An Taoiseach Micheal Martin TD pictured queuing for his Covid 19 vaccination booster jab at Cork City Hall Vaccination Centre.
An early morning pedestrian checks her phone as heavy floods hit Cork city centre, following the bursting of the River Lee’s banks.
Sr. Irene Gibson, a Carmelite nun of the Holy Face of Jesus Order, carrying a Child of Prague religious statue as she leaves Skibbereen District Court with Sr. Anne Marie of the Holy Family Carmelite Hermitage, Leap, Co. Cork. Sr Gibson was found guilty of a breach of the planning laws after she constructed an unauthorised compound for her and a newly ordained sister to live in
Parents Jack and Eimear Doyle pictured at St. Bartholomew’s Church, Kildorrery, Co. Cork, with daughters Amy and Saoirse, at the funeral mass for their son Fionn Doyle who died following a battle with leukemia
Killian Devlin pictured on the Garryvoe shore overlooking Ballycotton lighthouse during the search for his mother, 67-year-old Frankie Devlin, who was missing from the Garryvoe area, East Cork
A shopper’s car is removed by crane from Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork, following an accidental fire which severely damaged the multi-storey car park
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, exits a replica of a famine bothán during his visit to UCC. The mud cabin was a home typical of the early 1800s and famine era
Norbert Nkengurutse who came to Ireland from Burundi in
2016, pictured in the Crawford Gallery, Cork
American computing pioneer and Turing Award winner Donald Knuth pictured in the Glucksman Gallery on George Boole Day at University College Cork
Minister for Education and Science Mary Hanafin TD pictured at the re-opening of the Crawford Observatory, in UCC.
Early morning frost and snow covered fields at Inchigaggin Lane, Cork city.
Cork City Hall and its late night reflection in the River Lee
Ballet dancers from the Cork School of Dance pictured in "Time to Dance" performed at the school's official opening in Cork.
Six-year-old Sam Bruchet at the opening of An Eye for an Eye in the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC
Preparations are made by the Fourth Infantry, Collins Barracks, prior to President McAleese conferring of the Freedom of Cork City.
The artist Kordula Packard at work with an attentive companion on Sherkin Island, West Cork, in February 2005
An armed detective guards the house in Farran, Co Cork, where an estimated £5 million sterling was found in February 2005. The cash was believed to be from the December 2004 Northern Bank robbery in Belfast
The novelist William Trevor at the unveiling of a bronze sculpture in his honour in the main square of his home town, Mitchelstown, Co Cork, in August 2004