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The main stories making the headlines across Cork
59-year olds can register for a Covid-19 vaccine from this morning.
Latest figures show more than 1.5 million jabs have been administered in Ireland up to Saturday, including 1.1 million first doses.
Council engineers are expected to inspect a site in Knocknaheeny today after part of a house under construction collapsed.
A section of wall, scaffolding and part of a roof collapsed onto neighbouring properties in Dunmore Gardens yesterday due to high winds.
550 network technicians at ESB have begun a two day all-out strike -- saying they're not being properly consulted about the outsourcing of their work.
Irish Rail has resumed a full weekday timetable for the first time in four months.
The measures was introduced to tackle the spread of Covid-19 nationally.
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First digital aerial ecology survey of Irish coastal waters to begin as a specialist plane arrived into Cork Airport
The €1.5 million twin-engine Diamond Air DA42 aircraft will be used to survey thousands of square miles of ocean
UCC to sell pieces of Old Bar flooring
UCC's idea to sell limited edition pieces of flooring from former on-campus bar has taken off.
120 new jobs have been announced by a Cork consultancy firm
The Mackin Group, which is a leading provider of business services, has today announced the creation of 120 jobs over the next 18 months.
Study shows vast majority of workers in favour of remote working
95% of workers are in favour of a form of remote working.
City and County Councillors set for pay rise
City and county councillors are in line for a 47% pay rise in six weeks' time.
Proposals to restrict block buying of housing developments to go before cabinet
Proposals to restrict investment funds block buying new housing developments will go before cabinet ministers this morning.