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Yikes.

Meanwhile…

Across the water…

This morning.

Alan Healy, in the Evening Echo, in Cork, reports that a man and a woman were separately convicted for animal welfare offences last week.

The woman was fined €100, while the man was fined €200 and ordered to give the ISPCA an additional €200.

Mr Healy reported:

On January 17, ISPCA Inspector Lisa O’Donovan visited the woman’s property in response to a call to the ISPCA Helpline.

She seized a collie pup, approximately five months old, tied to an oil tank with no shelter [pictured above]…A vet later described the pup as “severely underweight”.

Two Cork people convicted in animal welfare cases (Evening Echo)

This afternoon.

At the offices of the Irish Examiner in Cork.

Staff are told they now work for The Irish Times following its purchase of Landmark Media.

Landmark Media’s outlets include The Irish Examiner; Evening Echo and seven regional titles, the Waterford News & Star, the Western People, the Nationalist, the Kildare Nationalist, the Laois Nationalist, the Roscommon Herald and the Naas and Newbridge Nationalist.

It also includes websites Breakingnews.ie, Irishexaminer.com, Recruitireland. com, and 75 per cent of Benchwarmers.ie; and radio station interests, a 75 per cent stake in WLR in Waterford and regional station Beat, and a 17.6 per cent holding in Cork’s Red FM.

The man with the stick (second right) has seen them come and go, of course, since his first break covering the Lusitania sinking.

Pic: Catherine Shanahan

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‘sup?

Cork’s bog-biting rodent.

A vital superstar!

Deasúin MacBroin tweetz:

Tomorrow in the Cork Evening Echo – Cork’s new global celebrity.

Previously: Squealy Bum Time

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Oh.

Ronan Kelly writes:

Today’s Cork ‘Evening Echo’ [purchased at 5.30pm] Spooky? Or is there a pattern? Anyone prepared to go back through the archives and see if celeb. deaths coincided with Echo articles about them?

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Homeowners have been advised to watch their backsides during floods after a man in the Midleton area was bitten by a rat while sitting on the toilet.

…Yesterday, Councillor Noel Collins reported the incident to Cork County Council during a Southern Area Meeting, after asking them to investigate the possibility of flushing rat poison through the sewer system.

Cllr Collins added: “I would advise homeowners to keep their toilet seats down when not in use, and to watch their posteriors.”

Jay.

Sus.

*Clench*

Mind your bum… after rat bite on loo (Evening Echo, David Linnane)

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Orla writes:

“The Electric Picnic…GAA with guitars.”

FIGHT!

Electric Picnic

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