A father of four who died following an assault in Mitchelstown, Co Cork was remembered as a "one in a million family man" who loved a good chat and had a hearty laugh, his requiem mass in his native Ballindangan heard today.
A man in his 20s has been charged with the murder of a father of four in a bar in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, over the weekend.
Youths driving scrambler motorcycles on footpaths and green areas have become a serious issue for gardaí on the northside of Cork City.
RTÉ sports journalist Pat McAuliffe claimed at Cork District Court yesterday that he was arrested for no reason when having a pint with his friend and said no one who knew him would believe what was said against him.
A bad foot infection was blamed by a motorist for why he was drink-driving, despite multiple convictions for drink driving, having no insurance, and a 10-year driving ban.
Five men involved in a storm in a teacup at the Fox and Hounds pub in Cork were told they were fortunate that the judge had adjourned penalty until yesterday rather than on the day the evidence was heard.
A young man caught with a stun gun and an air pistol during a search of his home claimed he had the pistol for shooting cans in his garden and the stun gun as an ornament.
A hotel supervisor was punched in the mouth by a man who took exception to the bar being closed at a family party and yesterday the culprit pleaded with the judge not to jail him.
A man has pleaded guilty to an attempted sexual assault after a 13-year-old girl visiting a Cork library was hugged and kissed on the cheek by a stranger.
A man robbed a taxi driver’s phone and tried to sell it to another taxi driver the next day — but, of all the drivers in Cork, he tried to sell it to the victim’s brother.
A man dismantling a ceiling in a warehouse died after he sustained injuries when the platform he was working on fell to the floor.
Cork City Council and community gardaí from Mayfield applied for excluding orders that would effectively ban named youths — one as young as 12 — from roaming through housing estates in the Mayfield area of the city.
A Kerryman who was “off his head” tried to barge his way past a Cork householder in the early hours of the morning in the mistaken belief that he was at someone else’s house, writes Liam Heylin of the Irish Examiner.
A Kerryman who was “off his head” tried to barge his way past a Cork householder in the early hours of the morning in the mistaken belief that he was at someone else’s house.
Three young men were balanced on a small motorbike driven at speed in the direction of a Garda minibus.
A woman who refused to give a breath sample to a garda on the side of the road jumped into the back of her van and began to eat cheese and homemade pesto.
A district court judge yesterday gave parties concerned with the running of a residential home for 39 vulnerable people in Cork 24 hours to come up with a plan for its future.
A 79-year-old housebound man who is confined to a wheelchair had his Visa card used without his knowledge by a neighbour who was ostensibly acting in a caring capacity.
A 58-year-old man was put on a two-year peace bond yesterday after grabbing an English visitor to Cork by the buttocks as she waited at traffic lights.
A judge has today warned a mother she will go to jail for seven days for each day her 15-year-old daughter fails to attend school.
A 58-year-old man grabbed an English woman visitor by the buttocks as she walked along a road in Cork City, but she slapped him across the face and he ran away.
A man arrested while carrying a loaded rifle and ammunition after a stolen 4x4 crashed on the outskirts of Cork City has been remanded in custody.
A troubled 16-year-old who spent the last two weeks in detention in a case related to robbing phones from other youths was warned by a judge yesterday to respect his mother on his release home.
A man addicted to stealing cars faced sentencing yesterday for two more such crimes and the judge asked of the culprit with 214 convictions: “What are we going to do, short of cutting his hands off, which I wouldn’t like to do.”
Cork family law hearings are a struggle for all involved, writes Michael Clifford.
Two farmers in dispute over a right of way were told their behaviour amounted to “shocking rubbish” by a judge who convicted one of them for assault.
Interpol is still assisting gardaí with the investigation into a double murder in Co Kerry in June, a court was told yesterday.
Three men charged in connection with a foiled raid at the house of a Cork businessman have been further remanded in custody.
A man charged with the murder of a mother of three in Cork last February has been remanded in custody for another month for service of the book of evidence.
Three men who were arrested by gardaí after attempting to raid a businessman’s house have been refused bail after appearing at a special sitting of Cork District Court.
A man caught fraudulently claiming social welfare payments in Cork has been ordered to leave the country by Monday, with a judge warning she would prefer “never to see him again”.
A 16-year-old Dublin boy, who wanted to be locked up so he could do the Leaving Certificate, had his wish granted today when he was detained by a judge for 16 months.
A Chinese national is to go on trial accused of the murder of a man in Dublin city centre in May.
A DRUNKEN man with a knife concealed down the back of his pants was described by his solicitor as having a great heart, but the judge said the accused had a big mouth.
A prison officer has appeared in court accused of possessing cannabis and cocaine for sale or supply at Mountjoy jail.
A MAN who used to smoke 20 joints of cannabis a day and admitted having images of girls aged between 13 and 17 involved in sexual acts, was told to undertake a rehabilitation programme at the Granada Institute in Dublin.
A Dublin youth was remanded in custody today after he was charged with attempted murder in relation to a suspected hit-and-run, which left a man brain damaged.
A judge today accused the Roma community of raising their children to steal saying they were responsible for “our shops being robbed blind".
A 17-year-old boy, who claimed he was forced to store a stash of cocaine worth €1,300 after his father gave evidence against a criminal, has been spared a custodial sentence.
A 13-year-old boy facing a litany of charges at the Dublin Children’s Court was remanded in custody today because he had no family member to take him home.
A 17-year-old boy has been sent forward for trial to the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court over a €20,000 cannabis seizure.
A 14-year-old boy arrested for trespassing on a stranded boat belonging to businessman Harry Crosbie has been remanded in custody by Judge Aingeal Ní Chondúin at the Dublin Children’s Court.
A 15-year-old girl apparently abandoned by her parents, who went to England two years ago leaving her to fend for herself, was remanded in custody today.
A 17-year-old girl who set on a classmate at their training course because their families were feuding has been spared a fine and criminal conviction after she made a donation to charity.
A 17-year-old girl who set on another girl at their training course because their families had been feuding, has been ordered to pay money to charity or else she will be fined and receive a criminal conviction.
A judge today urged the lawyer of a 15-year-old pregnant Romanian girl, who is charged with a shoplifting offence and living in Ireland without her parents, to get the HSE involved in her case.
A judge today rejected a 12-year-old boy’s plea to be released from a juvenile detention centre where he is being held for psychological and educational assessments.
Two youths arrested over a seizure of cannabis worth €40,000 in Finglas, in Dublin, earlier this week were remanded in custody with consent to bail today.
A 16-year-old boy charged with the murder of Dubliner Aidan O‘Kane, who was shot dead near his home last month, was remanded on bail today for 12 weeks pending the preparation of a book of evidence.
TV3 APPRENTICE star Shane Davey faced a bigger challenge than a boardroom showdown with Bill Cullen when he appeared before Dún Laoghaire District Court yesterday on an assault charge.
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