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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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Ryanair is cutting 40 percent of its capacity on flights in October, compared with the same month last year
Ryanair say their business with Cork is at a critical point and its future is hanging in the balance
Cork city is gearing up to open it's doors, both physically and virtually, tonight for Culture Night
Listen back to Lana O'Connor's full interview with Culture Night Cork City Ambassador Conál Creedon
SPECIAL REPORT: Cork City Fire Brigade Hopeful New Recruits Will Help To Even The Gender Balance
There's currently only one female firefighter Leeside however a recruitment drive has been launched to hire 20 additional firefighters.
Blackpool Hair Salon Gutted By Fire
3 Degrees Hair Design say they heartbroken after their salon at Blackpool Shopping Centre was destroyed in the early hours of this morning.
Man (39) Charged In Connection With Robbery That Left An Amputee Lying On Street
The 50 year old man was resting in his wheelchair near the Mercy University Hospital on Monday when he was approached by a man who demanded money.
Seven Ulster Bank Branches In Cork Could Be At Risk Of Closure
The Bank's UK parent Company Natwest is said to be considering closing all 88 branches in the Republic, which could result in the loss of 2,500 jobs.