It could take another year to award a new construction contract for the major upgrade works at the Dunkettle Interchange.
Thu, 05 Sep, 2019
Construction industry experts have slammed the poor delivery of major public infrastructure in the southern region.
Wed, 04 Sep, 2019
The contract for the Dunkettle Interchange at the outskirts of Cork City will not be awarded at any cost, and the project could face delays of up to 18 months, Transport Infrastructure Ireland has warned.
Thu, 18 Jul, 2019
The Disclosures Tribunal is on the home stretch, but there’s no knowing how long it might take to arrive, writes Michael Clifford.
Thu, 03 May, 2018
Joe Dermody interviews Paul Moran, managing director of Mediaworks marketing and advertising.
Fri, 24 Feb, 2017
A judge has ordered the arrest of a youth, who went berserk and attacked gardaí after he stole live animals which had been part of an exotic wildlife exhibition in Dublin.
Tue, 17 Jan, 2017
“It was a bizarre scene - an iguana was sitting on top of a box in the lift.”
Mon, 28 Nov, 2016
A joint approach from politicians in Cork and Kerry has been urged to progress a bypass route on the main road linking the counties.
Tue, 19 Jul, 2016
Severe traffic delays, already a feature of Mallow, Co Cork, look set to get worse following a decision by the NRA not to provide funding for urgent works to the town’s main roundabout.
Mon, 14 Sep, 2015
There is no great secret to marriage, says Arlene Harris, it's all about kindness.
Mon, 29 Sep, 2014
Gardaí have called on those who have doubts about an alibi they gave for someone investigated by gardaí in relation to the murder of teenager Raonaid Murray 15 years ago to come forward.
Fri, 05 Sep, 2014
A mystery man whose body parts were found in rubbish at a waste recycling plant had undergone brain surgery, tests have shown.
Wed, 13 Aug, 2014
Gardaí have found a skull as part of the investigation into the discovery of a man's body parts in Dublin.
Tue, 12 Aug, 2014
Paintings with an overall value of more than €100,000 are being put on display in the hope of tracking down their rightful owners.
Fri, 20 Jun, 2014
Gardaí in Dublin are trying to figure out a motive for this morning’s fatal shooting on the northside of the city.
Tue, 15 Apr, 2014
IF television advertising is a purgatory we are forced to endure for 51 weeks of the year, the arrival of those clever Christmas adverts can often make for better viewing than many of the tired specials and movies dominating the schedules.
Tue, 17 Dec, 2013
Acrobats, dancers, and trapeze artists… sounds like your regular Irish nightclub, doesn’t it?
Tue, 09 Oct, 2012
A Junior Cert party thrown by parents for their daughter turned to tragedy yesterday when the girl’s father was stabbed to death in a row with neighbours over noise.
Fri, 14 Sep, 2012
Two men - in their early twenties - are this evening being questioned by Gardaí investigating a fatal knife attack in Dublin.
Thu, 13 Sep, 2012
Over a third of TDs are afraid that speaking out about immigration rights could lose them electoral support, a new report has revealed.
Wed, 01 Feb, 2012
While 66% of people feel we’re in for five years of recession, there is some optimism, reports Paul Moran
Sat, 04 Dec, 2010
A Louth resident with no previous convictions has been jailed for one year for stealing over €20,000 cash in transit from a Brinks Allied Irish van.
Fri, 15 Jan, 2010
CONSULTANT psychiatrists are seeking fresh orders to involuntarily readmit mental health patients despite requests from mental health tribunals that these patients be released.
Tue, 07 Apr, 2009
A RIVERDANCE drummer has taken an action against his employers as a result of tinnitus and hearing loss which, according to his counsel, means the musician is unable to continue with his professional career.
Wed, 09 Jul, 2008
BUSINESSES in the southern region stand to lose hundreds of millions of euro if there is any long delay in opening the Port of Cork’s proposed container terminal in Ringaskiddy, it was warned yesterday.
Fri, 18 Apr, 2008
THE Port of Cork has suffered a setback to its plans to open a €226 million container terminal at Ringaskiddy in 2011.
Thu, 17 Apr, 2008
THE O’Cuanacháin High Court judgement is a setback for my middle child, Dara (3) and the few hundred other autistic small children whose educational future could be brighter with the Advanced Behavioural Analysis (ABA) educational model.
Thu, 29 Mar, 2007
THE Government is withholding funding for several crucial road projects in Cork.
Wed, 28 Mar, 2007
Mon, 31 Jul, 2006
Sat, 29 Jul, 2006
A SUPREME Court judge yesterday criticised the Government’s willingness to spend “enormous resources” on prisons while failing to fund crime-prevention measures.
Tue, 13 Sep, 2005
THE Washington Post said yesterday its editorial columnist Michael Kelly was killed in an accident involving a Humvee vehicle while travelling with US troops in Iraq.
Sat, 05 Apr, 2003
AN insight into the mindset of senior Catholic clerics was revealed
Fri, 25 Oct, 2002
RTE’s Prime Time documentary on clerical child sex abuse made for difficult viewing.
Wed, 23 Oct, 2002
Paul McGinley began the defence of the £110,000 Smurfit PGA Irish Region Championship at Castlerock.
Wed, 10 Oct, 2001
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