Swimmer Ned Denison has become the first person to swim around Cork city.
A time-lapse video has been posted online showing Cork's newest bridge being put into place.
The marine animal was spotted early Wednesday morning.
Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) says it has been unable to identify the source of a mystery discharge which turned a tributary of the River Lee white.
A man's body has been recovered from the River Lee in Cork city this morning.
For many decades, maybe too many, our forefathers were consistent in naming buildings or infrastructure.
Swimmers in Cork City centre took to the River Lee for the 14th annual Vibes & Scribes Lee Swim.
You can walk across this island in five seconds. The lake waters lap around and about 20 hawthorn trees provide cover.
New angling restrictions have been introduced on a stretch of the River Lee amid fears that a mystery outbreak could wipe out one of Ireland’s top carp fisheries.
New angling restrictions have been imposed on a stretch of the River Lee, as one of Ireland’s top carp fisheries faces a virtual wipe-out from a mysterious outbreak.
A search operation on the River Lee in Cork has been stood down after a person was recovered alive.
The first new bridge over the river Lee in more than a decade has been installed.
The OPW has agreed to re-examine the cost of building a tidal barrage as it finalises the design of Cork’s €140m flood defence scheme — the largest single investment in flood defences in the history of the state.
Over centuries the river Lee has been an integral part of Cork’s development with merchant traders taking advantage of the world’s second deepest natural port to bring opportunity and prosperity to the region.
A man who saved a woman and her two children from drowning in their car in the River Lee said he was just in the right place at the right time.
Videographer Larry Cummins took to the River Lee in a kayak and captured some stunning views of Cork city last week.
A mother and her young sons were seconds from death after their car accidentally plunged into the river Lee.
Ireland’s very own long-distance rowing race took place in Cork on Saturday.
Campaigners opposed to the Office of Public Work’s €140 million flood defence plan for Cork have insisted that a tidal barrier can be built for €135m as part of their three-point plan to protect the city from flooding.
The father of boy who was saved from drowning in the River Lee has hailed his teenage rescuer a hero.
The Office of Public Works (OPW) has extended by a month its deadline for submissions on the largest flood defence scheme in the history of the State.
A teenager who risked his life and braved strong currents in a bid to save a man from drowning has been hailed a hero.
Latest: Gardaí say a man's body has been recovered following a search operation in the River Lee in Cork this evening.
It’s almost a pub quiz question for Cork’s version of University Challenge: for two marks, when was the fabled Western Star Pub demolished.
The woman who rescued a toddler from the River Lee has called for better railings to be installed at the water’s edge, writes Kelly O’Brien.
The mother of a toddler who fell into the River Lee has described the woman who saved him as her son’s guardian angel.
The upper Lee Valley’s river forest could be transformed into an eco-park, and its salmon population returned, if the ESB were to work with environmental campaigners, says the West Cork Ecology Centre.
Latest:The body of man found in a second car which was located during a search of the River Lee in Cork is understood to be that of missing man Douglas Twomey.
The coastguard helicopter is circling the River Lee in Cork this afternoon as part of the search for a missing pensioner.
ESB Networks today increased the flow at the Inniscarra Dam on the River Lee.
The River Lee has burst its banks along the south channel in Cork City.
A coast guard helicopter has joined a search of the river Lee on the western outskirts of Cork city for a man who is believed to have entered the water this evening.
A pioneering music out-reach project is expanding into a free family festival on the banks of the River Lee.
The death of a school principal in the River Lee earlier this year bore all the hallmarks of an accident, Cork’s City coroner said yesterday.
A garda, credited by a suicidal man with saving his life, has said she was just doing her job and doesn’t like the limelight.
A homeless man who jumped into the River Lee, triggering a seven-hour search-and-rescue operation, is receiving psychiatric treatment after being coaxed from a hiding place under a bridge.
€200m in investments and up to 4,000 marine-centred jobs and new tourism attractions are in Cork Harbour’s pipeline, reports Tommy Barker.
Cork Harbour is poised for its most significant development in decades, with up to €200m set to flow into projects within one square kilometre around Ringaskiddy, according to Marine Minister Simon Coveney.
Water, water everywhere, not any drop to drink.
Saint Valentine appeared to have saved the day for businesses in Cork City yesterday, but while last night’s expected flood never materialised, people in other parts of the country continued to endure weather-related misery.
Traders in Cork City breathed a sigh of relief last night as the city avoided another flood disaster.
In my senior years, it is somewhat frightening to find that the “City by the Lee” continues to be devastated during spring tides by floods, not withstanding the intervening years of advances in technology and a ravaging tiger in funding availability.
Floods damage people’s mental health as well as their property, an expert on human behaviour has warned.
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