Sat, 01 Apr, 2017
A major fundraiser is being planned to make up a shortfall in money needed to operate a charity-run home in Cork, which currently caters for 128 residents and 100 day care patients.
Fri, 16 Sep, 2016
On a night when British challenger Decorated Knight, ridden for Roger Charlton by George Baker, landed the Group 3 ICON Meld Stakes at Leopardstown, the O’Briens again stole the show as the progressive three-year-old Arya Tara justified favouritism in the listed Stanerra Stakes.
Fri, 15 Jul, 2016
Sat, 24 Oct, 2015
Cork’s city planners have sought ministerial approval for the major extension of a tax break scheme designed to promote regeneration and city living, and to include the city’s main shopping and office districts.
Mon, 10 Aug, 2015
Bogus insurance claims and staged traffic accidents poison the atmosphere for valid claims as well as tying up gardaí and ambulance services to bolster the frauds, the sentencing judge said yesterday.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2015
returns home with a boyfriend who has never visited Cork and finds there have been many changes over the years to a city which has embraced the new but hung on to the best parts of the old.
Sat, 04 Apr, 2015
There’s a touch of the exotic to this 1850 sunny property in St Luke’s Cross, writes
Sat, 28 Mar, 2015
Gardaí have charged 16 people with various counts of deception and making false reports in relation to orchestrated traffic accidents.
Thu, 05 Mar, 2015
When she moved to Cork from the USA 14 years ago, former journalist Jamie Monagan brought her favourite ‘blankie’ with her — now, thanks to a special programme for wannabe female entrepreneurs, she’s about to launch a business making designer throws.
Mon, 02 Jun, 2014
EVERYONE of a certain age remembers — or claims to remember — the day US president John Fitzgerald Kennedy died.
Sun, 23 Jun, 2013
One Canadian province estimates it will have 20,000 construction jobs which Irish people can fill over the next five years.
Wed, 26 Sep, 2012
Troops will march into Collins Barracks in Cork tomorrow to mark the 90th anniversary of the handover by the British to the Irish Army of what was then Victoria Barracks.
Thu, 17 May, 2012
THERE’S something about Montenotte — the quality of the buildings, or that feeling of the last vestige of Empire.
Sat, 05 Feb, 2011
THERE was a reluctant acceptance among many public service workers picketing in Cork that their income is going to drop again after the budget – but they remain adamant in their desire to see the pain shared by those in the high-income brackets.
Wed, 25 Nov, 2009
A NUMBER of Cork city’s major hotels and guesthouses had to close or turn customers away as a result of last week’s floods.
Tue, 24 Nov, 2009
ONE of Cork’s biggest suburbs will not have a priest this summer because of fall-offs in vocations.
Fri, 13 Jun, 2008
HOUSE buyers are now getting better value — and often better properties in better locations.
Sat, 09 Feb, 2008
THERE’S a bit of a surge of relocation house hunters from Dublin on the prowl in Cork right now, and many in particular favour ease of access to the city centre, and a period home in the right setting.
Sat, 22 Sep, 2007
ON June 27, members of St Finbarr’s GAA club ladies’ section were involved in a bus accident on Military Hill, Cork.
Sat, 01 Sep, 2007
AEROBIC exercise is a given for those who live in elevated parts of the northside of Cork city.
Sat, 18 Aug, 2007
DONE up during last year for ultimate re-sale, no 13 Military Road is none the worse for this: in fact, it has been re-done with a professional approach to appeal to a wide cross section of buyers looking for contemporary comforts in an older house. And, in a settled, older area too.
Sat, 06 Jan, 2007
THOUSANDS of homes in Cork city’s northside were left without water following severe water disruption caused by broken pipes.
Sat, 10 Jun, 2006
IT may be one of largest charitable bequests in Ireland’s history - a €20m bequest from an 84-year-old bachelor.
Thu, 26 Jan, 2006
THE mother of Adi Roche, the Chernobyl Children’s Project Director, has passed away in Cork after an illness.
Mon, 23 Jan, 2006
Rose Martin visits a Victorian beauty that’s recently been renovated.
Sat, 07 Jan, 2006
IT’S hard to tell that the owners of this period house have two small children running around, it’s so perfect.
Sat, 24 Sep, 2005
TUCKED away in a mature, residential area is this Victorian townhouse at 22 Alexandra Villas on Military Hill, which has just come on the market with a €295,000 price tag.
Sat, 25 Jun, 2005
THERE’S a different march up on Military Hill these days and it’s accompanied by the whine of the angle grinder and the staccato thrum of the pneumatic drill.
Sat, 04 Jun, 2005
PART of a development of apartments and townhouses across from Collin’s Barracks, on Military Hill, number 25, Bellevue Court, is a gem.
Sat, 20 Mar, 2004
THE steady march of re-gentrification continues at St Luke’s Cross in Cork city, where large older houses are going back from years of flatland habitation to private residential usage.
Sat, 23 Aug, 2003
Wed, 28 May, 2003