The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the news across Cork
Cork Simon says the death of three people on the city's streets in just six weeks proves that the Government's Rebuilding Ireland plan is not working.
The Taoiseach is being accused of attempting to sweep an alleged 'illegal abortion' under the carpet.
Some public patients in West Cork are having to wait up to five years for cataract surgery.
On two occasions this year, it took an ambulance over an hour to arrive at a life-threatening emergency.
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2 People Who Have Been Charged With Offences By Gardai Investigating The Death Of Paul Jones Have Made Their Second Appearance In Court
The 55-year-old was found dead in the living room of his rented house at Bandon Road
Thousands Of Cork Students Are Expected To Gather On Grand Parade Tomorrow
It's for a 2-hour climate action march
Lusitania Wreck Could Hold Art Worth Over €300 Million
Almost 1,2000 passengers died when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine off the coast of Kinsale during World War One.
30 News Jobs Announced For Cork Adventure Centre Air-Tastic
The new roles will come on stream when the company's €1.5 million entertainment centre at Eastgate Retail Park in Little Island opens next month.
Save Cork City: Current Plans To Combat Flooding In The City Will Make The River More Dangerous
The group are opposed to plans to develop 15 kilometres of flood defences from Ballincollig to the city
Man Arrested In Connection With The Seizure Of €20,000 Of Cannabis Herb In Mallow
The man in his 40s was arrested at around 5pm when Gardai assisted by the Dog Unit carried out a search of an apartment on the Main Street.