Specialist crews from ENEDIS, the electric grid operator for much of France pictured leaving Midleton, east Cork, following their work helping ESB Networks. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

From Malin to Mizen and back – that’s how much conductor cable ESB Networks has replaced over the past seven days as repair crews worked around the cl(...)

Fishmonger Colm O’Riordan of Ballycotton Seafood, Midleton, east Cork places sandbags by his shop door ahead of Storm Brian. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Fears that Storm Brian might lead to flooding in Cork city and a number of county towns proved unfounded as high tide passed off in both the city and (...)

A power cut in Lili Petrik’s  home in Innishannon, Co Cork, following Storm Ophelia. Lili’s mother warms herbal tea using  tealights. The house is also without heating. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

About 52,000 customers remained without electricity in Cork city and county on Wednesday with reconnection expected over the next two days. ESB Netw(...)

Cork city tonight escaped a repeat of this week’s flooding when high tide in the River Lee passed off without problems after the wind directio(...)

Council workers and tree surgeons remove a tree on Pope’s Quay in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney

Some 400 ESB Network repair crews worked throughout the day in Cork today to half the number of customers left without power as a result(...)

The remains of a prefabricated classroom roof at CBS primary school in Tralee. Photograph: Domnick Walsh/Eye Focus.

About 250 ESB Networks repair crews worked until 9pm yesterday to reconnect supplies to more than 23,000 customers in the midlands and south, most (...)