The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making headlines across Cork
A 43-year-old man has been charged in connection to the murder of Detective Garda Colm Horkan.
Stephen Silver of Aughaward, Foxford, county Mayo appeared before a special sitting of Castlerea District Court last night.
Leo Varadkar has said the government won't be afraid to reintroduce Coronavirus restrictions if there's a second wave of the virus.
It comes after major changes to the exit pathway with most of normal life able to resume from June 29th.
SIPTU want an urgent meeting with management at Aer Lingus after the announcement it plans to lay off 500 staff.
The airline says the job losses are due to Covid-19, which it says is having a catastrophic effect on the aviation industry.
A ban on rent increases and evictions due to Covid-19 has been extended until July 20th.
The restriction on landlords, brought in during March was due to run out at the end of June.
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