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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
Polling stations have opened across the country for today's general election.
Voters will take to the polls in what's the first Saturday election since 1918.
A yellow wind warning will be in place across the country from 9 o'clock this morning, along with a yellow rainfall alert from midday.
Gusts of up to 120 kilometres per hour are expected, ahead of the arrival of Storm Ciara tomorrow.
Cork Company of the Year awards took place last night at Cork Chamber's Annual Dinner held in Cork City Hall.
Over 1,000 people, including leading industry and political figures, celebrated the winners at the dinner.
President Michael D Higgins formally launches Galway's year as European capital of culture today, the culmination of a week of events which began on Sunday last in Clifden.
Cork was the last Irish city to hold the title back in 2005.
More from Cork
Gardaí In Togher Are Appealing To The Public For Their Help I Locating 37-Year-Old Cian O'Sullivan
He as last seen in the Douglas area yesterday
The Cork To Limerick Motorway Scheme Will Be Developed Within The Broad N20 Corridor Via Charleville And Mallow
The development was revealed at a briefing held today in Charleville
Cork University Hospital Is 'Significantly Overcrowded'
It is asking members of the public to only visit the hospital in the case of a genuine emergency
Another 79 People Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus On Board A Cruise Ship In Japan
Passengers and crew have started disembarking
Talks Aimed At Forming A Government Continue Today
It's ahead of the first sitting of the new Dáil tomorrow
Gardai Have Issued A Witness Appeal Following A Fatal Crash In Buttevant
The crash happened late last night