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Developer Michael O’Flynn at a development in Lucan in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Emergency measures to tackle the State’s housing crisis are needed, including changes to zoning and planning rules, according to one of Ireland’s bigg(...)

An Acer tree due for removal on O’Connell Street, Clonmel.  Photograph: Billy O’Riordan

“We will need to boost every imaginable carbon sink to the very maximum. A standing tree must then be worth more than a dead one,” Greta Thunberg said(...)

Cork landlord Fachtna O’Reilly.  Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Cork Courts

A landlord has welcomed a High Court order quashing a ruling by a district court judge which held him responsible for noise pollution emanating from s(...)

Vehicles drive through flood water in Mallow, Co Cork. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Cork was on Tuesday night bracing itself for further flooding after a day of torrential rain left many roads around the city and county impassable. L(...)

A Cork hotel, which opened its doors in April to cater for frontline HSE staff combating Covid-19, is to close temporarily after two of its staff tested positive for the virus in recent days.

A Cork hotel, which opened its doors in April to cater for frontline HSE staff combating Covid-19, is to close temporarily after two of its staff test(...)

Fachtna O’Reilly arrives at court in Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Cork Courts

A landlord has been given a week by a judge to halt students from holding Covid-19 lockdown parties at two of his properties near University College C(...)

Designed by the then Cork county architect, Patrick McSweeney, the 16-storey Cork County Hall, some 64.3 metres high, superseded Dublin’s Liberty Hall. File photograph: Ger McCarthy

It’s no exaggeration to say that Cork County Hall has always been held literally in high regard by Corkonians but then that’s no surprise - for four d(...)

Designed by the then Cork county architect, Patrick McSweeney, the 16-storey Cork County Hall, some 64.3 metres high, superseded Dublin’s Liberty Hall. File photograph: Ger McCarthy

It was Ireland’s tallest building for years, much to the satisfaction of Corkonians everywhere, and now Cork County Hall’s status is to be recognised (...)

Torrential rain has led to flood  barriers have been erected in Mallow and Fermoy. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Torrential rain in the south of the country has caused flooding in parts of Co Cork. There are reports of flooding on the N73 between Mallow and Mitc(...)

Members of the Travelling community protesting over accommodation in 2014. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Travellers are facing a homelessness crisis in Cork due to the failure of a Government-established scheme to provide sufficient accommodation, accordi(...)

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