More than 20 tenants at the Leeside Apartments in Cork are facing eviction.

Mick Barry urges Minister to introduce legislation to protect residents of Leeside apartments

Cork County Council secured an injunction at Cork Circuit Court

Couple says previous caravan was unsuitable for their sick infant daughter

Micholaj and Elzbieta Wilk. Photograph: Provision

Seven premises searched and nine vehicles seized after CCTV footage and emails were examined

‘People with dementia and their carers will grasp at any straw,’ said  Professor Robert Howard, head of Old Age Psychiatry at University College London. Photograph: iStock

Waterford-based researchers claim food supplement can slow progress of disease

Paul Horgan (27) who has been jailed for life for the murder of his mother in Cork. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney

‘I did not intend to kill her, I intended to set her free,’ says Paul Horgan (27)

About €7.8 million worth of items were stolen from construction sites nationally in 2017. Photograph: iStock

Builders urged to mark equipment and to secure their sites against criminal gangs

Paul Horgan denies murdering his mother in November 2015. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney

Accused told gardaí he drank two bottles of wine because he was depressed

Micholaj and Elzbieta Wilk: Officers say they have found nothing to date to link the qualified horticulturist with criminal activity. Photograph: Provision

Possibility that Polish horticulturist fell foul of criminals operating cannabis growhouses

 Tánaiste  Simon Coveney and Port of Cork chairman John Mullins at the launch of the Port of Cork’s  container terminal development in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork. Photograph:  Clare Keogh

New facility will cater for larger container ships than are currently accommodated at Tivoli when it opens in 2020

The body of the 67-year-old was found by his wife near their home at Ballybane, Liscarroll in north Co Cork. Photograph: iStock

Gardaí speak to teenager about incident on Sunday morning and examine car

 Bill Kenneally driving near Waterford Court in late 2015. File photograph: Patrick Browne

Six men who pressed for commission of investigation are pleased at Flanagan proposals

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall underneath a portrait of Daniel O’Connell with his living relatives as they are shown around Derrynane House. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Prince Charles and Camilla meet with Liberator’s relatives and hear how he championed Catholic Emancipation

Prince Charles meets school children during a visit to Cork Naval Base. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/PA Wire

Prince Charles and Camilla impress assembled guests with their interest in Cork people

Prince Charles and Camilla meet fishmonger Pat O’Connell at the English Market in Cork, with Tánaiste Simon Coveney and Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Prince of Wales visits Cork and praises warm and friendly welcome received

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall  meet Tánaiste  Simon Coveney and Lord Mayor of Cork Tony Fitzgerald during a visit to the English Market in Cor. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Hopes visit by royal couple will lead to similar upsurge as followed queen’s visit in 2011

Myrtle Allen, in 2011.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Leading figures from the worlds of politics and gastronomy pay tribute to the late chef

Mikolaj Wilk who was killed by a gang who broke into his home, and his wife Elzbieta who was injured in the attack. Photograph: Provision

Officers puzzled that assailants did not use loaded gun in attack on Mikolaj Wilk

Fr Tadhg Ó Dálaigh has been jailed for indecently assaulting a boy while teaching in a boarding school in Cork in the 1980s.

Tadhg Ó Dálaigh accepts verdict of jury following two day trial, sentencing hearing told

An artist’s impression of the proposed incinerator at Ringaskkiddy in Co Cork.

Opponents of Indaver project near €50,000 in funding to seek a judicial review

Mikolaj Wilk who was killed by a gang who broke into his home, and his wife Elzbieta who was injured in the attack. Photograph:  Provision

Polish father of two may have been targeted in a case of mistaken identity

A 44-year-old  man has walked free from court after a judge directed a jury to find him not guilty of assault causing serious harm to his wife after she refused to give evidence against him.

Anthony Kelleher said woman’s injuries resulted from fall down stairs after drinking

Geoffrey O’Byrne-White who died while swimming in the sea in Co Cork.

Member of Irish Aviation Authority board became ill while swimming near Kinsale

An artist’s impression of the proposed incinerator at Ringaskkiddy in Co Cork.

Campaigners hope to take judicial review of Cork Harbour planning decision

Patrick O’Donnell (inset) died following an assault  at Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork, on Friday.

Patrick Ginty O’Donnell’s funeral expected to attract large crowds to Ballindangan

A man has been charged with the murder of Patrick  O’Donnell (inset) at Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Michael Dineen is accused of killing father-of-four Patrick O’Donnell in a pub row

Gardaí are investigating the killing of Patrick ‘Paddy’ O’Donnell (inset) at Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork, on Friday. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

A man in his twenties is being questioned in relation to the death of Paddy O’Donnell (36)

Gardaí at Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork. Photograph Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Gardaí appeal for witnesses after man’s death following row at pub on Friday night

Belfast vessel Mamach Mór  is just one of over 200 boats participating in this year’s Ocean to City event. Photograph: Explore Home Photography

Over 200 craft and more than 600 rowers to participate in An Ras Mor from Crosshaven to the city quays

Joanne Nicholson.

‘There are very few medical conditions that are made worse by exercise’

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will visit visit several notable venues during their trip to Ireland. File photograph: The Irish Times

Royals to take in Liberator’s home at Derrynane during their three-day trip to Ireland

Following the death the shopping centre was closed and gardaí began a technical examination of the escalator. File photograph: Getty Images

Officers hope postmortem and CCTV footage clarifies incident in Cork city shopping centre

Protesters at the EPA oral hearing into the Indaver Incineration licence at Ringaskiddy,  in 2005. Photograph: Neil Danton

An Bord Pleanála decision to grant planning to Indaver may not be the end of the matter given its history of legal challenges

An artist’s impression of the proposed incinerator at Ringaskkiddy in Co Cork.

Reaction: Indaver says Ireland is far too reliant on exporting our waste

Kathleen Lynch will contest  Cork North Central for the Labour Party in the next general election.

Former Minister of State faces a challenge in regaining seat she held from 2002 to 2016

An artist’s impression of the proposed incinerator

Environmentalists criticise decision, saying An Bord Pleanála ignored its own inspectors

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan opened the new Cork courthouse on Monday. File photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Darren Murphy (41) denies murder of mother-of-three Olivia Dunlea (36) in 2013

The Youghal RNLI lifeboat crew  operates an inshore B-class Atlantic  lifeboat. File photograph: David Sleator

Seamus and Susan Mason have given almost half a century to lifeboat station

A Court Service spokesman said the €26 million refurbishment of Washington Street had secured one of Cork’s most historic buildings for present and future generations.

O’Donnabhain says decision to refurbish Anglesea Street will result in idle courtrooms

Jason Clancy, one of the survivors of Bill Kenneally’s abuse: “I firmly believe that what we uncovered is only the tip of the iceberg in relation to this.” Photograph: Collins Courts

Jason Clancy, whose complaint against sports coach led to investigation, ‘delighted’ with news

Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan has said   legal advice he  received was that it would be possible for the Commission of Investigation to start hearing evidence on certain aspects relating to the gardaí handling of complaints in the 1980s without prejudicing Bill Kenneally’s right to a fair trial. File photograph: Alan Betson

Minister to seek Cabinet approval for investigation into handling of Waterford sports coach

Attendance at the official opening of the refurbished Cork courthouse on Anglesea Street. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Chief Justice hails design and development of refurbished building and improved facilities

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan said the Cabinet was yet to discuss the idea of removing the current criminal penalty that faces women for procuring an abortion in the State. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Fianna Fáil leader does not believe ‘fences to be mended’ with anti-abortion party colleagues

Micheál Martin at Dublin Castle for the referendum results on Saturday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

FF leader: No evidence that referenda results have an impact on election outcomes

Tánaiste Simon Coveney speaking in Iveagh House, Dublin. File photograph:  Cyril Byrne

Widespread nature of Yes win hows there is no urban/rural divide, says Tánaiste

Mick Barry TD (second left), who saw his Cork North Central constituency vote by 64.02 per cent to 35.98 per cent for repeal, said that the result was a clear call for greater equality in Irish society. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Difference between 1983 and 2018 campaigns was that this time there was no fear, says former Labour TD Kathleen Lynch

Turnout in both Cork North Central and Cork South Central topped the 60 per cent mark. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Voters come out in greater numbers than in marriage equality referendum to vote Yes

Fianna Fáil leader  Micheál Martin and his wife Mary voting in the referendum on the Eighth Amendment in Cork. Photograph: Handout/PA Wire

FF leader says not surprised by emphatic two-to-one winning margin for Yes campaign

A woman has been charged with the theft of more than €400,000 over a seven year period from the Co Cork credit union where she worked. File photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

Court told Moira Coughlan intends to plead guilty to the 592 separate charges against her

Minister for Health Simon Harris voting at   Delgany National school, Delgany, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Micheál Martin says abortion debate has ‘far less aggression’ than it did back in 1983

Site plan for Ringaskiddy, Co Cork: campaigners against a proposed €160 million waste incinerator for Cork Harbour seek an investigation into the absence of any record of notes from meetings in 2011 between Indaver executives and civil servants. Photograph: Mark Kelleher

Campaigners used FoI to learn of 2011 Indaver and Department of Environment talks

Gardaí in Cobh  questioned a woman after seizing approximately €60,000 worth of suspected cannabis herb. Photograph: An Garda Síochána.

File will be prepared for the DPP after woman quizzed over discovery of cannabis

The developers of the long awaited Cork Event Centre have insisted that they are fully committed to the project. Photograph: iStock

The cost of the project has since risen to between €75 million and €80 million with both Bam International and Live Nation request(...)

Weaver’s sword  on display at the launch of the  exhibition at Cork Public Museum. Photograph: Michael O’Sullivan/OSM Photo

Archeologist says city as old as Waterford but Norsemen landed on Suirside earlier

24-year-old John Kennedy dos Santos Gurjao who died on an Aer Lingus flight from Lisbon to Dublin in 2015. Photograph: Provision

John Gurgao swallowed 113 cocaine pellets before boarding Aer Lingus flight from Lisbon

Micheál Martin: “There are people who are unhappy with the stance I’ve taken but there are a lot too who are happy with it.”

More than 30 Fianna Fáil parliamentary party members intend to vote No

Industrial waste (centre left) from the abandoned steel plant lies exposed at Haulbowline. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision.

Effort to clear waste linked to old Irish Steel plant in Cork Harbour criticised by environmentalists

Tánaiste Simon Coveney and leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin as they both canvassed in Cork city on Monday morning. Photograph: Diane Cusack

Simon Coveney rejects claim while canvassing with FF leader Micheál Martin in Cork

Gynaecologist Noirin Russell  who specialises in foetal medicine attached to Cork University Maternity Hospital. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Gynaecologist: Doctors cannot provide same care to women having terminations abroad

GAA Annual Congress, Croke Park, Dublin 24/2/2018 Chairperson of the Cork County Board, Tracey Kennedy speaks to congress Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

Tracey Kennedy hopes her election will dispel notions that Cork GAA is a conservative organisation

‘Compassion is not one sided,’ Bishop of Cork and Ross John Buckley said. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Eighth Amendment does not tie hands of doctors, parishioners in Cork told

Dara Murphy extended his thanks to “all members of Fine Gael”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Party stalwart plans to concentrate on his work within the European People’s Party

Blogger Nikola Barrett, who is organising the protest in Cork, said the idea for the event there came from women responding to her posts about the scandal on her Facebook page. File photograph: Nikola Barrett/Twitter

Women ‘fed up with ill-treatment, disrespect, the disregard – the misogyny that is going on’

Washington Street (pictured) will continue to hear civil cases after criminal cases move to Anglesea Street

High profile murder, drugs and sex abuse cases have been held in ‘Cork’s Palais de Justice’

A spokeswoman for Cork University Hospital confirmed that management and staff were assisting gardaí with an investigation into an incident.

Girl was being treated in all-male ward when incident allegedly happened

 Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, meeting locals on James’s Street, Kilkenny on their visit in May 2017. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Royal expected to retrace footsteps of Queen Victoria in visiting Killarney

A view of the river Lee in Cork. The €6m project includes plans by the OPW to provide flood defences  as part of its €140 million Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme. Photograph: iStock

Project at Morrison’s Island criticised over loss of parking spaces and public access

Cork City Council  voted by 22-6 to approve the public realm project for Morrison’s Island off the South Mall in Cork city centre. File photograph: Google Street View

Councillors vote 22-6 to back public realm project for Morrison’s Island off South Mall

The Blind Boys of Alabama will play the 2018 Guinness Cork Jazz Festival.

Line up includes American artists Maria Schneider and Nnenna Freelon

 Prof Patrick O’Shea, UCC president and president of the Irish Universities Association. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Study finds university supports 15,000 jobs and contributes €850m to economy annually

Mother-of-one Michelle Harte might still be alive were it not for the Eighth Amendment having prevented her from obtaining a termination here when she was taking a new cancer therapy and was in remission, Prof Louise Kenny said. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Michelle Harte missed many weeks of cancer treatment due to Eighth – Prof Louise Kenny

Composed by Loudest Whisper founder and lead guitarist Brian O’Reilly (above left), The Children of Lir was first staged by the band in 1973. This May 18th and 19th his son Oran (above right) and  granddaughter Orna O’Reilly (centre) both join the show at the Cork Opera House to perform on guitar and in the choir respectively.

Show first staged in 1973 and Polydor Records signed Fermoy combo to record album

Car failed to stop for members of the Regional Support Unit in Cork

‘It is a fraud at the higher end of the scale. The dishonesty is virtually complete’. Photograph: Alan Betson

Wicklow man jailed for four years for €1m fraud after jumping bail and fleeing country

Minister for the Marine Michael Creed (second right) visiting the East Tip works site at Haulbowline Island last December. Photograph: Department of the Marine

Environmental group says entire site may not be remediated following Minister’s comments

Gardaí investigating images of a man wearing clerical garb engaging in a sex act with another man on the altar of a church are hoping to  establish whether the pictures are authentic or created digitally. File photograph: iStockPhoto

If genuine, gardaí will look to find men involved and establish who published images

Michael McGrath has warned that repealing the Eighth Amendment will leave the unborn exposed to the risk of abortion on demand. Photgraph: Aidan Crawley

Michael McGrath issues appeal for No vote as party leader Micheal Martin backs Yes campaign

“I saw he had my heavy duty yard brush in his hands. I shouted at him.” File photograph: Getty Images

Victim feared for life during break-in as burglar wielded yard brush in his hands

The MV Connemara will have the capacity to carry 300-400 car passengers all of whom can avail of cabin accommodation on the 26 hour crossing down to the historic port city of Santander in Cantabria.

The twice weekly sailings will cut 1,200kms off the road journey for many hauliers currently opting for a land bridge via the UK, (...)

Voters going to the polls in the 1983 abortion referendum. File photograph: Pat Langan/The Irish Times.

Garda stations and local authorities dealt with requests from would-be voters until 5pm

All four had pleaded guilty to possessing over €50,000 worth of cocaine for sale or supply. Photograph: Getty Images

Four given sentences varying from 5-12 years for operation involving soak fabric from Brazil

Aside from the two accidents, gardaí reported that the three Ed Sheeran concerts passed off without major incident. Photograph: Isabel Infantes/PA Wire

One fan in serious condition while another breaks two legs trying to listen to concert

‘The law and the teaching of the Church have always found a way, with compassion, to deal with the hard cases’

Pastoral letters against repealing the Eighth Amendment are read out to masses

Gardaí investigating the discovery of a man unconscious in Bandon in the early hours of Bank Holiday Monday are hoping to be given permission by doctors to speak to him later this week

Man in his early 30s found unconscious with head injuries in Bandon on Monday

“The concept of termination was so vigorously promoted that a ‘group-think’ has come to the fore,” said the Bishop of Cloyne Dr William Crean. Photograph: Catholic Communications Office/PA Wire.

Dr William Crean says focus should not be solely on individual ‘sad and painful’ situations

“What we are proposing to do here is still protect unborn children but we are deciding to rebalance the discussion around prioritising the health and lives of women.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Simon Coveney says focus should not to be on voters who have already decided

Ian Bailey, who was released without charge twice and has since denied he had anything to do with the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier  in  Co Cork in 1996. Photograph: Eric Luke

An accused person ‘has no legal right’ to testify by video link in a trial in absentia

Margaret McCarthy Creedon  pleaded guilty to charges of  theft  while employed by Macroom Haulage

Margaret McCarthy Creedon stole from Macroom Haulage over a 13-year period

Signage is to be changed at a junction following crashes in which the drivers were using sat nav.

American tourists died at Waterloo Junction last September when giong to Blarney

Ian Bailey: disappointed. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / The Irish Times

Cork-based journalist to take case to European Court of Human Rights

INMO general secretary Phil Ní Sheaghdha referred to the issue of conscientious objection for those who don’t wish to be involved in terminations. Photograph: Lisa Moyles

Nurses union has had no discussions to date with HSE about the implications of repeal

INMO general secretary Phil Ní Sheaghdha said its office had been contacted by many nurses seeking guidance as to what they should do to reassure women in relation to smear tests.

INMO says nurses should have been given accurate information to reassure women

More than 70 per cent of those who are training and will soon qualify as nurses plan to leave the State, according to a survey by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).

INMO says 57% of soon to be graduates offered work abroad, while HSE has approached 18%

Business leaders in Cork hope that a series of Ed Sheeran concerts at the redeveloped Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend will provide a multi-million euro boost to the local economy. Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters.

About 150,000 fans set to attend series of concerts in city over bank holiday weekend

Seamus O’Brien, father of Cathal O’Brien,  who disappeared 24 years ago in Cork, at Farmleigh, with a rose during the  Missing Persons Ceremony. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Cathal O’Brien (23) disappeared from a flat in Cork in April 1994 and is believed to have been murdered

 Seamus O’Brien, father of Cathal O’Brien, who disappeared in Cork in 1994,  with a rose during the  annual missing persons ceremony at Farmleigh in 2016. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Authorities seek information about deaths of Cathal O’Brien and Kevin Ball 24 years ago

Berwick Fountain on Cork’s Grand Parade

Berwick Fountain has been a favourite meeting place for generations, says Lord Mayor

 Fine Gael  pressing for a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish women can be trusted to make the right decisions about their treatment, says medic

Tánaiste Simon Coveney at the launch of the Cork Fine Gael Vote Yes for the 8th Referendum in Cork. Photograph: Brian Lougheed

Simon Coveney says the woman’s story of having to go to the UK for a termination after fatal foetal abnormality diagnosis was horr(...)

Mr Coveney predicted it will be those who are currently undecided who will decide the referendum but he had concerns they may be afraid to vote for change because of the arguments made the No campaign. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Fine Gael member deeply upset at plan to legislate for abortion up to 12 weeks

Susan and Tim Corcoran, from Donoughmore, Co Cork,  spoke of their personal experience of the Eighth Amendment at the launch of  Fine Gael’s campaign in Cor for a  Yes vote. Photograph: Brian Lougheed.

Couple told to wait for heartbeat to stop in pregnancy that would not go to full term

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