The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
The National Public Health Emergency Team will meet this morning to consider what counties should move from level two restrictions to level three.
There will be about 7,000 fewer homes built this year than had been expected before the pandemic.
Cork and Dublin are the hardest hit by the slowdown in the construction sector, particularly during the lockdown.
Former Vita Cortex workers will be joining ex-Debenhams employees for a rally in the city later.
The Pandemic Unemployment Payment is being cut from today.
PUP will move from two rates of payment to three rates, which will see some people lose 100 euro a week.
More from Cork
Further Meetings To Take Place Around The Operation Of The Wage Subsidy Scheme At Aer Lingus
They will take place later in the week
Taxi Drivers Say Their Voices Are The Last To Be Heard When It Comes To Transport
Up to 500 taxi drivers staged a demonstration in the city this morning
Debenhams Workers Occupying Waterford Store Say They Will Stay For As Long As Possible
They entered the store this morning
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
UCC Student Union Defends Virtual Freshers Week
They say all events are in full compliance with public health guidelines
The Mortgage Payment Break Scheme Will Not Be Extended
Banks will continue offering payment breaks on a case by case basis only