Police In UK Say Death Toll From GrenFell Tower Fire is Rising
Police say the number of people who died or are missing presumed dead after the fire at Grenfell Tower has risen to 79.
Scotland Yard thinks that number could still change - although not by as much as it has in the past few days.
Five people who were missing have turned up safe.
Commander Stuart Cundy says a painstaking search and recovery operation continues.
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Bringing your dog into work is good for your co-workers and your pet
It's been proven that they can boost productivity among staff and it also helps them to socialise
Motorists are being advised to expect traffic delays on the Curraheen Road in Bishopstown
It comes as works are to begin on Monday to the replace the bridge across the Twopot River in a bid to reduce the risk of flooding
Cork City Fire Brigade is using social media to warn people about the dangers of illegal fires
The Fire Service has taken to Twitter in an effort to reduce call out's, and increase safety awareness around bonfires, on what is generally their busiest night of the year
Over 35,000 people across Cork City and surrounding areas will be affected by a planned shutdown of water supply on Monday night
The night-time shutdown is to accommodate essential maintenance and repair work
Cork Soldier Fell Ill During Training Before Passing Away
A Cork Soldier who died at Limerick Barracks yesterday, had fallen ill during the units Recreational Physical Training beforehand.
Off Licences Across Cork Warned On Clampdown on Sale of Alcohol to Under 18's
Gardai in Cork are warning of a major clampdown on the sale of alcohol to under 18s across the city.