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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Burst water main in Knocknagree results in outages
A burst water main at Doon Bridge in Knocknagree will result in outages in the area until later this evening.
Government to consider full waiver on rates
A full waiver of commercial rates for small business until the end of the year may be on the cards as calls are made for the establishment of a task force to rejuvenate Patrick Street which has seen a number of shop closures.
Floating wind farm proposed off Cork coast
A floating wind farm is being proposed off the Cork coast.
French retailer Decathlon eyes up Cork sites
Sports retailer Decathlon could be set to open in Mahon Point.
Rent freeze and eviction ban could be extended
The rent freeze and ban on evictions may be extended.
Deadline for SUSI grant applications is today
Today is the deadline for students to apply for grants to go to college - if they want to be prioritised.