Ireland should more than double its annual intake of refugees over the coming three years to meet its “fair share” of the projected global refugee resettlement need, a migrant umbrella group has said.
Fri, 13 Sep, 2019
As plans are being finalised to commemorate the 40th anniversary Fastnet Race disaster, one of the competitors in the race has spoken about how he thought he was going to die in the storm, which claimed the life of 19 yachtsmen.
Sat, 10 Aug, 2019
Environmental campaigners are to initiate High Court proceedings to try and force State authorities to raise public awareness about what they claim is the threat posed to public health by contaminated material on part of the former Irish Steel plant on Haulbowline.
Sat, 22 Jun, 2019
As the fresh paint dries across Cork City, a massive security operation has kicked in and traffic restrictions will be in place from early morning for the visit of Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Thu, 14 Jun, 2018
The High Court has dismissed an application by National Party co-founder James Reynolds to continue an injunction preventing the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association ( ICSA) from removing him from senior positions he had held with the organisation.
Tue, 27 Jun, 2017
AT the beginning of a new year most people reflect on the one that has just gone and ponder about what will happen in the months to come. There is little doubt that 2016 has, in global political terms, been a momentous year, one in which certainty was turned on its head.
Mon, 02 Jan, 2017
Fri, 02 Sep, 2016