The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
The Taoiseach and a group of senior ministers will meet today to consider whether to move the country to level five restrictions.
The National Public Health Emergency Team has recommended every county moves to that level, which would force everyone to stay within 5 kilometres of their home.
Over twice as many healthcare workers tested positive for Covid-19 in the last two weeks as the previous fortnight.
Tusla overspent its budget by 8.5 million euro in the first six months of this year.
Almost 400 million was spent by June, compared to its budget of just over 391 million.
An Irish MEP's accusing the British Prime Minister of 'brinkmanship' over a post-Brexit trade deal.
It's after Boris Johnson said trade talks with the European Union 'are over' and it's time to prepare for a no-deal scenario.
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Cork hospital leads the way in navigating challenges surrounding visitors to the hospital
Management at the South Infirmary hospital has developed a system to allow patients in the hospital to have visitors by using a new tech solution to manage appointments.
Ulster Bank says no decision has been taken yet on whether its Irish operations will be wound down
The Finance Minister says he's concerned about the ongoing speculation about the bank's future.
Mayors Of Cork City, Cork County And Kerry Appeal For People To Curb Spread Of Covid
There have been almost 4,100 cases of the virus in the city and county and 800 cases in Kerry.
Gardaí Will Only Be Able To Issue Fines To Someone For Having A House Party If They Answer The Door
That's according to the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors.
Country's Oldest And Youngest Filmmakers Honoured At The 8th IndieCork Film Festival
86 year old Magaretta D'Arcy and 16 year old Michael Keane from Cobh were both awarded the Spirit of IndieCork Awards.
Calls Made For People To Shop Local Online In The Coming Weeks
Traders face another period of closure as Level 5 restrictions kick in tonight, while some have been left reeling after a severe flooding event in the city yesterday.