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January 7th 2021

In News – US President says there will be an orderly transition of power on January 20th despite protests in Washington and teachers and students say plans to open schools for Leaving Cert students are not feasible.

In Sport – Manchester City have booked their place in April’s Carabao Cup final and the PGA Tour resumes today with the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Maui.

The Neil Prendeville show- Leaving Cert student Padraig told Neil that he will be refusing to go to school on Monday following the news that exam students will attend school three days per week.

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January 6th 2021

In News – The Cabinet is to sign off on the closure of schools and construction sites until the end of the month and Gardaí are consulting missing person files to try to identify the partial remains found outside Midleton on Tuesday night.

In sport – Tottenham Hotspur beat Brentford 2-0 in last night’s Carabao Cup semi-final at White Hart Lane, they’ll will play either Manchester United or Manchester City in April’s final.

Manchester City legend Colin Bell died yesterday following a short illness, Bell made nearly 500 appearances for City and its expected that tributes will be paid to him at tonight’s game in Old Trafford.

On the Neil Prendeville show – Paramdeic Paudie Dineen spoke to Neil about hanging up his High-Viz  for the last time last week after 26 years’ service.

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January 5th 2021

In News- We should know by tomorrow whether children will be going back to school on Monday, and the government here has been criticised for a delay in the roll out of the vaccine in care homes.
In sport – Tottenham and Brentford meet in the semi-final of the Carabao Cup tonight and GAA Inter county training is set to be pushed back until the start of February at the earliest.
On the Neil Prendeville show-  Secondary School teacher Graham spoke to Neil about the delay in making a decision on the closing of Schools

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January 4th 2021

In News – Health officials are warning that hospitals may struggle to deal with the increase in people presenting with Covid 19 and Micheál Martin says he fully intends to lead his party into the next General Election.

In sport – Frank Lampard says he can’t be distracted by talk about his future as Chelsea Manager, and Liverpool can open a 3-point lead at the top of the table this evening away to Southampton.

On the Neil Prendeville show – Fr Tim Hazelwood spoke to Neil regarding a mock RTÉ report which accused God of sexual abuse.

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December 24th 2020

In News – The National Public Health Emergency Team is advising the government to shut all non-essential retail from St Stephens’s Day, and EU and UK officials are set to announce a Brexit trade deal later this morning, four and a half years after 51.9% of Britons voted to leave Europe.

In sport – Victory for Cork at home in the u20 Munster Hurling Championship final last night against Tipperary on a scoreline of 1-16 to 1-14, a late win for Manchester United guarantees them a place in the league cup semi-final with a 2-0 win over Everton and Munster are to host Leinster in the inter- provincial of the pro 14 on Stephen’s day.

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December 23rd 2020

In News- People are being urged to avoid returning home for Christmas and Ryanair say they want greater concessions from Cork Airport.

In sport- The Munster U20 Championship hurling final takes place tonight with the Rebels at home to Tipperary, in Soccer the league cup final takes place in Goodison Park with Everton taking on Manchester United and Cork City Ladies U17’s face Shamrock Rovers in the National League final in Athlone.

On the Neil Prendeville show – This morning Neil spoke to the mother of a little boy who had written a letter to make sure that Santa and his Elves received the vaccination.

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December 22nd 2020

In News – Chief Medical officer Tony Holohan has warned the Government that level 5 restrictions will be needed this Christmas and the first Covid vaccine has been approved by the European Commission.

In sport – Chelsea moved up to 5th in the Premier League with a 3-0 home win over West ham Last night, Burnley secured a 2-1 win over Wolves and Clare and Kerry in the Munster minor championship final tonight.

On the Neil Prendeville show-with the threat of new restrictions being imposed on restaurants on Christmas Eve, Neil spoke to Bastien at the Imperial Hotel about the affect this will have.

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December 21st 2020

In News – NPHET are urging people to reconsider their Christmas plans if they’ve been socialising over the past few weeks and it looks like the two-day UK travel ban is set to be extended.

In Sport- Cork boss Ephie Fitzgerald says he is incredibly proud of his players after a more experienced Dublin side got the better of the ladies footballers on Sunday and in the Premier League tonight Burnley host Wolves and Chelsea host West Ham.

On the Neil Prendeville Show –  Gardai had to step in and break up a ‘Car Meet’ in Little Island on Saturday night where around 250 cars gathered.

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December 18th 2020

In News – The Government will consider increasing restrictions before the New Year due to the rise in Covid cases and Joanne Hayes and her family will receive around €2.5 million and an apology over the state’s handling of the Kerry babies scandal.

In sport- The Munster Football Association say they are still committed to League of Ireland Football at Turners Cross, Manchester United are 5 points off the top of the Premier League, and Cork’s Ciarán Teehan is in action against Wayne Jones in the World Darts Championship.

On the Neil Prendeville show – Annette got the last of her packages from DPD for Christmas. She said the driver James is brilliant.

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December 17th 2020

In News – NPHET are meeting today to discuss the rise in Covid-19 cases around the country and Richard Boyd Barret is challenging Taoiseach Micheál Martin over whether the Irish Banks were bailed out during the last recession.

In sport – Jose Mourinho says the better team lost with Tottenham being beaten 2-1 by Liverpool, Cork’s Conor McCarthy brings an end to Rangers unbeaten run, and it’s an All Ireland affair in theWorld Darts Championship with Willie O’ Connor facing Daryl Gurney.

On the Neil Prendeville show – Karen is looking to trace a girl who came to her aid in town on Wednesday morning. At 25 weeks pregnant, Karen was shopping on Opera Lane with her 2 year old when she had a dizzy spell.

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December 16th 2020

In News- Homes and businesses in Cork city had a lucky escape from the flooding this morning and former Debenhams workers say they have been effectively offered nothing in their long running dispute over redundancies.

In sport- The Cork minor footballers were beaten by Kerry after extra time in the Kingdom, the Cork U20 hurling team will face Tipperary in the Munster final, all the premier league action and Co.Meath teenager Cian Barry exits the World Darts Championship.

On the Neil Prendeville show- Ciara has been asked to leave the Simon Community today. She is in total shock. She has all her stuff and nowhere to go 10 days before Christmas.

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December 15th 2020

In News- A report detailing how the Covid vaccines will be secured, transported, stored and delivered will be published later this afternoon and students at GMIT will receive apologies after being insulted by members of staff following a virtual presentation on Zoom.

In sport- The reigning All-Ireland champions the Cork Minor Footballers are in action against Kerry tonight in the semi final in Tralee at 7 PM, Waterford face Tipperary in the u20 Munster Hurling championship also at 7 and the world darts championship is taking place tonight with Co. Meath teenager Cian Barry taking on Canada’s Jeff Smith.

On the Neil Prendeville show- Neil spoke to Madeline Whelan ex-Debenhams worker. She worked in the Patrick St store for 30 years Today marks the 250th day of the Debenhams dispute.

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December 14th 2020

In News- Deputy Chief Medical Officer Ronan Glynn is assuring members of the public that efforts to produce a Covid 19 vaccine have not been rushed and a significant risk of flooding in Cork City on Wednesday morning.

In sport- Limerick manager John Kiely talks about how fortunate he feels about inter county hurling games going ahead, with Limerick being crowned 2020 All-Ireland Senior Hurling champions on Sunday and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the return of fans wasa factor in their surprise 1-1 draw at Fulham.

On the Neil Prendeville show- Neil discussed the ‘9 euro meal’ requirement in pubs and how some pubs across the country were offering to donate the 9 euro to charity.

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December 11th 2020

In News- A woman in her 60’s died after being hit by a truck outside Mayfield business park on Thursday evening and the Government have been criticised for spending millions on advisers.

In sport – Dundalk ended their Europa league campaign with a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal in the Aviva, Leeds host West Ham in the Premier League tonight and in Rugby Ulster start the new Champions Cup season against Toulouse with kick off at 8PM.
On the Neil Prendeville show-Caller Marion tells Neil about how she normally spreads some festive cheer dressing up at Penny Dinners but isn’t able to this year due to Covid.

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December 10th 2020

In News- The number of Covid 19 cases in Ireland are falling but NPHET has raised concerns over the number of ICU admissions and EU and UK negotiators have until next Sunday to reach a Brexit deal.

In Sport- Cork’s Caoimhín Kelleher performs well once again for Liverpool in their 1-1 draw with Midtjylland in the Champions League and Manchester City win 3-0 at home to Marseille, Dundalk’s Europa league campaign comes to a close tonight and Italian soccer legend Paolo Rossi sadly passed away at the age of 64.
On the Neil Prendeville Show, caller Gavin told how he failed his NCT because his number plate had the name of the garage he purchased the car from on it. The car had previously passed two other NCTs.

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December 9th 2020

In News- A man is due in court in Mallow after over fraudulent Pandemic Unemployment payments and Penny Dinners are appealing for the public to donate a dinner this Christmas.

In sport- Manchester United have been knocked out of the league, Cork’s Caoimhín Kelleher to start in goal tonight as Liverpool play away to Midtjylland’s and the Republic of Ireland will begin their worldcup qualifying campaign away to Serbia in March.

On the Neil Prendeville show- caller Michelle’s motherhad her trolley stolen yesterday in a Cork city supermarket. Her mum was left distraught.

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December 8th 2020

In News- The first covid 19 vaccine was given to a 90 year old Irish woman living in the UK and there are signs that the EU and the UK are ready to sign a Brexit agreement.

In sport- Cork Ladies Football manager Ephie Fitzgerald says he would like to see the Ladies Football Association under the umbrella of the GAA, Cork dual star Aiden Walsh has called time on his Inter-county career and Manchester United need just a point away to RB Leipzig to secure a place in the last 16 of the Champions League and the World Rugby’s team of the decade has been named.
On the Neil Prendeville show-  Debbie spoke to Neil about her Christmas presents ending up in the wrong car.

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December 7th 2020

In News- The Government says a Covid 19 vaccine could be rolled out in Ireland early in the New Year and the hospitality sector could suffer over a lack of staff.

In Sport- Cork Senior Ladies Footballers have secured a place in the All- Ireland final against Dublin and Cork Goalkeeper Anthony Nash has announced his retirement from inter- county hurling.

On the Neil Prendeville show- Kevin spoke to Neil about Amazon’s Alexa banning The Pogues ‘Fairytale of New York’ over its explicit lyrics.

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December 4th 2020

In News- There were celebrations at the Spar shop in Mount Oval after they sold a winning €10.8 million National Lottery ticket and there’s hope on the horizon for 135 Ryanair employees as we hear from Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary.

In sport- Dundalk lose out in the Europa League qualifiers and Ireland’s rugby squad make their final preparations for their clash with Scotland in Dublin.

On the Neil Prendeville show Sandra was in the city Wednesday night for the Christmas lights and told Neil about coming across a man in difficultyon his way to the Simon Community.

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December 3rd 2020

In News- NPHET meet today to discuss plans to vaccinate the population against Covid 19 and Sinn Féin criticise the Government for voting against a motion calling for student nurses and midwives to be paid the same rate as healthcare assistants.

In sport- Manchester United lose  3-1 to Paris Saint Jermain in the Champions league, Dundalk’s Europa League journey continues tonight and in GAA Shane Fives is fit to start for Waterford for their All Ireland Senior hurling final against Limerick.

On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke with Peter who is looking for information on his mother Josephine from Midleton who spent time in Bessborough. She had Peter in a mother and baby home in Dublin. He told Neil his mother was committed to Our Lady’s Lunatic Asylum in Cork. She had mild epilepsy and died on 7/12/67.

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December 2nd 2020

In News- Public health experts say that Ireland should consider reintroducing compulsory quarantining for people flying into the country and the Government are to put raising of the pension age on hold.

In sport- Cork Goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher had a big role to play as Liverpool qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League on Tuesday night and Wednesday nights biggest games.

On the Neil Prendeville show- Chris Crowley, the manager of The Anglers Bar and Restaurant in Carrigrohane spoke to Neil after they were inundated with 600 email bookings for their reopening.

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1st December 2020

In News- Shops, gyms, hairdressers and places of worship are all set to open today as level 5 restrictions are lifted, and almost 500 jobs are at risk in Ireland after Topshop owner Arcadia went into administration.

In sport- West Ham Utd’s win over Aston Villa last night has been them move up on the Premier League table while Fulham have moved out of the bottom 3. Tonight Liverpool face Ajax, whilstMan city face Porto in the Champions League.

On the Neil Prendeville Show- Seamus Whelehan was out in Corkcity for the show this morning as Ireland moved into Level 3 allowing manybusinesses and retail units to reopen their doors to the public.

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November 30th 2020

In News- There are fears for hundreds of jobs in Cork as Topshop’s parent company Arcadia is on the brink of administration and its hoped that healthcare workers and those with special conditions can receive a Covid 19 vaccine in the 2021.

In sport- The All Ireland Senior hurling championship final will be a Munster affair with Waterford facing Limerick, and in the premier league tonight it’s Leicester vs Fulham and West Ham vs Aston Villa.

 On the Neil Prendeville show- ‘Brexit could mean a shortage of chips in our chippers!’

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November 27th 2020

In News- Restaurants and Gastro pubs are set to open in December despite NPHET advice.. The principal of a Glanmire primary school says an outbreak of Covid 19 at the school could have been avoided and Gardai are investigating the death of a man in an industrial accident on the northside of Cork City.

In sport- Ireland head coach Andy Farrell says Cork Con’s Shane Daly is more than deserving of his first cap against Georgia on Sunday, Diego Maradona has been laid to rest in a private ceremony in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires and Cork teenager Aaron Hill is out of the UK championship.

On the Neil Prendeville show ‘Diana and Aidan Pinto in Midleton are off to Dublin today as Aidan is making an appearance on The Late Late Toy Show. He is a toy tester for this year’s show and he will be showing some toys and a Thomas The Tank Engine.

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November 26th 2020

In News- The cabinet sub-committee will meet this evening to finalise plans for Ireland’s exit from level 5 next week and Cork GAA Hope to raise 5 million euro in revenue in the next 5 years with the ‘One Cork plan’.

In sport- Liverpool captain Graham Souness remembers Argentinian soccer player Diego Maradona,, in the Europa league Dundalk are looking to claim their first point of the season tonight and in snooker Cork’s Aaron Hill is in action in the first round of the UK championship.
On the Neil Prendeville show- Fergal from Origin Hair Design says 95% of salons will open on the 1st of December as hairdressers have been closed now for 21 weeks of the year & they need to make that up.

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November 25th 2020

In News- NPHET is to make recommendations on reducing restrictions in Ireland and a Carlow school was forced to apologise after female students were told not to wear tight fitting clothes in PE as it’s seen as distracting to staff.

In sport- Dundalk’s Jordan Flores has been nominated for FIFA’s  Puskás award, Liverpool and Man city are both  in Champions League tonight and Sligo Rovers face Derry City in their FAI Cup quarter final clash .
On the Neil Prendeville show- Bridget O’Donnell, associate solicitor at Cantillon’s Solicitors on the South Mall, spoke to Neil about the impact of working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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November 24th 2020

In News – Exiting level 5 is top of the Government’s agenda today and a private members motion on funding for greyhound racing comes before the Dáil this week.

In sport- Tonight’s Champions league fixtures and Mickey Harte is to take over as Louth senior football manager. 
On the Neil Prendeville show senior counsellor Michael Guerin Cuan Mhuire Centre in Bruree about a 50% increase in demand for addiction treatment services. 

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November 23rd 2020

In News – The government is meeting today to discuss the easing of Level 5 restrictions and the Vintners Association of Ireland are calling for all pubs to be allowed to re-open.

In Sport – Cork Senior football manager Ronan McCarthy is to take some time to decide whether he will stay in charge after Cork’s defeat to Tipperary yesterday. A round up of today’s Premier League fixtures and Munster to face Glasgow warriors in the Pro14 with kickoff at 8.15.

In the Neil Prendeville Show – Ali Hamou spoke to Neil this morning about the anti-social behaviour on Grand Parade Saturday night while out working and volunteering. He said there were large crowds and Gardaí were chasing a group of teens. He videoed the street on Saturday night on social media.


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November 20th 2020

In news – NPHET is encouraging the public to continue their efforts to suppress Covid 19 and there are calls for the Government to update the law after explicit images of women and girls were published online without consent.

In sport- Cork’s Séan Powter to be ruled out of action for the the Rebel’s Munster football final against Tipperary and a pre-match video shown to the Republic of Ireland squad before their defeat to England is being investigated.
On the Neil Prendeville show, Neil spoke about the new PS5’s being sold on at two and three times their original price.

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November 19th 2020

In News – Weekly addiction meetings are saving lives at Cork’s Penny Dinners and the Government have announced a financial package for Fota Wildlife park.

In sport- Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny insists there’s plenty to be positive about despite another frustrating Nations League game.

On the Neil Prendeville show the arrival of the first PS5s to Ireland was causing concern that there might not be enough consoles available in the run up for Christmas.

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November 18th 2020

In News – Tragedy in Cork as a 13 year old student dies after being struck by a truck on Sheare’s St. and Cork chamber has welcomed the ruling in favour of the M28 Ringaskiddy motorway but locals feel differently. 

In sport- The Republic of Ireland are going in search of their first win under new manager Stephen Kenny without 14 players and the Ireland U21’s are away to Luxembourg this afternoon.
On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke to Cora who’s stepmother was jailed for 2 years after treating her like a ‘modern day Cinderella.’

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November 17th 2020

In News- The Government is to consider introducing fines for people who drink outside and ex- Debenhams workers are looking for public support in their fight for a fair redundancy deal.

In sport- The Republic of Ireland soccer team have no news positive Covid 19 test results ahead of their clash with Bulgaria and Davy Fitzgerald is to stay on as manager for the Wexford Senior hurlers for another season.
On the Neil Prendeville show Donal O’Sullivan from Johno’s in Douglas spoke to Neil about the possibility of new restrictions for takeaway pints.

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November 16th 2020

In news – The Government are to make a decision as to whether people will be able to buy takeaway drinks and the deferred Leaving Cert exams begin this afternoon.

In sport- The Republic of Ireland have recorded 7 games without a win under manager Stephen Kenny, the draw for the All Ireland hurling championship is to take place
and Johnny Sexton and Robbie Henshaw have been ruled out of Ireland’s clash with England in the Autumn Nations Cup.
On the Neil Prendeville show Taoiseach Micheál Martin joined Neil to discuss the problems associated with ‘takeaway pints’ and the congregation of people.

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November 12th 2020

In news – The impact of Covid 19 on Christmas plans and Green party leader Eamon Ryan is to look into the closure of south doc in Blackpool. 

In sport –  The Republic of Ireland’s 3-0 defeat in their friendly against England, today’s fixtures for the US Masters and Ireland are getting their inaugural Autumn Nations Cup campaign underway against Wales.
On the Neil Prendeville show, Neil finds out about scam artists going around selling knives and intimidating the elderly.

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November 12th 2020

In news – Douglas village shopping centre opened this morning for the first time since August 2019 and a jobs boost for Cork as technology company Qualcomm announces a new investment.

In sport-   Cork’s James Sugrue prepares to tee off at the Masters in Augusta and the boys in Green face England in Twickenham in a soccer friendly.
On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke to Councillor Shane O’Callaghan about the proposals for new Statues on Patrick Street.


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November 11th 2020

In News- 600,000 doses of the flu vaccine can’t be located with the HSE suspending distribution of the vaccine until they find out what happened and Douglas village shopping centre is set to re-open after a fire in 2019.
In sports- The Munster football final is set to be held in  Páirc Uí Chaoimh,  a Republic of Ireland player tested positive for Covid 19 and Corks James Sugrue is set to tee off in the US Masters.
On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke to Bartosz Mieszala, the manager of Douglas Court Shopping Centre about the re-opening on Thursday.

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November 10th 2020

In news – Health officials have given a cautious welcome to a Covid 19 vaccine and the postponed Leaving Cert is to go ahead next week.

In sport- Cork City’s disappointing end to the season leads to the question of who will take over next year?
On the Neil Prendeville show – Neil speaks to Kevin who saved a woman’s life on George’s Quay on Friday night.


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November 9th 2020

In News- The latest report shows the cost of rent in Cork city is up 5%  and Leo Varadkar is expected to survive a vote of no confidence this week after the motion was put forward by Sinn Féin.

In sport- Cork Senior footballer manager Ronan McCarthy reacts to their first championship win since 2012 over old rivals Kerry.
On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke to Mick about his sister’s issue with her mortgage after she was laid off from Debenham’s in March.

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November 6th 2020

In news – Gardai are renewing their appeal for members of the public to come forward with any information relating to the murder of Gussie Hornibrook in 2007 and the battle for the US Presidency continues.
In sport – The Cork team to face Kerry on Sunday has been named  while  and Southampton are hoping to go top of the Premier League.
On the Neil Prendeville show John spoke to Neil about the murder of his uncle Gussie Hornibrook 13 years ago.

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November 5th 2020

In News – Attention has be turned to Micheál Martin’s handling of the GP contract leak controversy and Joe Biden is edging ever closer to winning the White House despite Donald Trump threatening to take legal action.

In sport- Ireland boss Andy Farrell has named his squad for the Nations Cup and Dundalk’s Europa league group campaign continues away to rapid Vienna on Thursday night.
On the Neil Prendeville show Neil spoke to Alice whose daughter travels to CIT by bus and faced confrontation by a bus driver as a result of not having change for the bus.

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November 4th 2020

In News – American President  Donald Trump is to go to the US supreme court as counting of votes continues on the US election and CUMH are to be fined after a major data breach after the information of 78 patients were found at a recycling facility.
In sport – Sligo’s footballers are the first team forced to give a walkover due to Covid 19, with no plans for a rescheduled fixture against Galway. In ladies football Cork take on Kerry in the TG4 All-IreIand Championship in Austin stack’s park in Tralee next Saturday and there’s updates on the Champions League.
On the Neil Prendeville show NeiI speaks to Paul Byrne about a case before the courts that saw a 72 year old woman who was scammed out of over €20,000

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November 3rd 2020

In news- Senior News Reporter Fiona O’ Donavan met with Cork businesses who are finding new and innovative ways to keep their head above water and also in news the Chief Medical Officer is to brief the transport committee today on the possibility of opening up the country to international travel.

In sport- A number of Sligo GAA players have tested positive for covid ahead of their clash next Saturday in the semi final of the Connacht Senior football championship and Man City and Liverpool are looking to make it 3 wins from 3 in the Champions League.

On the Neil Prendeville Show the Gabbie Cabbie – Peter Franklin spoke to Neil ahead of Tuesday tonight’s Presidential race between Trump and Biden.

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November 2nd 2020

In News – The political fallout after Leo Varadkar shared a proposed contract with the National Association of Practitioners, and Ireland is continuing to make good progress in reducing the spread of Covid 19 with the incident rate falling for the 6th day in a row.

In sport – Cork will face Dublin in the first round of the hurling qualifiers with Laois taking on Clare in the other tie, while Tipperary and Wexford have received buys into the 2nd round. We also catch up with the Premier League and Pro 14 Rugby and Neil Prendeville speaks to Ernest Cantillon owner of Sober lane about how business is better than ever for him now despite level 5 restrictions.

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October 30th 2020

In News – Cork’s RedFM has teamed up with Breakthrough Cancer Research for the launch of their ‘Buy Back Time’ campaign. Cancer survivor Liz Muldoon spoke about how the service helped her. Health experts are also urging people to stay the course as the number of daily cases of Covid-19 decrease.

In Sport – A good effort from Dundalk against Arsenal in the Europa League qualifiers and updates from the Premier League and the US PGA Tour. Neil Prendeville also talks to Paul Byrne about an assault on an elderly man in Ballincollig.

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October 29th 2020

In News – Cork is left reeling from Ryanair’s decision to ground flights out of the airport for four weeks from November 14th through to December 12th, and “Indiependence” music festival announce an end to their association with Mitchelstown after 15 years.

In Sport – Cork City FC club supporters trust vote to sell the club to UK billionaire Trevor Hemmings, a tough Europa league game for Dundalk as they face Arsenal in London tonight and Neil Prendeville talks to Joan McDermott about her experience at the Bessborough Mother and Baby home

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October 28th 2020

In News – An investigation is continuing into an apparent murder/suicide at a farmhouse on the outskirts of Kanturk, and a warning from Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan after a drop in the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19

In Sport – Cobh Ramblers miss out on a place in the SSE Airtricity League playoffs,Drogheda United win the first division title, and Neil Prendeville talks to Ian Bailey about the State’s decision not to challenge a ruling not to extraditehim to France

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October 27th 2020

In News – Tragedy in Kanturk after an apparent murder suicide at a farmhouse on the outskirts of the town at Assolas and West Cork TD Holly Cairns tells us why she is welcoming the President’s signing of a bill into law on the sealing of documents relating to Mother and Baby homes.
In Sport – Cobh Ramblers are looking to secure a place in the playoffs with a win over Shamrock Rovers, Liverpool and Man City seek back to back wins in the Champions League and Neil Prendeville talks to Barry Roche Southern Correspondent with the Irish Times about the incident in Kanturk

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October 23rd 2020

In news – The closure of a number of schools due to a hand sanitiser brand being recalled and despite not having to close their doors businesses in the city are still feeling a decline in footfall. In sport – Ireland’s women’s soccer team to face Ukraine is named,with a draw being enough to ensure them qualification for Euro 2022 and Neil Prendeville talks about a fire drill in a Cork secondary school with over 1000 students.

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October 22nd 2020

In news – coping with day one of level 5 and the impact it will have on Cork businesses. In sport – Dundalk are back in Europa league action and Liverpool are off to a winning start in the Champions League and Neil Prendeville talks about Garda checkpoints causing major traffic delays on the first day of level 5 restrictions.

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October 21st 2020

In news fines for house parties during level 5 and preventing flooding in Cork City were the biggest stories in Cork on Wednesday. In sport what Gaelic Games can continue under the new restrictions and Neil Prendeville discusses the closure of gyms under level 5.

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October 15th 2020

5 of the biggest stories from Cork on Thursday 15th October 2020. Further restrictions in the fight against Covid 19, the impact of Covid on sport and Neil Prendeville speaks to Kevin Cullinane over fears for the future or Cork Airport.



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