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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
Gardaí say Morrison's Island, Fr Mathew Quay and Union Quay are flooded and closed to traffic, while there is heavy surface water on parts of the South Mall and South Terrace.
Parts of Bantry town flooded at high tide however the water is now subsiding.
The Tánaiste has described the announcement of 90 jobs at Irish manufacturer Cosmetic Creations as a great news story for Cork.
Plans for new speeding penalties will be brought before cabinet this morning.
Over 1,000 people turned out in Bandon yesterday where TV broadcaster Graham Norton launched a book on the history of his former school.
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Gardaí Are Investigating A Serious Assault That Occurred In Blackpool Last Night
At around 8.30 Gardai intervened in a row between three men on Great William O’Brien Street