To mark the anniversary of its founding, St Aloysius School in Cork City is preparing to open its doors on Saturday, November 16, to welcome back past-students and staff members who may want to take a stroll down memory lane.
A thousand sleeping pills, cannabis and €2,000 in cash have been seized during searches in Dublin.
A rare species of bat, as well as the soprano pipistrelle bat, may hold up development of the €180m Project Opera development in Limerick.
Éamonn Cregan is looking through a window in the Hunt Museum Café, out at the Shannon running away with itself, a dull August afternoon rising merely to scurries, writes PM O’Sullivan
A suspect device on the north side of Dublin has been declared safe.
A suspect device has been discovered in north inner-city Dublin today.
Brendan O’Neill felt a sense of peace and wellbeing on a visit to the Treaty city.
A female cyclist has died after being involved in a collision with an articulated truck in Limerick this morning.
A severe weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann with a prolonged spell of stormy weather set to lash the country from tomorrow.
The New Year won’t bring any let-up in the stormy weather in the south of the country as flood alerts have been issued in Cork city and county.
Unknown heroes of the Irish Volunteers have been identified in graves in Glasnevin cemetery as part of a new commemoration.
A RETAIL incentive scheme to encourage businesses to move into vacant shops in Limerick has been given the green light by the city council.
INCENTIVES are being offered to attract retailers into Limerick city centre which has suffered continuing shop closures.
IT had all the high drama of a scene from the TV series, Prison Break.
HOLY galloping llamas, Batman – they’ve kidnapped the penguin!
A panicked penguin was found waddling the streets of Dublin today after a gang of pranksters stole her from the city zoo.
THOUSANDS of community workers took to the streets of Dublin in protest at proposed cuts they say will undermine essential community services.
AN BORD PLEANÁLA was yesterday accused of being out of touch for continuing to put on hold a decision on the e350 million Opera retail centre in Limerick.
Police in the North are investigating a bomb hoax in Portrush, Co Antrim last night.
Marks & Spencer could be moving to more than one location in Limerick in two years time.
CORK actor Fiona Shaw was one of three recipients of the first Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) Alumni Awards.
FOR the first time in its history, Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), is to hold an alumni awards ceremony to honour its finest graduates.
A foreign man was struck in the face and attacked by a dog during an assault at his home in south Belfast in what has been branded a “racist attack”.
THE King and Queen of Norway found a safe harbour in Cork yesterday as the country was lashed by the tail end of a hurricane.
THEY came in their hundreds to mourn a woman who was universally loved and liked for her caring nature.
Up to 500 mourners are attending the funeral today of the woman killed when her car was struck by a stolen bus on the Naas Road last Sunday.
MÁIRE BUCKLEY, the retired teacher who was killed in Sunday’s bus tragedy, dedicated herself to helping children in some of Dublin’s most disadvantaged inner city communities for almost four decades.
Communities across north inner city Dublin were left devastated today following the killing of retired teacher Maire Buckley who died saving her daughter from the path of a stolen bus in the west of the city.
A 36-year-old man appeared in court today charged with causing death by dangerous driving in connection with the death of a woman who was killed in the course of a series of incidents involving a bus in Dublin yesterday.
A VAST new shopping complex will draw an additional 100,000 people into Limerick city each week, members of Limerick City Council have been told by the developers.
AN INVESTMENT property with a political twist is up for sale.
Tommy Barker profiles a well-designed student block in the city centre.
A Dublin youth has reached adulthood having acquired 84 convictions throughout his teenage years, which were dominated by cocaine addiction and drug-fuelled petty crimes.
HERE’S an on-going quiet revolution off Cork city’s Douglas Street, with millions of euro flowing in property investment.
TOP TV entertainer Graham Norton is to strike camp from his Cork city penthouse perch.
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