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  • Buildings and cars damaged by flooding in Cork city
  • Cork floods: Motorists asked to avoid city centre
  • Cork floods: Motorists asked to avoid city centre; Bantry town flooded
  • Update on cycle lanes, bike racks and cycle protection coming on stream in Cork City
  • Ronan McCarthy aims for Cork to end league with perfect record after five-goal blast
  • 'You'd be forgiven for thinking we all want to pack it in but I don't, I want to fight it out'
  • Montenotte Hotel is named Cork's Digital Titan
  • Trial of Cork woman accused of husband's murder hears he was stabbed 28 times
  • Cork businesswoman appointed to senior UN role
  • Public health experts ask for redoubling of efforts amid warning Cork at 'critical juncture'
  • Cork market and deli tastes global boom in lockdown
  • Offshore wind energy firm relocates HQ to Cork
  • 'We're not going away' - Vita Cortex workers join Debenhams staff at Cork rally
  • First recruitment drive for firefighters launched in Cork city since 2012
  • Update: An Post announces emergency arrangements after fire guts Cork post office
  • Vigil held over planned closure of Cork city care home
  • Two killed as car veers off mountain road and crashes into swollen stream
  • Two people die after car enters water in west Cork
  • Three injured, one critical, after Adrigole road accident
  • Pensioner arrested as man, 50s, rushed to hospital after stabbing in Cork city