The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
Dublin is expected to move to Level 3 with some additional restrictions later today.
Moving to level 3 restrictions means people won't be allowed to leave the county unless it's for work, education or other essential reasons.
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.
A 39 year old man is due in court in the city today charged in connection with a robbery that left an amputee lying on a street in the city.
The Housing Minister says he's strongly against proposals for a ban on rent increases for three years.
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UPDATE: Ryanair have confirmed that they are grounding flights at Cork Airport from November 14th to December 12th
Cork Airport has described the move as a "body blow" but says they will not be closing as they continue to have two airlines serving three routes
Mandatory Life Sentence Imposed On A Cork Woman Found Guilty Of The Murder Of Her Former Husband
Rita O'Driscoll of Bridge Street, Bandon, who was today found guilty of murdering 44 year old Timmy Foley at Dan Corkery Place, Macroom, on October 8 2018
Gardai are looking to speak to a person in relation the discovery of three bodies in south Dublin
They bodies of a 37-year-old woman, an 11-year-old girl and a six-year-old boy were discovered at the house in Ballinteer
Cork Woman Found Guilty Of The Murder Of Her Former Husband In Macroom In 2018
She's due to be sentenced this hour
Just 9,000 Passengers Expected To Travel Through Cork Airport Next Month
It's a drop of over 160,000 passengers compared to the same time last year.
BREAKING: Fresh fears for Cork Airport as Ryanair to ground flights out of Cork for four weeks
Aer Lingus has also announced that it's to reduce it's frequency on the Cork/Heathrow route