Three people remain in custody over what police describe as the biggest money laundering operation ever in Northern Ireland.
Seven people were arrested in the North over two days in what the PSNI said was their largest money laundering operation ever.
Seven people have been arrested following an investigation into the international money laundering of criminal assets accumulating to approximately £215 million (€252m).
Established only three years ago, the Bere Island Park Run has quickly become one of the most popular Park Runs in the world — and now it’s to be set to music.
Cork’s choral festival again promises to be one of the highlights of the cultural calendar, says Jo Kerrigan
CIT Cork School Of Music
At heart I’m still an old hippy. I veer between cynicism and idealism.
Lunchtime on Saturday will see a unique concert at Triskel Christchurch in Cork as part of the city’s choral festival.
Carmina Burana promises to be a highlight of the choral festival in Cork, writes Jo Kerrigan.
Cork-born soprano Deirdre Moynihan has an enviable CV, and is now releasing her first CD — a selection of Vivaldi cantatas on the classical Naxos label.
A verdict of medical misadventure has been returned over the death of a 68-year-old man who died after a hernia operation.
The last fog horn sounded by an Irish lighthouse boomed out in 2011, made obsolete by technological advances.
Children are being invited to provide a commentary on some of Cork’s best known restaurants as part of this year’s Midsummer Festival.
The West Cork Chamber Music Festival’s creative approach and warm welcome continues to draw performers of the highest calibre, writes Jo Kerrigan
RTÉ’s Morning Ireland presenter Áine Lawlor has told an international conference that fighting cancer was like a gardener trying to eradicate dandelions — you had to make sure every tiny bit of the root is removed.
MORNING Ireland presenter Áine Lawlor was low-key last October when she told listeners she was “taking a break for medical treatment”. The 50-year-old didn’t say she had breast cancer.
RENOWNED RTÉ journalist Áine Lawlor has been diagnosed with cancer and will be off air for while she undergoes treatment.
Cancer services at Waterford Regional Hospital are striving for excellence, according to the area's regional cancer director.
Company bosses are delaying having children because of the increased pressure of work, according to a new report today.
THE future of many sports may be threatened by the growing trend of ‘local’ clubs relocating to greenfield sites, say a leading Irish consultancy firm.
WE doffed the cap to a few of the more surprising omissions above, but what about those bubbling under, those who won’t just be knocking at the door but will have their feet well and truly under the table come the end of 2006.
A Kilkenny man allegedly set alight by a friend who thought he was HIV positive suffered life and limb-threatening burns, the Central Criminal Court heard today.
Relatives of a man brutally murdered four years ago screamed abuse at the chief suspect as he appeared in court today.
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