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This year
Two people injured in chemical substances incident at Janssen facility discharged from hospital
Maritime College head: Ireland must seize opportunities presented by major off-shore projects
As Ireland begins the process of shifting energy production to offshore wind farms the need for an increase in Irish trained mariners will see
Last year
Suspected cocaine estimated to be worth €3.8 million found in refrigeration unit at Cork port
All time
Elderly Cork couple who died in crash 'well-known in the local golfing community'
Community Group welcomes High Court ruling on Incinerator planning
Man due in court over seizure of cannabis worth €1.8 million
Cannabis worth €1.8 million found hidden inside van at Ringaskiddy in Cork
Huge cocaine seizure in Cork highlights Ireland's fulcrum position in global drug gang investigations
More fire crews join operation at site of Cork Port blaze
Fire crews to remain on site of Cork Port blaze overnight
Big pharma firm Novartis to cut 320 jobs at Cork plant
Man (40s) dies after motorcycle collides with car in Co Cork
Local residents seek to block €220 million Cork-to-Ringaskiddy motorway plan
'Palpable anger and disbelief': Cork locals bring battle against incinerator to High Court
€220 million Cork-to-Ringaskiddy motorway gets the green light
Planning permission granted for controversial incinerator in Ringaskiddy
Decision on €160 million Cork incinerator deferred for a tenth time
Cyclist killed following collision with tractor
Controversial incinerator will need a no-fly-zone, says Defence Forces
Politicians, the community and army staff are against it, but €160m incinerator may still go ahead
Largest container ship to berth at an Irish port on its way to Cork with 7.5 million Fyffes bananas
The 15-year battle to build an incinerator in Cork is still going
Dozens of jobs saved at Pfizer plant in Cork
Four companies create 83 new jobs for Cork and Dublin
Pfizer to create up to 250 construction jobs
12 ways Viagra has changed the world in 15 years