A fundraising page has been set up to pay the funeral costs of a 16-year-old girl who died in a crash on the northside of Cork city on Wednesday night.
The four-seater was already one of the most open in the country before a single vote was cast as three of the four TDs elected in 2016 weren't on the ballot this time out.
Pat Buckley was elected on the first count in Cork East.
The Cork city cemetery which was hit by a distressing act of vandalism is in line for a range of security upgrades.
There aren’t many constituencies facing as much of a shake-up as Cork North-Central.
Fine Gael Senator and General Election candidate, Colm Burke, is confident that an incident which saw his office vandalised is not connected to the theft of hundreds of his posters.
Sinn Féin councillor Thomas Gould is set to be announced as the party's candidate in Cork North-Central.
Kenneth O'Flynn made the announcement just hours after Fianna Fáil omitted him from their completed ticket in Cork North-Central.
It is all eyes on Fianna Fáil in Cork North-Central where the party is scrambling to continue its presence in the wake of Billy Kelleher’s departure to Europe.
Councillor Padraig O’Sullivan has emerged as the victor at a Fianna Fáil selection convention to represent the party in the seat left vacant by Billy Kelleher TD in Cork North Central.
Ambitious housing plans are being prepared for a former asylum building on the northside of Cork city which has been boarded up since it was gutted in a suspected arson attack just over two years ago.
The first shots have been fired in the political battle for the Dáil seat of MEP-elect Billy Kelleher.
Talks on who will become the next Lord Mayor of Cork were already underway even as the last two candidates took their seats with just a single vote separating them following a recount.
Fianna Fáil is on course to retain its position as the largest party on Cork City Council with Fine Gael a close second after the “green wave” swept Sinn Féin aside over the weekend.
Sinn Féin could be set to lose as many as half of its seats on Cork City Council as the Green Party look set to make significant gains.
In the third of a five-part series on the local elections, Kevin O’Neill profiles the revamped Cork City North-West district
The embattled Football Association of Ireland will today attempt to start mending fences with the Government by confirming a glut of exits, including John Delaney’s.
They came, they sat, they parked the bus.
The President has unveiled a plaque to mark the birthplace of a Cork man who is revered in Venezuela as a liberator, but who remains largely anonymous here.
The State must use the new €1.25bn Land Development Agency to finally unlock the potential of Cork’s docklands, which have capacity for some 15,000 homes.
Cork’s historic Coal Quay needs a new vision, City Hall has admitted, conceding that its original vision of creating a thriving market precinct “hasn’t been fully realised”.
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The Rebel city has done royal visits before. But for Patsy Flynn and his wife, Kathy, it was their first.
Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald met Prince Charles in Cork last night just hours after he spoke of how reconciliation and understanding can guide both countries on a path of shared prosperity and security.
Firefighters were pelted with stones and concrete blocks as they fought illegal bonfires at the same location on the northside of Cork City two nights in a row over the weekend.
A new Traveller flag is flying over Cork’s City Hall for the first time in what representatives have described as a gesture of inclusiveness.
Building work on a €16m social housing scheme — one of the largest in the country — is finally under way in Cork City, more than a decade after flats on the site were demolished.
The €6m revamp of an historic Cork city quay which will include the city's first flood defences has been given the go-ahead.
The success of the Ed Sheeran concerts in Cork, which were worth an estimated €60m to the local economy, has given the city a taste of what an events centre could deliver, business leaders said yesterday.
New life has been breathed into one of the most historic parts of Cork City thanks to a €500,000 investment in the public realm and a cultural venue.
Drunken revellers know it well but Cork city’s much- loved Berwick Fountain on Grand Parade is getting a facelift.
The controversial afternoon car ban on Cork’s main street has been suspended until early August.
The controversial afternoon car ban on Cork's main street has been suspended until August 9.
The controversial afternoon car ban on Cork’s St Patrick’s St looks set to be suspended tonight after just three weeks.
The Government is determined to fast-track the delivery of more social housing projects, Junior Housing Minister Damien English has insisted.
Fears have been expressed about the re-emergence of so-called joyriding in Cork City after an almost 70% spike in the number of reported car thefts.
Business leaders in Cork have given City Hall two weeks to iron out teething problems with the new St Patrick St car ban.
The HSE is planning to dispose of a huge, fire-damaged former hospital on the open market, despite calls from a local authority for the site to be used for housing.
Plans for flood defences to protect one of Cork City’s most flood-prone areas as part of a major public realm upgrade have gone on public display.
A multimillion funding deal has been agreed for the stalled, €73m Cork events centre, which could clear the way for building work to finally start later this year.
A nun described as the “Mother Teresa of Cork” has been honoured on her 100th birthday.
You may scoff at their tight jeans and waistcoats, waxed beards and analysis of craft beers and coffees, but hipsters could help trigger regeneration in Irish cities.
Just days after banning plastic cups in City Hall, the Lord Mayor of Cork is going electric.
A former army officer who set up a music school with the aim of promoting music as a tool for social inclusion is the winner of Cork Person of the Year Award.
Food heroes in Cork who go the extra mile to promote healthy and sustainable practices have been honoured.
Legislation is being prepared to extend Cork’s city boundary for the first time since 1965.
The €10.5m regeneration of a historic convent and school as a heritage centre has been described as a living showcase of one of Ireland’s greatest social justice pioneers.
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