A man who attempted to murder a teenager at a popular Dublin hiking spot and assaulted a psychiatric nurse by attempting to strangle him with a sock has been given permission to move out of his mother's home.
Recruitment firms on the move and in an upward trajectory themselves can be seen as a bellweather of change in the wider economy. Thus, the denizens of Cork’s South Mall will be glad to see the arrival of not one, but two such firms to the South Mall: FRS Recruitment, and IT recruitment specialists Stelfox.
Enda Kenny and Joan Burton are due to appear before the Banking Inquiry today; Greece’s radical government approved new creditor-demanded reforms; a Cork-based engineer has made it into the last 100 candidates for the Mars One mission; and the European dream is over for Dundalk.
Ervia CEO: Irish Water ’came up short’ on explaining charges; President Michael D Higgins makes an official visit to Britain today;Christian Benteke’s move to Liverpool could go through today, and Sinead O’Connor has cancelled her summer tour due to illness.
A former Cork city bar operated by the Rebel Bar Group has changed hands, and is due to re-open by Easter. Mulligans, on Parnell Place, has been acquired by a small consortium headed up by Liam Barry, who has owned the Bodhrán on Oliver Plunkett Street for more than 10 years, and who’s been in the bar business in Cork and Mallow for almost 20 years.