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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(...)

There has been a notable positive shift towards greenways, and this was a huge positive for Co Cork, which last week was allocated €15.78 million in funding to develop greenways, Cork County Council chief executive Tim Lucey said. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Co Cork has huge potential to capitalise on the promotional drive for greenways for cyclists and walkers, with the first major greenway in the county (...)

Last weekend was cited by several firms as among the busiest is many a year. File photograph: Getty

Christmas tree sales records have been tumbling countrywide as growers and sellers reported surging interest over the course of their busiest weekend (...)

A flooded Grand Parade in the Cork city floods. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Barry Keane, one of the many residents along Cork City’s Mardyke whose homes were flooded in 2009, welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling as “a great res(...)

Enhanced riverside route towards docklands at Albert Quay West. Picture supplied by Casy Communications

Plans for the controversial €140 million Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme will create some 8kms of new or improved riverside walk and cycleways, accordin(...)

The landbank is primarily laid out in six fields and extends to 28 hectares

A residential landbank close to Ballincollig just outside Cork city could make about €20 million through agent Irish & European. The 28 hectares (...)

Gardaí have requested the services of the State Pathologist’s Office following the discovery of a body in a burning car in a field in Cork on Monday e(...)

Irish Water has lifted all remaining water conservation orders that were in place around the country. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Irish Water has lifted all remaining water conservation orders that were in place around the country. Orders restricting water use, a so-called hosep(...)

Claire Nash (fourth from left) with her staff at Nash19

A Cork businesswoman who almost lost her business after the floods of 2014 has expressed concern that the Government may reallocate €140 million desig(...)

A woman makes her way through flood waters in Cork city on February 4th, 2014. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The €140 million Office of Public Works (OPW) plan to protect Cork city from flooding is likely to take five years to complete. However, almost half (...)

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