The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
An easing of Covid-19 restrictions for children could be introduced early next month.
The National Public Health Emergency Team's working with several Government departments to examine how some measures could be lifted for under-18s in Phase 2, due to come into effect on June 8th.
A man remains in custody this morning after a drugs seizure worth 237,000 euro in the City Centre.
Heroin worth 70 thousand euro was found during the search of a house in the City on Thursday.
Doras has written to the Justice Minister, calling for the closure of the Direct Provision Centre in Cahersiveen, County Kerry.
It's also asking Charlie Flanagan to tackle overcrowding and wants residents to be moved to appropriate own-door accommodation.
There are calls for the Government to open-up its restart grant for businesses.
The 250 million euro scheme can offer grants of up to 10,000 euro for companies that are reopening, following the lifting of the Covid-19 restrictions.
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