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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
NPHET will meet later to discuss the deteriorating Covid-19 situation in the country's hospitals.
Latest figures show there are 1,770 patients with the virus in hospitals, which includes 176 in ICU.
A medical expert claims the country's Covid-19 vaccine programme is 'unambitious' - with only 'a trickle' of doses arriving.
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly says up to 2.2 million people could be vaccinated by the end of June.
Last night's Fianna Fáil parliamentary party meeting heard calls for this summer's Leaving Cert to be scrapped.
Donald Trump has made history - becoming the first US President to be impeached twice.
It's now up to the senate to decide whether to convict him - if they do it's likely they will also bar him from ever holding public office again.
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Insurance premiums for businesses could decline this summer according to the Alliance for Insurance reform
The Judicial Council will meet next month to draft guidelines aimed at reducing the high cost of minor injury payouts
Truck drivers are calling for changes to be made to how new Brexit requirements are being processed at ports
A demonstration of more than 50 trucks took place in Dublin today before the Irish Road Haulage Association delivered letters to the Taoiseach and the European Commission outlining its concerns
A man has been jailed for ten and a half years for controlling his ex-girlfriend and subjecting her to twenty months of fear and violence
One of the country's most senior gardaí has thanked the woman for her courage in helping to bring her violent and controlling ex-boyfriend to justice
The number of women screened by CervicalCheck decreased by over a third last year
The service stopped last March due to the first lockdown and didn't resume until July
Affordable Housing Bill published
The Government has published the Affordable Housing Bill.
People are being asked to send a virtual hug to loved ones on National Hugging Day
6 year-old Adam King from Killeagh is leading the way with the initiative