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Man whose wife died after heart attack while pregnant awarded €1.25m
  • Man whose wife died after heart attack while pregnant awarded €1.25m
  • One particular 11km stretch taking over an hour to get through as Cork sees long traffic delays
  • Great re-opening will be 'one step at a time', says Taoiseach
  • Economy to re-open 'one step at a time' - Taoiseach
  • Varonis Systems to create 60 jobs in Cork
  • Charity funded AED used to save a life in Cork city over weekend
  • Hands of Hope launched to showcase opportunities for Cork workers with intellectual disabilities and autism
  • Taoiseach Micheál Martin and Lord Mayor of Cork launch “Hands of Hope” initiative
  • 'Cork should be building thousands of apartments': Calls for apartment underdevelopment to be tackled following ...
  • Peloton weighs plan for up to 700 workers in Cork
  • Man (23) tragically killed after falling down cliff blow-hole in Cork
  • Former scout leader pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 10 boys over two decades
  • HSE opens two more walk-in Covid test centres
  • Revenue seize €20k worth of cannabis in Cork and 9000 cigarettes in Dublin Airport
  • Cork school shares throwback photo of two 'incredibly talented' star past pupils
  • Gardaí investigate criminal damage in Cork town after rocks thrown at homes and cars
  • AIB issue urgent warning as scammers targeting customers with texts
  • Protest to take place in Cork against Covid-19 lockdown
  • Businesses prepare for trouble at Cork City anti-lockdown protest as Coveney urges public not to attend
  • Policing plan for Cork protest to be 'showcase' ahead of St Patrick's Day event