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A map of the Cork City Council area with areas (in yellow) which Cork County Council proposed to transfer.

The proposed expansion of Cork city as recommended by the Mackinnon report on local government reform in Cork is not a land grab, members of Cork City(...)

A map of the Cork City Council area with areas (in yellow) which Cork County Council proposed to transfer.

Cork City Council has voted unanimously to reject an offer by Cork County Council to take over a portion of its land that would lead to the urban loca(...)

Cork City Council chief executive Ann Doherty: ‘The precise boundary of any expanded city council area must be the result of due diligence and must be evidence-based’

Cork City Council chief executive Ann Doherty has expressed hope the Mackinnon report, which recommended the extension of Cork city, will be incorpor(...)

The key aspect of the report was the retention of two separate local authorities, with the city area being expanded. File photograph: iStock/Getty Images

Cork County Council has criticised a report which recommends the retention of two separate local authorities in the county saying it represents “a maj(...)

Minister for Local Government Simon Coveney:  said the proposals will help to grow Cork city as an economic driver and a counterpoint to Dublin. Photograph: Kenneth O Halloran

The retention of two local authorities for Cork has been recommended in a Government-commissioned report which supports an expansion of the city counc(...)

The Minister for Housing and Local Government paid tribute to Cork City Council for its pioneering efforts in tackling the housing crisis. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Simon Coveney has announced a near €100 million plan in Co Cork which will see work start on some 400 homes in Cork city by May. The Minister for Hou(...)

The remains are removed at the funeral of Owen O’Callaghan at St Patrick’s Church, Rochestown, Cork, on Tuesday. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Property developer Owen O’Callaghan left a footprint across Ireland with the shopping centres he built, but his greatest legacy was the generosity he (...)

Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle, who disappeared without trace in March 1977. File photograph: EMG Photos

The lead investigator into the disappearance in 1977 of Mary Boyle, Ireland’s longest-running missing person case, believes a breakthrough could have (...)

Mary Boyle:  vanished near her home in Co Donegal, aged six, in 1977. Her remains have never been found

The twin sister of missing Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle has claimed that a Garda Síochána “cold case” review into her sister’s disappearance four dec(...)

 People taking part in a march for Mary Boyle on O’Connell Street in Dublin, Saturday. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A march to highlight the case of missing schoolgirl Mary Boyle was held in Dublin city centre on Saturday afternoon. The march, which was attended by(...)

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