The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
It's day one of the formal general election campaign with parties setting out their stalls ahead of next month's vote.
The former head of the Garda cold case unit believes whoever left body parts in a bag in north Dublin earlier this week did it to send out a very clear message.
About 400 tractors will drive into Dublin city centre this afternoon in a farming protest.
The owners of a Cork creche say the introduction of apprenticeships would go some of the way towards solving a recruitment and retention crisis in the sector.
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High Court Decision 'Vital To Commuters Leeside' According to Cork Chamber of Commerce
They decided to dismiss a challenge to An Bord Pleanála's decision to grant approval for the M28 motorway between Cork and Ringaskiddy
Emergency Services Are Responding To A Three Car Collision On The N22
Gardaí have told RedFM News the road is closed and diversions are in place
Anyone With Mumps Being Asked To Limit Contact With Others While Infectious
They're being advised not to attend work, school or college
Gardai Renewed Their Appeal For Information After A Student Was Stabbed To Death At A House Party In The City
A murder investigation has been launched
Number Of Women Travelling For Abortions To UK Has Fallen Dramatically
That's since terminations were legalised in Ireland
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