The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
A protest by farmers is continuing outside the Dáil this morning- the group say they are highlighting challenges in the sector and they won't leave until the Agriculture Minister meets them.
Calls have been made for public support to ensure the future of Ireland's new charity Air Ambulance service which was launched at the end of July and is on track to fly more than 200 missions by the end of this month.
Cork is set to host the European Business Angel Network in June 20202
FraudSMART and Gardaí say over €4 billion is expected to be spent online with payment cards during November and December and are warning consumers to be aware of the risk of fraud when buying from sites.
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Cuanlee Reveals Some Victims Of Domestic Abuse Are Being Digitally Tracked By Their Ex-Partners
Cuanlee Women's Refuge says technology is playing a larger role in attempts to control women fleeing abusive relationships
City Council Installs 45 Christmas Trees Throughout The City And Suburbs
The City's Lord Mayor is encouraging people to support Cork businesses and shop locally this Christmas
Farmers Warn Today's Blockade At Aldi's Distribution Centres Will Be The First Of Many
They're demanding a beef price increase while Aldi says it received no communication from the IFA of any grievance
Hundreds Take To The Streets Of Cork Calling For An End To The Housing Crisis
Latest homeless figures for October show 447 adults are living in emergency accommodation in Cork
Deliveroo Partners With The National Missing Persons Helpline For The Month Of December
Deliveroo riders will carry backpacks across Cork and Dubln carrying the images and details of missing people
It Really Is The Most WONDER-Ful Time Of The Year
Elves have taken over Fota Island Resort ahead of Santa's arrival