Irish Naval ship LE Róisín sails from Cork to Mediterranean to begin migrant rescue mission

Irish Naval ship LE Róisín sails from Cork to Mediterranean to begin migrant rescue mission

3 May 2016 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie The Irish Naval Vessel LÉ RÓISÍN departed from the Naval Base, Haulbowline, Co Cork on Sunday, (1st May) at 12 noon. The ship is headed to warmer – yet dangerous – waters in the Mediterrean for humanitarian search and rescue operations in conjunction with the Italian authorities. The […]

Cork Greens: Indaver failed to reveal evidence of premature deaths from incinerators

Cork Greens: Indaver failed to reveal evidence of premature deaths from incinerators

3 May 2016 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Cork Greens spokesperson to the Ringaskiddy incinerator oral hearing, Dr. Gordon Reid, says – quoted in a Cork Green Party statement this morning – that he has found research showing thousands of years cut from the lives of people living near incinerators due to premature deaths. The research […]

Clonakilty solicitors in finals of Irish Law Awards

Clonakilty solicitors in finals of Irish Law Awards

2 May 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie The team at Clonakilty based solicitors McCarthy & Co. are once again finalists in the prestigious Irish Law Awards 2016 in two separate categories. This is the fourth year the firm have reached the finals of the national awards for the legal profession having been shortlisted for Legal […]

Remembering the 1916 executions in Clonakilty

Remembering the 1916 executions in Clonakilty

1 May 2016 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie The Clonakilty Easter Commemoration Committee will mark the centenaries of the executions of the 1916 leaders who have streets named after them in Clonakilty, with simple remembrance ceremonies in their honour on those streets, starting next week. On Tuesday 3rd May 2016, Pádraig Pearse will be remembered at […]

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