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The main stories making the news across Cork
The Labour Court will decide later if it can intervene in the ongoing pay dispute between nurses and the government.
Talks aimed at averting industrial action ended just after 3 o’clock this morning, following 15 hours of negotiations
Theresa May's questioned calls from the British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to keep the UK in a customs union with the EU.
A man remains in a critical condition in hospital, after an alleged attack in Kerry.
He was seriously assaulted on The Square, Killorglin in the early hours of yesterday morning.
People in Cork are more worried about being burgled now than this time last year
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Gardai Have Arrested A Man After He Was Suspected Of Returning To A Bank He Attempted To Rob Hours Earlier
The man demanded money from the AIB bank on Douglas Road
Bus And Train Drivers Voted Not To Service Areas Where Anti-Social Behaviour Has Spiked
This action will start in the weeks leading up to Halloween
Adrigole In West Cork Receives Funding For The Provision Of A Local Hackney Service In The Area
Funding is being made available to drivers by the National Transport Authority in 15 of the Local Link areas nationwide
Bus drivers Could Refuse To Enter Certain Parts Of The City Due To A Spike In Anti-Social Behaviour
Delegates of the National Bus and Rail Union will vote on the emergency motion this afternoon
Senior Cork Gardai Revealed They Have Not Received A Full Outline Of The New Policing Model
Under the new plans the Cork North and Cork West Divisions will be merged, while Cork City remains unchanged.
Contractors Working At Cork Firm Globetech Listened To Over 1,300 Siri Recordings Each Every shift
That's the claim of a former employee who revealed the practise to RedFM News after their contract was suddenly terminated this week.