Person: Alan Holland
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Nemo Rangers 1-18 Ilen Rovers 0-10: This 10-point win for Nemo Rangers was not as straightforward as the scoreline suggests.
Mon, 04 May, 2015
The sky is the limit for Keelvar, writes Trish Dromey with its procurement software attracting big-name customers
Mon, 08 Jul, 2013
VMware has been awarded the Cork Chamber Company of the Year at the chamber annual dinner held last night in Cork City Hall.
Sat, 02 Feb, 2013
Some businesses have thrived in spite of the recession — or even because of it, says Vincent Ryan
Mon, 14 Jan, 2013
Technologies capable of raising IQ, improving hygiene in hospitals, halving hot water bills, and reducing horse-breeding costs were among the “big ideas” pitched to investors by Enterprise Ireland.
Thu, 29 Nov, 2012
Despite not scoring for the final 16 minutes of play, Avondhu progressed to the Cork SFC quarter-finals at Ilen Rovers’ expense in Macroom on Saturday night.
Mon, 13 Aug, 2012
They may have grown accustomed to journeying the backdoor route in the Cork SFC in recent seasons but Ballincollig passed their opening assignment of this year’s championship in powerful fashion at Dunmanway on Saturday night.
Mon, 07 May, 2012
Ilen Rovers are the early leaders in Division 1 of the Cork County Football League – though only on point scored – after they were one of three two-point winners in the first round of games yesterday afternoon.
Mon, 20 Feb, 2012
THEIR season began on a low note in Rosscarbery when they suffered a first-round reversal, but Clonakilty enjoyed happier times on their return to the same venue yesterday.
Mon, 08 Aug, 2011
NOT quite a west Cork derby to savour at Skibbereen on Saturday, Ilen Rovers never coming close to the quality they produced in the thrilling opening round loss to Carbery Rangers.
Mon, 20 Jun, 2011
In the five years they’ve been plying their trade at senior level, the footballers of Carbery Rangers and Ilen Rovers have never crossed paths in championship.
Fri, 06 May, 2011
CLONAKILTY’S hold on their Evening Echo Cork SFC crown came under severe pressure in Rosscarbery on Saturday night, but the defending champions held their nerve in a pulsating finale to pull through ahead of Ilen Rovers in this fourth round tie.
Mon, 09 Aug, 2010
A RIVETING Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-final in Listry yesterday, with a drama-laced finale in keeping with the tone of the game.
Mon, 23 Feb, 2009
CORN UÍ MHUIRÍ specialists Coláiste Chríost Rí and former winners St Fachtna’s of Skibbereen lived to fight another day following a dramatic drawn quarter-final encounter at the CIT grounds in Cork yesterday.
Thu, 29 Jan, 2009
THREE teams, two games apiece, and all draws.
Thu, 20 Nov, 2008
ACTION all the way as battling St. Brendan’s, Killarney pulled out all the stops to deny St. Fachtnas in a free-flowing Corn Uí Mhuiirí (Munster Colleges SFC) game at Cloughduv yesterday.
Thu, 23 Oct, 2008
THE Corn Uí Mhuirí (Munster Colleges SFC) gets down to more serious business tomorrow, with three quarter-finals down for decision.
Tue, 29 Jan, 2008
Chip and pin card details could be hacked by fraudsters while shoppers make purchases, British researchers found.
Tue, 06 Feb, 2007
A MYSTERIOUS property firm based in Britain is continuing its fight to obtain E13 million in compensation from Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, despite being the subject of serious allegations of corruption at the Planning Tribunal over the past year.
Wed, 19 May, 2004
A BRITISH company under investigation by the Planning Tribunal has been awarded just under €13 million for having its land compulsorily acquired for the final leg of the M50 motorway in south Dublin.
Tue, 18 Nov, 2003
THE Planning Tribunal has heard that the two beneficial owners of a company under investigation for alleged planning corruption were “at loggerheads” in recent weeks over their level of co-operation with the inquiry.
Sat, 11 Oct, 2003
THE outcome of the multi- million-euro compensation row between a county council and British property firm Jackson Way will be known within six weeks, the arbitrator has said.
Fri, 03 Oct, 2003
JACKSON WAY, the elusive British property company seeking €47 million in compensation from the Irish State, has been ordered to appear before an arbitration hearing to prove its existence and ownership.
Wed, 10 Sep, 2003
A BRITISH company at the centre of allegations of planning corruption in Dublin has cleared the final obstacle for receipt of a potential €47m payout from Irish taxpayers.
Thu, 31 Jul, 2003
There were angry scenes outside Derry Magistrates Court today as three men were charged with two murders in the city.
Thu, 12 Jun, 2003
A DISSOLVED British-based property company accused of planning corruption at the Flood Tribunal has applied to be reinstated in order to receive a potential €47m payout from the Irish authorities.
Wed, 19 Mar, 2003
THE Flood Tribunal is expected to decide this week on what legal action, if any, it intends to take against the tax exile businessman, Jim Kennedy over his refusal to appear at the inquiry as a witness.
Mon, 20 Jan, 2003
A PROPERTY company, which is seeking 47m in compensation from Irish taxpayers, may not be entitled to a single cent after it was dissolved yesterday.
Thu, 09 Jan, 2003
THE arbitrator in the Jackson Way land compensation dispute has retired to consider the case.
Sat, 09 Nov, 2002
BY the time the Flood Tribunal completes its latest investigation into allegations of corruption over the rezoning of lands at Carrickmines in south Dublin, John Caldwell is set to become something of a household name — like his erstwhile associates, Liam Lawlor and Frank Dunlop.
Fri, 01 Nov, 2002