A Worse-Case Scenario Brexit Deal Could Cost The Irish Economy 18 Billion Euro
That's according to an independent report commissioned by the government which was considered by the cabinet this morning.
The report says Brexit could have an impact on peoples wages and risks possible job losses in key sectors.
Business Minister Heather Humphreys says they're making efforts to mitigate the damage, but there are risks:
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The Ireland 2040 Plan Has The Potential To Create Thousands Of Construction Jobs In Cork
That's according to the Construction Industry Federation, who are welcoming the investment and commitment to projects in the city and county.
Heavy Investment In Public Transport, Particularly Buses, Will Be Seen In The Coming Years In Cork
That's according to Tanáiste Simon Coveney who was speaking after the unveiling of the National Planning Framework last week.
Cork County Council Are Inundated By Complaints Of Noise Pollution
Residents across Cork have complained of sleep deprivation, stress and mental health issues caused by the problem.
643 Patients Are On Trolleys In Hospitals Across The Country Today
According to the INMO, the worst affected is Cork University Hospital where 59 patients are waiting for beds.
The Taoiseach Will Meet Sinn Féin Leader Mary Lou McDonald Today
The meeting follows the collapse of power-sharing talks in the North last week.
Cork Will Be Ready For Infrastructural Projects That Are In The Pipeline For The City And County
That's according to Tanáiste Simon Coveney who was grilled in the city centre this morning about some of the measures announced in the National Planning Framework.