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Ana Kriégel. Photograph courtesy of  RTÉ News

A journalist has been fined €2,500 by a Central Criminal Court judge after he named one of the boys convicted of Ana Kriégel’s murder during a live ra(...)

A court order is in place to protect the identity of the two boys who were convicted of murdering Anna Kriégel.

Gardaí in Cork have received no complaint about an accidental naming of one of the boys convicted of the murder of Ana Kriégel during a discussion on (...)

Paul Higgins and son Zac. Photograph: Facebook

The mother of a boy (2) seriously injured in a hit-and-run in Cork earlier this week has spoken of how she feared her son had been killed when she saw(...)

Davis College principal Stephen Gilbert said the school was treating the matter extremely seriously and had removed the list of names as soon staff learned of its existence. File photograph: Google Street View

A campaigner against sexual violence has called for greater discussion among secondary school students about rape and sexual violence after somebody i(...)

The Irish Times is acquiring Landmark Media. which includes Irish Examiner, Waterford News & Star, Western People and Kildare Nationalist. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times DAC has agreed a deal to acquire all the publishing and media interests of Landmark Media Group, the Cork-based company that owns the (...)

Radio host Neil Prendeville. Listeners to The Neil Prendeville Show have raised €22,000 for a seven-year-old girl with a bowel disorder  to travel to the UK for vital tests.

A seven-year-old girl who vomits up her own excrement because of a bowel disorder is set to travel to the UK for vital tests after listeners to a Cork(...)

Red FM chief executive Diarmuid O’Leary: ‘It is about delivering a national standard at a local level.’

The last set of radio ratings, courtesy of the Joint National Listenership Research (JNLR) survey, confirm a big shift has taken place in the Cork mar(...)

Red FM: the company said listenership figures and  targets for the business were being met.

Investors in the Cork radio station Red FM expect that it will become profitable this year, according to shareholder and company secretary Fiona Darcy(...)