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Judge Con O’Leary remanded the accused in custody to appear at Cork District Court on Monday when it is expected that he will apply for bail.

A 37-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with drug offences following a Garda operation which saw officers seize €40,000 wo(...)

 Minister of State for the OPW Patrick O’Donovan said: ‘You have to allow people to object...  but there also has to be an end game’. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Climate change is occurring at such a fast rate that the Government will have to look at ways of speeding up the delivery of major flood relief projec(...)

Dublin teenager Molly Ryan is still suffering coronavirus after-effects: ‘I had bad heart pain and the fever was meant to go after five days, but it just stayed.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Like many young people Molly Ryan did not think Covid-19 could happen to her. Ryan (19) played hockey for Pembroke and ran for Blackrock Athletic Cl(...)

Princes Street was recently pedestrianised as part of the Re-imagining Cork City programme. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Cork City Council has unveiled a €5 million Covid-19 package to encourage cycling in the city and support the hospitality sector with temporary pedest(...)

People are confused about their rights and worried about losing money and angered at companies who – they say – are deliberately making their lives more difficult. Photograph: Getty Images

The Pricewatch mailbox continues to overflow with queries and complaints connected to travel, and it remains – by far – the single biggest area of con(...)

Michael Collins: “there is no crime in detecting and destroying, in war-time, the spy and the informer”

Why did Bloody Sunday happen? To answer this question, we need to go back to 1918 when Michael Collins was introduced to Eamon Broy. Broy was a detect(...)

Many food businesses have launched delivery services

Order prepared food and ingredients from kitchens and farms, and stay occupied with books, toys and paint There has been an explosion of food oper(...)

The operators currently providing critical services are Irish Ferries, Stena Line and Brittany Ferries. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Government is providing up to €15 million to keep five critical sea routes going during the Covid-19 pandemic. The routes between Dublin and Cher(...)

Fingal County Council, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and Clare County Council are among the local authorities to publicly state they are closing playgrounds.  Photograph: iStock

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has reiterated its stance that there is no need for parents to have a complete ban on play dates. It comes as pla(...)

Elizabeth Coppin,  at her home in England. ‘Ireland has never acknowledged the truth of what happened in the laundries.’ Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Elizabeth Coppin (70) feels “very bitter” towards the Catholic Church but “much worse towards the Irish State”. “They failed to protect me and thousa(...)

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