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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
A State funeral will take place in Charlestown, County Mayo later for Detective Garda Colm Horkan.
The officer was killed on Wednesday night.
Ireland is edging towards zero coronavirus patients in Intensive Care Units.
That's according to Health Minister Simon Harris, who has confirmed there are now 16 people with Covid-19 in ICUs across the country.
A group of young Green party members have said they can't support the Programme for Government because it risks a return to austerity.
The signatories - Tate Donnelly, Julie O'Donoghue, Sean McCabe and Saoirse McHugh - are all from rural constitiuencies.
Talks aimed at avoiding widescale redundancies and pay cuts at Aer Lingus will continue between Siptu and airline bosses tomorrow.
It follows Friday's announcement of 500 planned redundancies at the airline.
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Gardai Recover A Dog Stolen In East Cork On Wednesday In Galway
The Jack Russell Terrier dog has been reunited with his owners in Youghal