Teams of volunteers had been searching the River Lee for the past three weeks for 31 year old Colin Roynane from Rahan near Mallow who was a final year commerce student at UCC

A search team looking for a UCC student missing since New Year’s Day have this morning recovered a body from the River Lee in Cork city. Teams of vol(...)

Carrigrohane Castle, Carrigrohane, Co Cork

Address: Lahinch Railway Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin Agent: Crawford’s In Dalkey village, this three/four-bedroom redbrick measures 131sq m (1,410sq(...)

The Dún Laoghaire baths are among the projects that will benefit from a new EU fund for Irish urban regeneration projects. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Some 19 towns and cities, previously designated as “gateways” and “hubs” under the National Spatial Strategy, are to benefit from a €40 million EU fun(...)

The court heard that gardaí did not believe there was foul play involved. Photograph: Getty Images

A jury has returned open verdicts on the deaths of a homeless man and woman whose bodies were recovered within yards of each other from the river Lee (...)

A local man with his dog   in Bandon, Co  Cork following Storm Frank. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The main Cork to Waterford road remains closed on Friday due to flooding as civil defence teams continue to assist the residents of a beleaguered hous(...)

Bandon town centre, Wednesday, December 30th, 2015. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Traders and townspeople in Bandon in West Cork were on Wednesday night counting the cost of a second major flood inside a month as they and people acr(...)

In November 2009, the ESB discharged large volumes of water from Inniscarra Dam which led to the River Lee bursting its banks downstream and extensive flooding in the western reaches of Cork city with the estimated damage totalling about €100 million. Photograph: KGalvin/Wikimedia Commons

The ESB has warned that there may be flooding of roads and lands upstream of Cork city over the coming days as it increases discharges from its dams a(...)

The River Lee in Cork city. File  photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Businesses across Cork have lodged legal proceedings against the ESB over €90 million in flood damage suffered back in 2009 ahead of the expiry this T(...)

The River Lee in Cork city. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The River Lee has burst its banks along the south channel in Cork city, resulting in a second consecutive night of flooding in the city. Flooding has (...)

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is located on the south side of the River Lee just at the edge of Cork city centre.   File photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The €67 million redevelopment of Páirc Uí­ Chaoimh in Cork city is on course for completion in 2017 following the signing of the demolition contract f(...)