Cllr Diarmaid Ó Cadhla. File photograph: People’s Convention

A Cork councillor has been urged by a judge to get himself a solicitor to advise him on the law regarding having his case heard in Irish after the jud(...)

 Independent member of Cork County Council Claire Cullinane, who has died suddenly at her home in Cobh.

Tributes have been paid to Claire Cullinane, an Independent member of Cork County Council, who has died suddenly at her home in Cobh. Cllr Declan Hu(...)

Tomás Mac Curtain, who was later murdered by members of the RIC in 1920, was the Brigade Commander of the Irish Volunteers in Cork city and county in 1916.

Dáil Éireann should enact emergency legislation to prevent the eviction of families from properties owned by vulture capital funds, the Lord Mayor of(...)

The march drew anti-water charges protestors from around the city and county and passed off peacefully through the city centre. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Around 500 people marched in Cork city on Saturday in an anti-water charge protest organised by a group which last week forced the abandonment of a me(...)

Some 1,198 of the 1,959 passengers and crew aboard the Lusitania perished when she sank within 18 minutes of being struck by a torpedo from German submarine U20 off the Old Head of Kinsale on May 7th 1915

The three bright flares looped in an arc over Cork Harbour, illuminating the glassy waters off Cobh as people of the town gathered to remember that da(...)

Independent candidate Diarmaid O’Flynn canvasses for the European elections in Patrick Street, Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Driving through Cork city I see just one poster for a People’s Candidate. It’s dirty yellow, battered and shredded by the weather. “The posters are a (...)

The Dáil chamber. The Peaple’s Candidates criticised the party whip system for failing to allow politicians represent their constituents.

Irish political parties are private clubs which are in breach of the constitution because they act to serve their own interests rather than the consti(...)