Senior Sinn Féin TDs have defended an internal review's decision not to personally criticise the party's leadership for its disastrous local and European elections campaign, saying the party only needs to work on how it highlights its policies.
Tue, 09 Jul, 2019
A Cork man drove aggressively through a red light killing a French man in Cork city, then drove off and fled the country, and today he was jailed for eight years and banned from driving for 40 years.
Fri, 27 Oct, 2017
DURING his music lesson, a string broke on young Conor Russell’s violin. A minor setback, and a common experience of every student. What happened next set a life-long course for Russell who is now one of Ireland’s most established violinmakers, or luthiers, as they are known in the trade.
Thu, 29 Jun, 2017
Cork has three garda chief superintendents but, under new guidelines issued by the departments of justice and environment, only two will in future be allowed to sit on the county’s Joint Policing Committee (JPC).
Tue, 11 Nov, 2014
EUROPEAN Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley last night came out strongly in favour of the current status of the Irish Open Championship even though it is still without a title sponsor and its prize fund at Fota Island this week is €2 million, well below what the European Tour and quite a number of leading players would like it to be.
Wed, 18 Jun, 2014
Senior Counsel Sean Guerin, whose report into alleged misconduct by gardaí was released this lunchtime, said he did not receive documentation from GSOC to aid his review, and was not told why until it was too late in the process.
Fri, 09 May, 2014