Gardai appealing for witnesses to Hit and Run at Liscarroll, Co Cork – two weeks ago on 17 June

Gardai appealing for witnesses to Hit and Run at Liscarroll, Co Cork – two weeks ago on 17 June

30 June 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Gardaí in Mallow are renewing their appeal for information following a suspected fatal hit-and-run collision in Co. Cork. An investigation was launched following the discovery of a body of a 67-year-old Alister Hines on the road side at Ballybane, Liscarroll shortly before 9.30am on the 17th June, 2018. […]

LUCKY yet UNLUCKY! Cork lotto winner has less than one week left to claim prize

LUCKY yet UNLUCKY! Cork lotto winner has less than one week left to claim prize

30 June 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie They were lucky enough to win, but perhaps the luck ran out when it came to keeping the ticket and checking the numbers? A lucky National Lottery player from Cork has less than one week to claim a EuroMillions prize worth €40,872 that they won on Friday April […]

CHICKEN AND EGG: Excessive ticket prices are causing inflation – says Cork TD

CHICKEN AND EGG: Excessive ticket prices are causing inflation – says Cork TD

30 June 2018 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Billy Kelleher has said that everyday activities such as going to GAA matches or attending music concerts are becoming out of reach for ordinary people due to rocketing ticket prices. “Summer in Ireland has always been marked by families heading […]

RELIGION: Fr Mathew Commemoration in St Joseph’s Cemetery, Cork

RELIGION: Fr Mathew Commemoration in St Joseph’s Cemetery, Cork

29 June 2017 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The Cork Pioneer Association held the 8th Fr Mathew Commemoration on Wednesday evening – 27th June – in St Joseph’s Cemetery in heavenly weather conditions. Members of the Ballyphehane Pipe Band led the parade to Fr Mathews graveside where Canon Michael Murphy P.P. Ballyphehane recited the prayers and […]

“PLEASE STOP WASTING WATER” – it’s running low in Clonakilty and Nohoval

“PLEASE STOP WASTING WATER” – it’s running low in Clonakilty and Nohoval

29 June 2018 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Irish Water is appealing to customers across Cork to conserve water. Small measures by everybody will help to maintain supply. Due to the increase in the demand for water and the limited availability of raw water as a result of the current dry weather, reservoir levels have dropped […]

SPORTS: Galway and Cork Tipped At 11/8 To Retain Provincial GAA Hurling Titles

SPORTS: Galway and Cork Tipped At 11/8 To Retain Provincial GAA Hurling Titles

29 June 2018 By Byran Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Both the Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championship take place this weekend with Cork and Galway defending their titles against Clare and Kilkenny. BoyleSports are tipping up the Tribesmen and Rebels to retain their respective titles at 11/8 whilst Clare and Galway to come out provincial champions is […]

POLITICS: Coachford will remain a backwater until Drinking Water and Waste Water networks upgraded – says local TD

POLITICS: Coachford will remain a backwater until Drinking Water and Waste Water networks upgraded – says local TD

29 June 2018 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Village’s development being stymied by lack of sewerage capacity Cork North West TD, Aindrias Moynihan has claimed that the growth and development of the village of Coachford is being stymied by poor sewerage and water treatment facilities. Deputy Moynihan was commenting after raising the matter with the Minister […]

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