There’s a strong architectural look of its time to 4, Woodlands, in Cork’s Frankfield suburb: the detached brick and much glass-fronted home with a strip of vertical cedar cladding is 1970s in its demeanor, and now an even more serviced southside suburb.
Sat, 17 Sep, 2016
Sat, 11 Jun, 2016
Some East Cork families will be seeing in 2016 in five-star accommodation after their homes were swamped by flood waters, while eels were yesterday swimming down streets in Midleton as Storm Frank took its toll on the region.
Thu, 31 Dec, 2015
The judge in the trial of a 24-year-old man accused of fatally stabbing his sister’s partner has warned the jury to treat with care the testimony of witnesses who were "exceedingly intoxicated", on the night of the killing.
Fri, 29 Oct, 2010
The Deputy State pathologist said today that a 24-year-old father of two, who was stabbed 11 times during an altercation, died from significant blood loss caused by multiple penetrating stab wounds to the heart, lungs and neck.
Fri, 22 Oct, 2010
IN his letter headlined ‘I feel blessed in the US – not Ireland’ (January 30), Dr Cormac Duffy describes a living nightmare – from the cacophony of religious radio stations, through visual assaults on passers-by from gawdy church signs to the bible and religious artefact-stuffed supermarkets.
Fri, 05 Feb, 2010
LAST Friday, Deputy Paul Gogarty of the Green party was heard in the Dáil attempting to persuade Labour’s Deputy Emmet Stagg — and the country at large — of the sincerity of his conviction that inflicting savage cuts on those who cannot afford them might be wrong but it was necessary. Deputy Stagg evidently had some understandable difficulty with the contradiction in Deputy Gogarty’s assertion.
Wed, 16 Dec, 2009
CONSIDERING the direct role that corruption and cronyism – and the incompetence that are their signature – have played in bringing economic ruin, it’s depressing that so few candidates seem to be making these issues a priority in the lead-up to the local and European elections.
Tue, 19 May, 2009