The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
A leading virus expert claims a national lockdown's needed to control the spread of Covid-19.
Another 211 cases were reported in the country yesterday, with 121 in Dublin alone.
The USI President says students have time to consider their CAO offer, ahead of Wednesday's 3pm deadline.
Fewer childcare services have closed this year than at the same time in 2019.
Children's Minister Roderic O'Gorman says 123 services have shut this year, which is slightly lower than the same time last year.
Detectives in Cork have been deployed to investigate a bogus home repair service targetting the elderly in the City Centre.
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Emergency services respond after man falls from cliff near Garrestown
It's understood the alarm was raised shortly before 5pm this evening after a man fell from a cliff near a walkway in Garretstown.
Cork gym says those in the industry will move back online as Level 5 sees a surge in last minute appointments
Retailers across Cork say they've been very busy today with people picking up last-minute items before a six-week lockdown comes into effect tomorrow at midnight.
Save Cork City speak out to RedFM News after OPW Minister appeals to group to withdraw objections
The Save Cork City Group say it's very unfair the finger of blame is being pointed at the campaign group following severe flooding in the city this morning.
Flood waters recede in the city but traders left reeling as OPW Minister stresses urgency of flood relief scheme
The OPW Minister has pleaded with those objecting to the Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme to withdraw their objections.
Amount Of People Who Can Attend Funerals Set To Increased After Cabinet Decision
Under level 5 restrictions it was due to be just 10 people - but will now be increased to 25, in line with weddings.
OPW Minister Calls On Save Cork City To Withdraw Objections To Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme
Patrick O'Donovan was in the city today following this morning's flood