There are fears for the future of up to 80 jobs at a popular hotel and golf resort in Cork.
There are plans for almost 600 homes in the Dundalk area of Co. Louth.
They have just been lodged with An Bord Pleanála, under the new fast-track mechanism for large developments.
A teenager is assisting gardaí with their enquiries into the death of a 67-year-old man killed in a suspected hit and run in Co Cork over the weekend.
A man was being questioned by gardaí in Co Tipperary last night over the suspected hit-and-run death of a pedestrian at the weekend.
A ‘road to nowhere’ built at a cost of €3.7m that has lain idle for the past seven years is to be finally completed.
The battle for the hearts and minds of Limerick shoppers began in earnest back in 2011, when the local authority devised a scheme to entice new retailers into the city centre
People in the Shannon Estuary village of Ballylongford, Co Kerry, who were hit by severe flooding a year ago, are bracing themselves for high tides next month and in March.
An extensive fish rescue operation following the partial collapse of an historic weir at Ballincollig Regional Park has resulted in up to 10,000 fish being saved.
A 38-year-old man died in the country’s 20th farm accident this year when a wheel he was fitting exploded. It was the third tragedy to befall his family.
A woman has died in a house fire in Co Sligo.
All new burial grounds in Kerry are to be lawn-style, with no kerbing allowed around graves.
Employees of the Tipperary Hostel Fás project, which is the subject of a Garda investigation, are taking an employment appeals action to secure enhanced redundancy payments.
Gardaí and the National Monuments Service are investigating the theft of a carved stone window frame from a medieval ruin on Church Island on Garadice Lake, Co Leitrim.
A family whose 14-year-old son died after falling into a coma in a Garda station 10 years ago, were last night “devastated and shocked” after an older son was shot dead in an early morning attack.
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has condemned protesters who forced the Tánaiste and the children’s minister to abandon a children’s event in Dublin yesterday.
Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has said he cannot see the proposed €800m Cork-Limerick (M20) motorway opening before 2023.
People with Cork ancestry could soon be forking out €40 for a "Certificate of Corkness" under a novel proposal being discussed by Cork City Council tonight.
FARM and business groups are conducting a feasibility study into a €400m twin-track sugar and ethanol plant, with the midlands as the most likely location.
Up to 250 jobs were axed today as both a global healthcare firm and brewer culled staff numbers.
An armed garda was recovering in hospital tonight from injuries he suffered while arresting suspected gangland criminals in Limerick.
AS flood clean-ups got under way throughout Cork yesterday the ice returned, creating treacherous driving conditions which are likely to feature in the coming days as the cold snap once again takes a grip.
The brother of a woman who died after being beaten about the head with a fire poker was tonight being quizzed by detectives over the violent death.
A LORRY driver was killed when his out-of-control milk tanker ploughed into three houses, narrowly missing several people including a mother and her sleeping teenage son.
Drinks firm Bulmers today axed more than 120 jobs across its operations.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting for a new school to replace the existing structure, which has been described as a potential death trap by fire officers, vowed yesterday to take their fight all the way to Leinster House.
THE taxpayer will foot a €1 million-plus bill to clean up a 30-year-old asbestos dump in Cork harbour.
Gardaí have confirmed the two fishermen who died after being rescued off the Donegal coast were brothers.
RETAIL giant Aldi is planning to build a €100 million regional distribution centre for the south of Ireland which will create up to 160 jobs.
A community was in shock tonight following the death of a 15-year-old girl at a community school in Meath.
NAPPIES, condoms and other unsightly waste will soon disappear from the beach of a booming seaside town under a €20 million upgrade of its sewerage system.
40 jobs are to go at the MDR factory in Gweedore Industrial Estate in Co Donegal.
Work will continue today in Co Mayo on reconnecting the road to Pollathomas, after Friday night's landslide.
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