It comes amid mounting criticism of City Hall’s handling of the issue which has blighted the city's historic spine since last June.
Stabilisation works are due to start today on three buildings on Cork’s historic North Main St following a partial collapse on June 20.
Stabilisation works are due to start tomorrow on three buildings on Cork's historic North Main St following a partial collapse on June 20.
Irish trade unions have called on the Government to ensure a 'just transition' for those on the lowest incomes as it moves towards a low-carbon economy.
The city of Cork will grow to nearly five times its size and increase its population by some 85,000 to 210,000 overnight as its historic boundary extension - the first since 1965 - takes effect at midnight.
Cork Constitution celebrated their second All-Ireland League Division 1A title in three years following an impressive 28-13 final victory over Clontarf at the Aviva Stadium.
Cork Con's clash with Clontarf is live on RTÉ 2
Cork Constitution lock Brian Hayes has hailed the impact made by coach Paul Barr ahead of their latest appearance in an All-Ireland League decider this weekend.
Clontarf centre Sean O’Brien is determined to follow in his older brother Conor’s footsteps and win an All-Ireland League title at the Aviva Stadium next Sunday.
Clontarf centre Sean O'Brien is determined to follow in his older brother Conor's footsteps and win an All-Ireland League title at the Aviva Stadium next Sunday.
2014 and 2016 winners Clontarf proved too strong for defending All-Ireland League champions Lansdowne as they deservedly clinched their place in next Sunday's Division 1A final after a hard-fought 23-15 victory at a windy Castle Avenue.
Dave Mervyn looks ahead to this weekend's AIL action.
Three teams in the lower half of All-Ireland League Division 1A all won on Saturday
At least 200 staff are set to transfer from Cork County Council to the city council as part of the city’s boundary extension process.
Nine men today walked free from court for their role in a "ferocious encounter" at a halting site where a number of petrol bombs were thrown and other weapons were used.
Work on the first flood defences in Cork City could get under way before the end of the year after a €6m quay regeneration project got the green light last night.
Plans for flood defences to protect one of Cork City’s most flood-prone areas as part of a major public realm upgrade have gone on public display.
The relocation of a footbridge as part of the first major flood defence works in Cork city has been ruled out after the ESB refused to pay for the diversion of high voltage cables.
City councillors have called for the OPW’s controversial flood defence scheme for Cork to be peer-reviewed amid confirmation that work on phase one is due to start this summer.
Just four dog fouling fines have been issued in Cork City since legislation was brought in more than 20 years ago.
A five-year-old girl who was trapped under a gate while playing with friends died of head injuries, an inquest has heard.
A huge new public park in Cork City, to rival Dublin’s Phoenix Park, is finally set to open next year.
Plans for the first Traveller horse grazing project of its kind in Cork have been reined in.
Traders who say they are being “driven demented” by noisy buskers will have to wait until next year before busking bylaws come into force in Cork City.
An investigation has been launched into a suspected pollution incident in Cork city’s Atlantic Pond, which is an important breeding ground for grey herons.
Gay rights campaigners will lead a major parade through Belfast city centre later, demanding the introduction of same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland.
Dads of newborn babies can now claim two week’s paternity leave. On Father’s Day, Helen O’Callaghan looks at the many benefits of the new scheme.
A rapidly increasing reliance on technology and the drive for a low-carbon economy could threaten thousands of jobs unless they are properly managed, two separate reports warn.
A homeless family of seven living mostly in one hotel bedroom are to sue the Minister for Housing as well as a local authority to decide if they are entitled to a particular standard of accommodation.
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A Cork city councillor has cried foul over national and EU waste legislation which has blocked his innovative proposal to save a sinking soccer pitch.
Travellers should be recognised as having a distinct ethnicity, the Government will be told.
Traveller rights groups have said they hope Council of Europe criticism of the Government for failing to provide adequate housing will put “pressure” on the authorities to address the problem.
If Lansdowne manage to win the Ulster Bank League title against champions Clontarf at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday (1pm), they will be eternally grateful to Young Munster for giving them a timely wake-up call.
Two young boys saw their father repeatedly slashed across the face with a carpet knife in an unprovoked assault at a daylight “ambush” at a graveyard in Ennis two years ago.
Three penalties from Matt D’Arcy proved decisive at Lakelands Park on Saturday afternoon, when champions Clontarf booked their place in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A decider at the expense of Terenure College.
All games kick off at 2.30pm unless stated
Cork Constitution enjoyed their first league success as tries from Rob Jermyn and Tomás Quinlan saw them beat Ballynahinch 23-16 at Temple Hill.
THREE years ago many Irish people had never heard of Mother Jones.
Ireland will be examined on its record on civil and political rights at the UN Human Rights Committee hearing in Geneva this morning.
The garda watchdog said it wanted expanded powers, claiming it should be able to review minor disputes all the way up to investigating the Garda commissioner.
It was Clontarf’s first national trophy, but Evan Ryan’s third All Ireland League medal as the north county Dublin side finally passed the winning post after twice in recent years losing out on titles in the run-in.
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