Person: Barry Keane
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Fionnuala McCormack will have to overcome her Turkish nemesis at the European Cross Country Championships in Chia, Italy, tomorrow.
Sun, 11 Dec, 2016
Fine Gael and Labour went into government promising a democratic revolution and the electorate rejected it because they did not trust them. They then rejected Fine Gael and Labour; so be it.
Wed, 02 Mar, 2016
Danny Morrison is a fine writer. He is also ‘a good republican’ as Gerry Adams might say. He is not much of an historian. (Irish Examiner, Monday 11).
Wed, 13 Jan, 2016
Wed, 09 Dec, 2015
Mon, 16 Nov, 2015
The ESB is now facing legal action from over 100 victims of the 2009 Cork flood ahead of the looming deadline for lodging legal claims.
Mon, 02 Nov, 2015
College authorities in Cork should fund special Garda units to police residential areas plagued by drunken students.
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
Thu, 29 Oct, 2015
The ESB is to appeal a High Court judgment that found it 60% liable for devastating flood damage to buildings at University College Cork in November 2009.
Sat, 10 Oct, 2015
The ESB could face hundreds of compensation claims from residents after a court ruled it was liable for damage caused to buildings in University College Cork following record floods that engulfed Cork City five years ago.
Tue, 06 Oct, 2015
After capturing their first All-Ireland Intermediate hurling title in 13 years, Saturday night was all about rest and recovery for the Galway hurlers ahead of a Sunday morning training session.
Mon, 10 Aug, 2015
Galway clinched the All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship tonight, piling more misery on Cork in the process.
Sat, 08 Aug, 2015
The recovery of the remains of three Protestant victims of the IRA has moved a step closer, almost a century after their deaths that marked the beginning of a vicious killing spree in West Cork.
Wed, 13 May, 2015
Gerry Adams and Mary Lou McDonald both emphasised the fact that Máiria Cahill’s allegation of rape against a senior member of the Belfast IRA had been before the courts and the accused had been acquitted. It appears that Ms Cahill withdrew her evidence and the case collapsed.
Mon, 20 Oct, 2014
A three-year maintenance programme has been drafted to safeguard Cork’s landmark Shandon clock, which began ticking again yesterday for the first time in almost two years.
Wed, 03 Sep, 2014
Former Taoiseach, John Bruton, suggests that this September we should celebrate the anniversary of the granting of Home Rule to Ireland.
Mon, 11 Aug, 2014
Richie Cummins hit two goals as Gort gave the performance of the weekend in the Galway SHC and are now sitting top of Group B, with two wins from two, after defeating Clarinbridge 4-10 to 1-9.
Mon, 14 Jul, 2014
Jim Power Cup: An utterly dominant and powerful Cork East outfit ran out convincing winners of the U-14 Jim Power Cup at Fraher Field on Saturday.
Mon, 07 Jul, 2014
Residents in Cork’s university quarter have warned the landlords of student houses that they could face prosecution under litter laws if their properties are not up to scratch within weeks.
Tue, 20 May, 2014
The Taoiseach will be asked today to intervene and source emergency funding for the repair of Cork’s iconic Shandon clock.
Fri, 16 May, 2014
A relative of Protestant victims of a notorious War of Independence-era triple execution linked to a bloody massacre has issued an emotional appeal for help tracing the bodies of the victims.
Wed, 16 Apr, 2014
Hundreds of householders in vast swathes of suburban Cork are still in the dark despite the clearing of a bureaucratic logjam linked to street light repairs.
Tue, 01 Apr, 2014
Repairs to the stalled clock mechanism in Cork’s landmark Shandon church are due to get under way within weeks.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2014
A cat who was stranded among the pigeons — and some ducks and swans too — was reunited with her owner yesterday after six months away from home.
Fri, 24 Jan, 2014
The Private Residential Tenancies Board secured almost 200 court orders last year against rogue landlords or tenants who ignored its determinations.
Wed, 15 Jan, 2014
Aren’t we so lucky to have men with the stature of José Manuel Barroso at the helm in Europe? With outstanding logic he explains that if any European bank ‘causes a problem for Europe’ in future, Irish banks will have to take their share of the losses.
Fri, 27 Dec, 2013
The man campaigning to get Cork’s landmark Shandon clock fixed has called on city bosses to apply for emergency heritage funding to do the repairs.
Fri, 29 Nov, 2013
The man driving a campaign to fix the stalled Shandon clock has vowed to resist any attempts to replace its ancient mechanism with electronics.
Tue, 19 Nov, 2013
Cork City Council has warned that it will take some time to restore the city’s iconic Shandon clock to full working.
Sat, 16 Nov, 2013
It’s affectionately referred to as the city’s “four-faced liar” because the times never match up, but now all four faces of the iconic Shandon clock have simply stopped working.
Fri, 15 Nov, 2013
The country said no — but Munster said yes, with the province narrowly voting in favour of scrapping the Seanad.
Mon, 07 Oct, 2013
University College Cork is to offer booze-free accommodation to students as part of a new self-policing pilot project.
Wed, 21 Aug, 2013
The revelations on the Anglo Irish tapes demand correct action.
Sat, 29 Jun, 2013
Cork City’s worst urban blight blackspots have been identified in a community-led survey.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2013
The state body charged with resolving disputes involving private tenancies has said the rate of complaints linked to antisocial behaviour has fallen.
Mon, 27 May, 2013
A residents-led “landlord watchdog” has called on the housing minister to tighten proposed legislation designed to tackle antisocial behaviour in private rented housing.
Wed, 13 Mar, 2013
Gardaí have praised UCC students for their behaviour during Rag Week as the focus swings back to fundraising for charity.
Thu, 14 Feb, 2013
A forum set up to tackle antisocial behaviour in rented houses around Cork’s universities has described a landmark €30,000 fine for a landlord as a “magnificent result for common decency”.
Tue, 18 Dec, 2012
Residents tackling alcohol-fuelled anti-social student behaviour around Cork’s university precincts have given a cautious welcome to a new alcohol awareness campaign aimed at students.
Tue, 13 Nov, 2012
Under-siege residents living near two of Ireland’s largest third-level colleges have called for a levy to be imposed on students to cover the costs of on-street security.
Thu, 25 Oct, 2012
The group representing thousands of residents living in Cork’s third-level districts has called for a Revenue-led crackdown on rogue landlords.
Thu, 11 Oct, 2012
The majority of Mardyke residents have been refused flood cover and had their insurance premiums doubled since the Cork floods of Nov 2009, a residents’ spokesperson has said.
Wed, 11 Jul, 2012