A minister has intervened in a bid to save a village post office in West Cork after the widow of the postmaster was informed just days after his funeral it would be closed.
After topping the poll in the local election, Michael Collins is looking to the Dáil, writes Noel Baker
A ferry business move from one far-flung island corner of Ireland to the other brings the country’s most southerly pub and restaurant up for sale, on a hugely-popular tourist island, with a €250,000 asking price.
The heartbroken mother of a young man who was among 12 people to drown in a 10-day period during last summer’s heatwave has pleaded with young people to stay away from rivers.
FIVE years ago, Mairead Devlin and her friend, Mary O’Driscoll, formed a small theatre company to perform plays in nursing and care homes, and to encourage the residents to get involved.
Teenage sailors who were at the centre of a dramatic sea rescue after their tall ship sail training vessel sank are eager to get back on the water.
It was his first time at sea but he’d do it all again.
A FRAIL 87-year-old nun was left stranded in Cork city yesterday after her car displaying a disability sticker was towed.
THE spread of new housing, high land values and burgeoning demand have prompted Hop Island equestrian centre to relocate.
A STONE monument commemorating the 15 people who lost their lives in the ill-fated Fastnet race of 1979 was unveiled on Cape Clear yesterday.
THIS is the 25th anniversary of the ill-fated Fastnet yacht race in 1979.
A woman was arrested and charged today with killing her partner in Cork city centre in June last year.
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