Mary Lowry said she did not make the recording and did not give anyone permission to record the conversation.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
The State could be facing a raft of compensation payouts arising out of several road traffic accidents linked to water pooling problems on one of Cork’s busiest roads.
Wed, 03 Jan, 2018
One of the country’s fastest growing food chains has officially opened in Cork, with an eye on more expansion in the city before the end of the year.
Thu, 22 Jun, 2017
Hotels, bars and restaurants are enjoying a bumper bank holiday weekend as 40,000 people soak up the feelgood factor in Cork.
Sat, 29 Oct, 2016
NEW standards being adopted by the Health Service Executive for perinatal death are a welcome recognition that when miscarriages and post-pregnancy loss occur the family of the child needs to be dealt with in a caring and sensitive manner.
Thu, 11 Aug, 2016
Michael and Danny Healy-Rae’s resounding electoral success (30,000-plus votes) proves that all politics is local and dismissing them is to denigrate the people of Kerry, despite that county’s great diversity, writes Clodagh Finn
Sat, 05 Mar, 2016
Wed, 30 Dec, 2015
A dispute resolution process put forward by DePuy International aimed at settling over 1,000 cases, in Ireland, against the global company over allegedly defective hip implants has been branded as “manifestly unfair”.
Sat, 14 Nov, 2015
Fri, 06 Nov, 2015
Thu, 22 Oct, 2015
The former president of the Cork Business Association has broken ranks with the group to welcome the proposed merger of Cork’s city and county councils, which is now the focus of a major legal challenge.
Wed, 16 Sep, 2015
Four years after it opened in a bright blue blaze, and in the teeth of recession, Cork city centre’s Electric Bar and Fish Restaurant is to close its doors.
Fri, 06 Feb, 2015
The State’s offer of out-of- court settlements to victims of child sexual abuse at school has been described as "an absolute disgrace" by survivor Louise O’Keeffe, who was forced to resort to the European courts in her own battle for justice.
Wed, 17 Dec, 2014
Victims of serious health service flaws are being blocked from receiving justice by a courts system that is prohibitively costly for most — and deliberately “intimidates” the few who do take cases.
Fri, 10 Oct, 2014
When it comes to the pub trade, the ‘real capital’ is clearly elbowing its way to the counter in the nation’s capital.
Tue, 05 Aug, 2014
A graphic artist best-known for his work on Marvel Comics’ Spider-Man has drawn inspiration from chat-show host Graham Norton’s famous ‘red chair’ scenario to immortalise legendary Corkonians in a large city centre mural.
Thu, 03 Jul, 2014
Tear up your CV and cover letter — the right Snapchat could land you a job in one of Dublin’s newest pubs.
Fri, 27 Jun, 2014
A solicitor has demanded all Naval Service ships should be immediately grounded and checked for asbestos.
Sat, 24 May, 2014
finds publicans in Cork are very upbeat about the trade’s future.
Tue, 06 May, 2014
A Londonbridge address comes with a Dublin 4 pub buy — bought this week by a Cork-based publican, restaurateur and nightclub owner.
Thu, 10 Apr, 2014
Cork businessman Ernest Cantillon is betting on people power to fund his latest business venture.
Tue, 08 Apr, 2014
Staff at Barnardos will be spared having to take unpaid leave this year due to an improved financial situation, while the charity has called for the introduction of a State child trauma service to help meet demand.
Fri, 04 Apr, 2014
From the courtroom to the cartoon studio — a leading law firm has commissioned a quirky animation to explain its services in plain English.
Fri, 21 Mar, 2014
Stand Guard joined La Estrella on a mark just one short of the British all-weather-winning record when the pair’s much anticipated clash at Southwell was called off at the 11th hour.
Wed, 29 Jan, 2014
Several influential business owners have backed one of two rival developers who are bidding for €16m in public funding to help build a conference centre in Cork.
Sat, 09 Nov, 2013
They may be more used to the finer things in life, but several leading lights in Cork’s business community are going to be roughing it to raise much-needed money to prevent people losing their homes.
Fri, 11 Oct, 2013
THE owner of a string of bars and a nightclub in Cork City that have boomed through the recession puts his success down to customer engagement.
Tue, 06 Aug, 2013
An East Cork woman whose husband killed their children before killing himself has accused the HSE of failing to properly investigate the circumstances which led to their deaths.
Wed, 31 Jul, 2013
A businessman who sought “crowd funding” from the public for a portion of the cost of developing a new ice-cream, crepe, and bike hire kiosk in Cork City got the money he needed within two days.
Wed, 17 Jul, 2013
Gourmands were in a flap last night after pigeons contributed to the cancellation of one of the country’s most popular food festivals.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2013
An ice-cream, crepe, and bike hire kiosk in the heart of Cork City is to be the first venture in the city to benefit from an innovate business-funding mechanism.
Thu, 30 May, 2013
A Cork businessman is looking for lenders to fund a portion of the refurbishment of a coffee pod, but he is not going to the banks, he is asking his customers.
Mon, 27 May, 2013
IT APPEARS we have a very serious case of ‘noshtalgia’.
Sun, 28 Apr, 2013
Legal actions against the makers of faulty hip implants are being stalled by missing files and lengthy delays in accessing records.
Wed, 13 Feb, 2013
The new president of the Cork Business Association (CBA), entrepreneur Ernest Cantillon, says that co-operation will be the theme of his presidency.
Wed, 16 Jan, 2013
WHEN Gorbys nightclub opened in Cork City 30 years ago, its owners didn’t know then that its next investor/part-owner had only just been born.
Thu, 01 Nov, 2012
Two nurses have been struck off the register of nurses as the results of investigations by the Fitness to Practise Committee of the nursing regulatory body, An Bord Altranais.
Thu, 23 Aug, 2012
Dust down the lederhosen and prepare to clink your steins to the sounds of Bavarian music, because Oktoberfest will be staged in Cork City again this year.
Tue, 21 Aug, 2012
As several thousand happy and sated punters headed for the exits at the Irish Examiner Food Festival in Cork’s Fitzgerald Park yesterday evening, the light mist finally began to thicken, marking the end of the splendid weather that proved a vital ingredient in the tremendous success of a celebration of food and drink on Leeside.
Mon, 23 Jul, 2012
City officials monitored the voluntary dismantling of the Occupy Cork camp yesterday — 150 days after it was established.
Tue, 13 Mar, 2012
PUBLICANS are driving their customers home, offering free rounds of drink and running book clubs in a bid to attract customers.
Mon, 13 Jun, 2011
A DENTIST was convicted and fined €1,000 yesterday for sexually assaulting a trainee dental nurse in his practice by opening all the buttons on her new uniform top after asking her to report for work early.
Sat, 31 Oct, 2009
A summer school to commemorate “the father of modern economics”, Kerry-born banker Richard Cantillon, is to take place in his home town of Ballyheigue this summer.
Sat, 30 May, 2009