Specialist county council outdoor teams have tackled drinking water leaks which accounted for losses of more than 1.5 million gallons daily in areas in Co Cork which would be at risk of poor, or no, supplies in the event of a repeat of drought conditions experienced last summer.
Tue, 19 Feb, 2019
A teenager who used his karate skills to fight off a bull which gored his father and flipped him in the air like a rag doll and another boy who saved a mother and child from drowning have received outstanding bravery awards from the gardaí.
Thu, 13 Mar, 2014
WHO knows what lies under the soil of this 72-acre farm at Tullahennel, Asdee, Co Kerry? Last year an ancient Celtic brooch fell out of a lump of turf cut from bog at Tullahennel North, Listowel, not too far from this farm, which is just on the market with Christy Buckley Auctioneer.
Thu, 24 Nov, 2011
DEFEAT in your first championship outing as captain always hurts. When it’s an ancestral enemy it’s even worse. Shane O’Neill wore the armband for Cork’s loss to Tipperary last month in the Munster senior hurling championship. When the raw edge ebbed away though, he found some comfort.
Sat, 18 Jun, 2011
LAOIS hurlers got the short straw when they were paired with Cork in the opening game in the All-Ireland qualifier series on Saturday week, with team manager Brendan Fennelly admitting that “the only consolation” was a home game in Portlaoise.
Tue, 07 Jun, 2011
GARDAÍ are investigating what was described as an unusual crime wave in a sleepy north Cork village, which included the ransacking of dressing rooms and cars during a GAA training session and the theft of a large excavator worth up to €80,000.
Thu, 13 Mar, 2008
SHINING KEANO, the property of Pat Treacy from Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, proved a worthy winner of the Maryville Stakes, and the 800 that went with it, at Fedamore Co. Limerick yesterday when he defeated Tom Barrett’s (Co. Limerick) Seefin Oscar in the decider.
Mon, 07 Feb, 2005