As open water sea swimmers prepare for a Galway Bay crossing this weekend, Irish Water has said there is “no proven link” between a recent serious pollution incident in the city and the quality of bathing water off Galway’s beaches.
Wed, 17 Jul, 2019
Conserving and adapting Cork city's protected 200-year-old Bonded Warehouses to new uses at the planned 34-storey, hotel tower site at the Port of Cork/Custom House Quay may take more than €25m of the overall estimated €150m development budget, it has been revealed.
Fri, 12 Jul, 2019
While Ireland was officially neutral in the Second World War, thousands of Irishmen fought against fascism by serving in the British, American, and Canadian armies, including on Normandy’s beaches, says
Wed, 05 Jun, 2019
The Transport Minister has pledged a prompt review of search and rescue (SAR) aviation operations in line with a key recommendation of a report examining a fatal helicopter crash in which four members of the Irish Coast Guard perished.
Sat, 17 Mar, 2018
A gas supply project worth hundreds of millions of euro is being developed by a major American company and the Port of Cork, which will secure the future of the country’s power supply for many decades to come.
Fri, 21 Jul, 2017
Some descendants of those who served with the US Navy based in Cork during the First World War gathered in Cobh yesterday, along with a number of American military personnel, to commemorate the centenary of their arrival there on May 4, 1917.
Fri, 05 May, 2017
The search for the black box data recorder from the Coast Guard helicopter that went down off the Mayo coast received a boost yesterday after improved weather conditions allowed underwater scans to be taken of the area believed to be the crash site.
Mon, 20 Mar, 2017
The tragedy of Rescue 116 and the death of its four crew, including Irish Coast Guard captain, Dara Fitzpatrick, left, have highlighted that heroism is already a quality we possess, if we push ourselveswrites
Mon, 20 Mar, 2017