it there, Róisín: A look back at the life of Gay Byrne after his death at 85

Gabriel Mary 'Gay' Byrne, the man who would later dominate Irish media and smash open the country's most controversial taboos, was born on August 5, 1934, in Dublin's ...

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Dark side of the city: 'The only place heroin is taking you is down into the gutter'

Dark side of the city: 'The only place heroin is taking you is down into the gutter'

Cork city is in the grips of an epidemic. Heroin use is rampant on the streets, with users taking the drug in the open, not caring who can see them. However, many ...

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‘Heroin put me in a cell with my son; I had to get clean’

‘Heroin put me in a cell with my son; I had to get clean’

“I was in prison for 20 years, for selling heroin and robbing a bank. I’ve been in all the prisons in this country. I’ve seen a few father and ...

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Dying trafficking victim sent her mother one last message

Dying trafficking victim sent her mother one last message

The final text message sent by a woman who is thought to have perished with 38 others in a refrigerated truck in Essex was to tell her mother she loved her.

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Family appeal for information on missing Cork woman Tina Satchwell

Family appeal for information on missing Cork woman Tina Satchwell

Tina Satchwell’s sister’s heart pounds whenever she sees a blonde woman on the street, convinced for one second that it’s Tina, who vanished from ...

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Killer locked up until 2025 under new law

Killer locked up until 2025 under new law

Rochestown murderer Peter Whelan will be locked up until at least 2025 under the new Parole Act, the Government has confirmed.

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IT@Cork Leader Awards: Leading tech sector innovators honoured

IT@Cork Leader Awards: Leading tech sector innovators honoured

Giants of Ireland’s tech sector were celebrated at last night’s it@cork Leaders Awards.

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Leopard print and sequins to the fore at inaugural #IEStyleLive event

Leopard print and sequins to the fore at inaugural #IEStyleLive event

Leopard print midi dresses and sequins swirled beneath glossy goddess hair and golden headbands as the great and the good of Cork gathered for ieStyle Live.

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Woman in 'Miss D' case was told by social workers 'she'd be done for murder'

Woman in 'Miss D' case was told by social workers 'she'd be done for murder'

Amy Dunne, known then only as Miss D, also said that social workers advised her to stay in a psychiatric hospital when she turned to them for help.

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Ireland spends least across EU on obesity treatment

Ireland spends least across EU on obesity treatment

Ireland spends less on obesity treatment than any other EU country despite more than a million people living with the “treatable disease”.

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'It's a terribly bleak day': Search continues for missing fisherman in West Cork

'It's a terribly bleak day': Search continues for missing fisherman in West Cork

A low water search is to continue tomorrow for a young fisherman missing off the West Cork coast.

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Cork assault: ‘People just stood around and filmed it’ as attackers attempted to 'dismantle my face'

Cork assault: ‘People just stood around and filmed it’ as attackers attempted to 'dismantle my face'

Liz Dunphy The teenager whose bloodied face was shared in photos on social media this week said that only one person came to her aid during a vicious attack in Cork ...

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Cork climate activist Saoi O’Connor says act now or 'we may not have a future'

Cork climate activist Saoi O’Connor says act now or 'we may not have a future'

This time last year, climate activist Saoi O’Connor was a regular teenager, thinking mostly about where she would spend Halloween with her friends.

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Warning issued about 'date-rape drug' in Cork that makes drinks taste salty

Warning issued about 'date-rape drug' in Cork that makes drinks taste salty

A warning has been issued about 'date-rape drugs' after a woman's glass was reportedly laced with GHB.

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Gardaí warn rogue trader scam on elderly in Cork could spread nationwide

Gardaí warn rogue trader scam on elderly in Cork could spread nationwide

Vulnerable pensioners are being preyed on by unscrupulous fraudsters in cruel scams that are robbing them of tens of thousands of euro.

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Justice Minister denies that direct provision is 'inhumane and cruel'

Justice Minister denies that direct provision is 'inhumane and cruel'

Protests have now halted plans for three direct provision centres nationwide, yet the Justice Minister denied responsibility for garda actions at the recent disruptions ...

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Irish Aviation Authority considering banning alcohol on flights

Irish Aviation Authority considering banning alcohol on flights

Disruptive passengers force planes into emergency landings at least once a month and every three hours passenger safety is threatened by unruly people on the plane. ...

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Brother of cyclist killed on her way to work calls for 10% of transport budget to go to cycling

Brother of cyclist killed on her way to work calls for 10% of transport budget to go to cycling

Neil Fox's younger sister Donna Fox, 30, who was engaged to be married, was crushed by a truck at a junction in Dublin in September 2016.

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Violent assaults spike in Cork city leaving one dead and four critically injured in recent weeks

Violent assaults spike in Cork city leaving one dead and four critically injured in recent weeks

Violent assaults spiked in Cork city in recent weeks, with one death and four men critically injured.

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TD: Murderer Peter Whelan should be locked up 'until 2025 at the earliest'

TD: Murderer Peter Whelan should be locked up 'until 2025 at the earliest'

A TD has assured the grieving family of murdered Cork student Nichola Sweeney that their daughter's killer should remain locked up “until 2025 at the earliest” ...

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‘Peter Whelan has never shown any remorse for killing our daughter Nichola’

‘Peter Whelan has never shown any remorse for killing our daughter Nichola’

The temporary release of their daughter’s killer has left her family hurt and angry, writes Liz Dunphy.

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Sinead O'Leary: Surviving victim of Rochestown murderer Peter Whelan warns he will kill again

Sinead O'Leary: Surviving victim of Rochestown murderer Peter Whelan warns he will kill again

The surviving victim of Rochestown murderer Peter Whelan has warned that he will kill again — after hearing that he was freed from jail on day release after ...

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'There's nowhere to live' - Housing crisis stalling cybersecurity jobs boost for Ireland

'There's nowhere to live' - Housing crisis stalling cybersecurity jobs boost for Ireland

Escalating cyber threats could mean a job bonanza for Ireland - if we build enough houses for tech workers to live in.

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‘It’s easier now to steal online than from shops’, cybersecurity conference hears

‘It’s easier now to steal online than from shops’, cybersecurity conference hears

"It’s easier now to steal online than to steal stuff from shops.”

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Easier 'to steal online than to steal stuff from shops', conference hears

Easier 'to steal online than to steal stuff from shops', conference hears

It took just five minutes for Edward Skrba and Christopher Galicki to hack a password from the stage in the Cork Opera House at the international FutureSec gathering. ...

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‘Homicide is a very tough thing to carry’

‘Homicide is a very tough thing to carry’

Five hundred candles will flicker into life at a memorial service in Dublin today — one lit for each of the country’s homicide victims.

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'Roses are dead, violets are too, climate change is real, so Leo pull through'

'Roses are dead, violets are too, climate change is real, so Leo pull through'

“We'll stop taking time off school when they stop taking time off our future,” said Caoimhe Horgan, 15 from Macroom.

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March for climate change action: 'We'll stop taking time off school when they stop taking time off our future'

March for climate change action: 'We'll stop taking time off school when they stop taking time off our future'

Thousands of students across the country are joining protests calling for more action on climate change.

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