Love may be in the air this week as Valentine’s Day looms, but Cork couple Caroline Curran and Seán Weir were lucky enough to have real-life versions of Cupid in the form of their pals.
Ailish O’Reilly was as forceful in her words as she had been in her actions on the field.
The family of a woman who died following a collision with a Luas tram say they will carry her in their hearts forever.
A homeless Cork couple walked more than 10km pushing their toddler in a toy buggy to get a hot meal.
A FEW months after Caitriona Kelly’s father died, she got an overwhelming urge to grow tomatoes just as he had done.
Trainer Mick Winters took the honours on Cork’s Easter Monday card, completing a double with Littlestickarubarb and Osca Loca.
Helen O’Callaghan on the need to be open about serious illness.
The husband of Caitríona Lucas has said it is “a great honour” that one of her paintings has been featured on two new stamps issued in recognition of the Irish Coast Guard.
A long-serving coastguard member has outlined the benefits of setting up a new national representative body for more than 900 volunteers countrywide.
A Cork man who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a freak accident while in the US is now out of intensive care.
Attendance estimated at over 4,500 at Millstreet showcase of Ireland’s pedigree dairy breeding and trade exhibition
A four-year-old boy who sued over the circumstances of his birth at Midwestern Regional Maternity Hospital, Limerick has settled his High Court action with a final lump sum payment of €15.5m.
Tongue firmly in cheek, Pat Fitzpatrick presents his travel glossary. Read on for what those shiny brochures are really trying to tell you...
A volunteer who is the powerhouse behind Cork’s Penny Dinners first developed the helping gene when she realised that when her father went “missing” on Christmas morning he was actually out feeding the city’s elderly.
The Irish Coast Guard, which lost five members over the last two years, is to be honoured at the People of the Year Awards tomorrow night for putting their lives on the line for others.
A mini hen party from Cork were oblivious to their company in a Dublin pub over the weekend - they were partying with two major Game of Thrones cast members.
Who better to give the lowdown on the Oscar red carpet than Don O’Neill, the Irish designer who was Oprah’s choice for the Academy Awards? Carolyn Moore reports.
“Aodhán, you brought smiles to people’s faces, your witty comments, your dry sense of humour, and sometimes mimicking people.”
The 14-year-old boy who died after suffering a head injury in a schools cup match, in Dingle, in Co Kerry, has been described by the principal of Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne as a “gentle, soft-spoken, level-headed boy”.
READY, steady… stop. Before you hit the accelerator pedal and go full speed ahead into the festive season, take a word of advice from food writer Caitriona Redmond. “Christmas is a marathon, not a sprint,” she says.
Ask Audrey has been sorting out the people of Cork for years.
Coast Guard volunteer Caitríona Lucas, who died last year following a rescue mission off the coast of Kilkee, Co Clare, was awarded a posthumous gold medal for her outstanding act of bravery.
North Main Street may be ailing, but Tony’s Bistro is still cooking up a storm, writes Irene Long.
The first Irish Coast Guard volunteer to die on a search mission has been awarded a posthumous degree.
Today marks the beginning of National Volunteering Week. Ellie O’Byrne pays tribute to our unpaid heroes.
“FINANCE is the scary thing about being a grown-up and I just feel so ill-equipped to deal with it,” so says Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope screenwriter Stefanie Preissner and a recent survey suggests she is not alone.
Oscar night might have made Caitriona Perry’s life look glamorous, but reporting on Trump’s America is a round the clock job, she tells Marie Toft.
The Irish Coast Guard was established in 2000, evolving from the former Irish Marine Emergency Service (IMES) founded in 1991.
Not in Caitríona Lucas’s wildest dreams would she have imagined that she would have had such an effect on people.
When coastguard volunteer Bernard Lucas was paged to take part in a search and rescue mission in Kilkee, he had no idea that his wife was the casualty.
In a moving reflection at the end of the mass for Caitriona Lucas, her husband Bernard read a poem he had been given the night before as thousands first paid respects.
The family of Coast Guard volunteer Caitriona Lucas who died in a search operation have remembered her as an inspirational hero.
Hours before the removal took place of the volunteer coastguard who died in the line of duty on Monday, the wreckage of the Irish Coast Guard rescue boat was recovered.
The Irish Coast Guard has confirmed that two investigations will be carried out into the death of their first ever volunteer to be killed in the line of duty.
Pat Flynn hears how the death of Caitríona Lucas has shocked her Coast Guard colleagues and friends.
Harpist Caitriona Yeats performs this week at her childhood haunt of Thoor Ballylee, the tower house of her grandfather WB Yeats, says Alan O’Riordan
RTÉ’s Washington Correspondent had to deal with an Unexpected Falling Object last night during a live broadcast on the Nine O’Clock News.
There were tears of joy in Rosaleen Rafter’s home when the Health Service Executive confirmed that it will repay the cost of a life-changing drug for people with multiple sclerosis.
A Donegal woman is about to give up a steady job to launch her own unique business — inflatable pubs.
And our winners are:
From redheads to wet heads — the main organisers of Ireland’s biggest festival of foxiness got in on the ice bucket craze sweeping the nation yesterday.
Irish Women’s Senior Cup final
Over 6,000 people have signed up for the Cork City Marathon. From the woman taking on seven runs in seven continents, to a relay team of superheroes, every one of them has a story, says Ellie O’Byrne
Caitriona Redmond knows what it’s like to manage a kitchen on a tight budget and now she’s sharing her secrets.
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