Shanbally

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Judge Patrick Durcan jailed the defendant and banned her from driving for six years after hearing she  was driving without insurance and already disqualified from driving  when stopped by a garda.

A judge has described a Co Clare woman’s humanist marriage as “mumbo jumbo” and “for the fairies” stating that she didn’t get married at all four year(...)

Biomarin International is creating over 50 new jobs with an investment in a new drug product filling project at its facility in Shanbally, Co Cork

Biomarin International is creating more than 50 new jobs with an investment in a new drug product filling project at its facility in Shanbally, Co Cor(...)

Irish Water managing director Jerry Grant: ‘[The project] is vital for future social and economic development in Dublin’

Irish Water is commencing work on an €80 million upgrade to Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant with a view to increasing its capacity to cater for th(...)

Cllr Seamus McGrath of Fianna Fáil urged An Bord Pleanála not to rush into any decision on the M28

Plans to upgrade the N28 road between Cork and Ringaskiddy to a €220 million motorway will not lead to the elimination of traffic congestion, a planni(...)

An aerial view of Cork Harbour where a new treatment plant is making a significant impact on the volume of raw sewerage being pumped into the water.

The issue of raw sewage being discharged into Cork Harbour which was highlighted by the Environmental Protection Agency is being addressed with water (...)

BioMarin chief executive Jean-Jacque Bienaimé has said the company is looking to recruit candidates from a variety of disciplines to join its Cork site. Photograph: Gerard McCarthy

American biotechnology company BioMarin expects to complete three new lab expansions at its Cork site by the third quarter in 2018. The company began(...)

The new plant treats  50%  of sewage previously being discharged into the harbour from Carrigaline, Crosshaven and Shanbally

The opening of a new waste-water treatment plant will help to clean up Cork Harbour by cutting raw sewage discharges into it by 50 per cent, Minister (...)

Simon Coveney: “This is about ensuring we have a position that is consistent with our obligations under EU Water Framework Directives”. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael look set to strike a deal on the water charges issue which has destabalised the Fine Gael-led minority Government. Minister(...)