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  • Teen on graffiti damage charges

    20 April 2018 23:00

    A teenager appeared at Cork District Court yesterday accused of spraying insulting comments about a garda in graffiti on four different schools in the Blarney area, leaving them with a total bill of €1,200 to remove the paint. Inspector John Deasy outlined the background to the alleged criminal damage offences for the purpose of Judge Marie Keane deciding

  • Family: Brian shouldn’t have been left to die in ED

    20 April 2018 23:00

    A man found dead in a hospital should not have been left to die in an emergency department waiting room, his family said yesterday. Five brothers and sisters said their farewell at the funeral of 40-year-old Brian Hamilton, discovered motionless in a chair at Tallaght Hospital last weekend. Joined by several hundred mourners at the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel

  • Man admits making hoax 999 call to gardaí

    20 April 2018 23:00

    Gardaí were notified in a 999 call of a man running around a residential area of Cork with a shotgun, but yesterday a man admitted to making the call as a hoax. Paul Foley, aged 38, with addresses at Comeragh Park, The Glen, Cork, and Lagan Grove, Mayfield, Cork, pleaded guilty to a charge that he did persistently make use of the phone for the purpose

  • 'She never gave up searching': Jo Jo Dullard's sister dies after two decade search for missing woman

    20 April 2018 22:14

    Mary lobbied Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy in an effort to find her missing sister. KILKENNY WOMAN MARY Phelan has died after a, 22-year long, tireless campaign searching for her missing sister, Jo Jo Dullard. Mary died at her home in Cuffesgrange, Co Kilkenny, after a short illness. Her close friend, Fianna Fail TD, John McGuinness said she never

  • 'We are really, really devastated': Tributes paid to much loved child psychologist David Carey

    20 April 2018 19:06

    Dr David Carey has contributed to the parenting panel of Newstalk’s Moncrieff show for almost a decade. TRIBUTES HAVE BEEN paid to child psychologist David Carey who has passed away following a battle with cancer. Dr Carey had been a long-time panellist of Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff show, contributing to its weekly parenting slot every Wednesday for almost

  • Adare Manor to bid for 2026 Ryder Cup after completion of €70 million redesign

    20 April 2018 19:00

    Owner JP McManus said he wants to bring the tournament back to Ireland. AFTER A MULTI-MILLION Euro redevelopment and confirmation today that Adare Manor is due to stage the Irish Open in the coming years, the Limerick resort will also bid to host the Ryder Cup when the tournament returns to Europe in 2026. The course, owned by JP McManus, was officially

  • 'It's been a long wait': Two anonymous callers donate €8k for spina bifida patient's wheelchair

    20 April 2018 17:07

    Darren Noonan has been waiting seven months for a new wheelchair, but has been unable to secure funding. TWO ANONYMOUS RADIO listeners have donated €8,000 to pay for a new wheelchair for Limerick man Darren Noonan who lives with spina bifida. Noonan, aged 33, needs a new wheelchair which costs €8,000 as his current one is outdated. To date, he has been waiting

  • Man airlifted from top of Blarney Castle following cardiac arrest

    20 April 2018 14:57

    The Rescue 115 helicopter reached the famous castle in a matter of minutes. THE COAST GUARD airlifted a man off the top of Blarney Castle after he suffered a cardiac arrest earlier today. The ambulance service called the Coast Guard for assistance after the man collapsed on top of the popular tourist attraction. “We got a call from the ambulance saying

  • Product warning: 'Buenas' brand grated coconut recalled after salmonella detected

    20 April 2018 11:56

    The product could cause illness if consumed raw. A BATCH OF grated coconut by food brand Buenas has been recalled in Ireland due to the detection of salmonella. The Food Standards Authority of Ireland has announced that UK importer Manning Impex Ltd has recalled the batch, which could cause illness if consumed raw. The product originates from the Philippines

  • Police investigating after robbers try and fail on two occasions to steal ATMs in early hours

    20 April 2018 08:24 1

    In one of the incidents, raiders still made off with a substantial amount of cash from a shop. POLICE IN THE North are appealing for information after a burglary on the Lurgan Road in Aghalee, Co Antrim, in the early hours of this morning. Shortly after 4am, entry was forced into the premises of a shop and a substantial amount of cash removed from it. During