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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
Sinn Fein claims Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are ignoring the will of the people 'at their peril'.
In a phonecall yesterday, Micheál Martin reiterated to Mary Lou McDonald that Fianna Fáil would not form a government with Sinn Fein.
A Cork mental health charity say they have been experiencing a large rise in the number of calls from parents concerned that their teenage or adult child may be suicidal.
Lisheens House in Skibbereen receives calls every day from parents looking for advice on how to best help their children with mental health issues.
Another 143 people have died from the new coronavirus in China.
That brings the total number of deaths since the outbreak began to over 15-hundred.
The Road Safety Authority is urging motorists to be extremely careful today as Storm Dennis has arrived.
Yellow rain and wind warnings are in place throughout Ireland until tonight.
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Man Who Used His German Shepherd Dogs As "Quasi Weapons" When Gardaí Tried To Arrest Him Jailed
Frank McCarthy of Ballyhandle, Crossbarry, Co Cork, pleaded guilty to obstructing two members of An Garda Síochána on the 23rd of November 2017.
11 New Probationer Gardaí Assigned To Cork City
The new Gardaí are part of a class that passed out from Templemore Garda College on Friday and will be assigned to Gurranabraher, Anglesea Street and Togher Garda Stations.
Met Éireann Issue Snow And Ice Warning For The Entire Country
The status yellow alert will come in to effect at 6am tomorrow and will remain valid until 9am on Wednesday.
It's Hoped Return Of French Film Festival Will Provide A Further Boost To The Local Economy
The 31st Cork French Film Festival was launched in the city today and will attract leading French film directors and actors.
Graham Dwyer Will Have To Wait To Find Out If State Has Won Appeal Against His Successful Legal Action
In 2018, Dwyer, who is originally from Bandon won a challenge to the law that allowed his phone data to be retained and accessed as part of his prosecution for the murder of Elaine O'Hara.
Irish People Being Advised Not To Travel To Parts Of Italy Affected By Coronavirus
Five people have died there, over 200 have been infected and 50,000 people have been placed into quarantine to try to contain the biggest outbreak of the disease in Europe.