The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
The head of the HSE, Paul Reid, says a drop in the positivity rate of people with Covid-19 gives hope for the future.
In the last seven days, the rate of those testing positive has declined from 8.9 to 5.8 percent.
It comes as 7 more people with the virus have died and there has been 777 new cases - 41 of those in Cork.
A man who was arrested by Gardai after they found a child, aged 10, driving a mini-scrambler motorbike dangerously around a public green in Cork, has been released.
The incident happened at around 5.30pm on Thursday evening when officers responded to a complaint that the bike was being driven unsafely at a park in Fairhill.
A status yellow windfall warning remains in place in Cork until 10 o'clock this morning.
Cork's winter swimmers are being warned to exercise with caution if they're taking to the sea this October Bank Holiday.
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Female Students At Presentation College Carlow Told They Cannot Wear Tight Clothing
Parents want the school to apologise following the request
Irish Water Has Submitted A Planning Application To Build A New Sewerage Scheme In The Whitegate/Aghada Area
The application has been filed to the County Council
Medicinal Cannabis Campaigners Want The HSE To Continue To Deliver The Medication After Covid-19 Restrictions Lapse
Usually around 40 patients have to travel to the Netherlands themselves to pick up the drug, however the health service has stepped in during the pandemic
The Social Democrats Have Called For The De-Funding Of The Greyhound Industry By 2025
The party has brought a motion calling for a planned increase in state funding to the industry to be set aside
Missing Section Of Footpath Close To Crosshaven Primary School Is 'Accident Waiting To Happen'
That's the warning from Cllr Audrey Buckley who is calling for the construction of a section of footpath outside Templebreedy Church as a matter of urgency.
Cope Foundation launches its Christmas appeal to raise funds
The funds will be used to purchase more technology in order to keep their residents connected during the pandemic