An All-Ireland winning professional road bowler got an award of zero plus costs against him yesterday arising out of a road accident where the judge said he did not believe one word of the bowler’s evidence about his injuries.
Sat, 24 Mar, 2018
After a very tough first paper last Friday, most higher- level Junior Certificate maths students should have been happier with Paper 2 yesterday. Tony McGennis of the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland (ASTI) considered the second paper to be quite fair.
Tue, 14 Jun, 2016
He’ll stay strictly professional, save maybe the odd colourful remark, but at least one Kerry voice in Killarney tomorrow will be shouting for Cork. And it’s a very familiar voice to Cork radio listeners. C103 match commentator and raconteur Paudie Palmer.
Sat, 04 Jul, 2015
The senior judge of the Central Criminal Court was praised in tributes from lawyers in Cork on the occasion of his last visit as a judge – and his own seven-word reply made his feelings clear about his forthcoming retirement from the bench: “There is nothing voluntary about my going.”
Wed, 11 Mar, 2015
A woman has gone on trial on a charge of dangerous driving causing the death of her own four-year-old daughter. Witnesses, it has been claimed, saw a van hitting a kerb, spinning twice through the air, and the child being thrown out on to the road.
Tue, 10 Feb, 2015
The judge who imposed three-year suspended sentences on the four young people involved in the chain of supply of drugs to two young Dungarvan men found dead in Kinsale said the case was an eloquent expression of the tragedy that drugs destroy lives.
Sat, 01 Mar, 2014
The lorry driver on trial for assault causing harm to a detective at Fermoy Mart said yesterday that he stabbed the guard repeatedly in the hand with the key to his lorry, but only because he believed the officer was trying to get him out “dead or alive”.
Sat, 01 Mar, 2014