The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now

The main stories making the headlines across Cork

  • The HSE received over €5.2 million in income from its public hospital car parks last year. 

    Nearly €1.3 million was collected in Cork University Hospital. 

  • The National Public Health Emergency Team will discuss a link between very rare blood clotting and the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine when it meets later.

    The European Medicines Agency has said it should be listed as a possible side effect, however stressed the benefits of the injection continues to outweigh the risk.

  • Tom and Molly Martens have been released from prison in the US after being granted bail.

    The father and daughter were freed last night after posting bond of $200,000.

  • Police, a bus driver and a journalist were attaked as further violence erupted in loyalist parts of Northern Ireland last night.

    A bus was hijacked and attacked with petrol bombs in Belfast, an incident branded "attempted murder" by First Minister Arlene Foster.

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