Bus Eireann Looking At Cutting Dublin To Cork Route Due To Financial Impact Of Covid-19
They are looking at cutting a number of routes
The services under threat are the Dublin routes to Cork, Limerick and Galway - while the bus to Belfast is to be suspended.
The National Bus and Rail Union says its been assured there will be no job losses.
Its General Secretary is Dermot O'Leary - he says its down to politicians to fight for their local bus service:
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An 18 year old has been airlifted to hospital following a crash in West Cork earlier
Emergency services responded to the crash on the N71 - that's the main Ballydehob to Schull Road at 1.20pm