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# Cork

'We can be feeling sorry for ourselves for 10 minutes' - Cork's challenge, Tyrone's revival
Yesterday
15th June 2024
Kerry fire 4-13 against Waterford, Cork narrowly defeat Galway
14-man Tyrone come strong in second-half to defeat Cork
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Bus Éireann reprimanded after man with guide dog 'publicly humiliated' and refused service
Inland Fisheries Ireland continuing investigation into 5,000 fish killed by pollution in Cork
Expecting a first result in Ireland South tonight? It would take 'a miracle'
This month
June 2024
Green MEP candidate tests water supplies for nitrates as she canvasses in Ireland South
The Journal spoke to MEP Grace O’Sullivan during a novel type of campaigning in Ireland South.
Murder trial hears how a father was stabbed multiple times in front of his children at a funeral
'Cork football is crying out for that' - 3 talking points after Rebels surprise Donegal
Jim McGuinness: 'You don’t deserve to win a game when you concede three goals'
Cork fire three goals to upset Donegal in All-Ireland series
A two-point win for the home team in Páirc Uí Rinn.
What are the key questions ahead of today's three All-Ireland football games?
Last month
May 2024
Murder trial of six people accused of murder in Tralee cemetery begins in Cork
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to fire at vacant property in Co Cork last month
Planning underway for 8 new commuter train stations in Cork
6 players to watch as Cork and Tipperary compete for Munster hurling glory
Three primary schools will no longer be under patronage of Catholic Church come September
Woman who lay dead in Cork house for at least a year named locally as Joyce O’Mahony
Man with 27 identities remanded in custody after Cork court appearance
Cork make their hurling public fall in love with them all over again
The Great Entertainers could still go out of the Munster championship next weekend, but what a travesty that would be as they inflict a filleting on Tipperary.
Tipperary and Cork bosses face their season defining moment at Semple sellout
A crucial clash in Thurles today at 4pm in the Munster senior hurling championship.
Danielle O’Leary and Emma Dineen lead Kerry to first Munster crown since 2017
Ciarán Joyce returns to matchday squad as Cork face Tipperary
Status Yellow thunderstorm warning in place for most of the country
Cork bring in U20 football captain to start for Munster hurling semi-final against Clare
Poll: Have you watched Bodkin?
Teenage motorcyclist seriously injured following road traffic collision in Cork
Health services 'inadequate', says mother left with catastrophic injuries after being stabbed by son
Man who raped woman while she was asleep in her family home jailed for six years
'Consistency is Cork’s issue, rather than confidence' - John Meyler on longest wait for Liam
Cork have lost the ability to come like mushrooms. Instead, they need nothing more than consistency to push for All-Irelands again.
Two people rescued off the coast of Cork by RNLI
'90% of what we talk about at home is football' - Family fortunes for Clearys of Cork
Kerry crowned Munster U20 football champions after defeat of Cork
Richard Satchwell to go on trial in April 2025 over Tina Satchwell murder charge
April
April 2024
Man (21) found guilty of manslaughter of Matt O'Neill in Cork in 2022
5 talking points after Clare receive huge boost while Cork face uphill task
Clare back on track after key Munster victory over 14-man Cork
Six goals scored in an absorbing round-robin game in front of a crowd of 36,814.
Man (19) found guilty of manslaughter of Matt O’Neill in Cork in 2022
Woman detained by gardaí investigating fatal car crash in Glanmire
Tánaiste says previous inquiry into Whiddy Island disaster will be ‘further examined’