Carrying a similar-sounding name to a top address on the Monopoly board is Cork’s Aylesbury, which is not entirely coincidentally set next to Cork’s Shrewsbury. And, yes, this Aylesbury “with a ‘y’” too is high-end in terms of location, quality and ...pricing.
Stephen Ryan, who cannot cycle or play sport and who is afraid of slippery leaves and wet manhole covers, is over the moon that Enable Ireland has finally got the kind of facility it needs to match the “amazing staff” and the “amazing services” the charity provides.
We must never forget. Four simple words, yet they have breath-stopping resonance when they are spoken by Charlotte Berger-Greneche, one of the children saved by the Cork woman who was memorialised yesterday at the official opening of the Mary Elmes bridge.
The size, spaciousness and overall tip-top condition of 19 Beaumont Crescent is down not just to its current owners, but as equally to its previous owners – while the appeal of the suburban location goes back far further, by a couple of generations, probably.
The family of a 92-year-old church sacristan who died after an accident on a pedestrian crossing say they hope he can rest in peace after a raft of safety recommendations were made at an inquest yesterday.
The High Court has ruled the State has a constitutional duty to make "reasonable efforts" to assign a bilingual judge in a District Court criminal trial as requested by a man who wants to conduct his side of the case in Irish.
Marketing guru Stephen Ryan and his family are uniquely qualified to assess the impact of a new €7.5m centre for children with a physical disability which has been built on the outskirts of Cork city.
Coming to market, hot on the heels of a house right alongside on Cork's charming Ardfoyle Crescent in Ballintemple is a three-bed semi-d called Glenmore, and while dated, it's a charmer too, in its own right.
There's hardly a row of homes in Cork city’s older southside suburbs with as much ‘kerb appeal’ as those on one side of Ardfoyle Crescent: even their entrance pillars set quite a tone of grandeur, in red brick and crowned with large terracotta globes.