The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
Counting will resume in the Cork North Central constituency this morning after it was adjourned late last night, with Sinn Féin's Thomas Gould the only candidate to claim a seat so far.
78 of the 160 seats up for grabs have now been filled, with counting to resume in a number of constituencies this morning.
Sinn Fein still lead the field, but both Fine Gael and Fianna Fail are clawing their way back.
Much of the country is experiencing the aftermath of Storm Ciara this morning.
Met Eireann have advised 130km/h, Arctic conditions with snow, sleet and temperatures of -1 degrees.
The worldwide number of deaths from the coronavirus has reached 904.
A World Health Organisation team is on its way to China to investigate the epidemic.
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Three Cork projects awarded €200,000 for sustainable actions in the city and county
The projects promote sustainability in Cork through environmental awareness, community inclusion and employment
A Mother and Baby Home survivor has described plans to seal an archive of the institutions as a 'gagging order'
A Commission of Investigation into the 76-year history of the facilities is currently drawing to a close
A status yellow rainfall warning has been issued for Cork
Heavy and persistent rain is set to fall from the early hours of Thursday morning
Gardai are trying to piece together the timeline of events that led to the deaths of three men in North Cork
One line of inquiry is that a row broke out at the farm near Kanturk over land and inheritance.
State Will Not Appeal High Court Decision Not To Extradite Ian Bailey To France
It was the third attempt by French authorities to seek his surrender.
Cork City Councillor Lorna Bogue Becomes Latest Politician To Leave the Green Party
Cllr Bogue told the Echo the party's handling of the Mother and Baby Homes Bill was the last straw.