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Management at Páirc Uí Chaoimh are asking people to judge a controversial planning application on it’s merits.

Locals living close to the stadium are opposed to plans for new car parks at either end of the all-weather 4G pitch and submitted a 25 page objection to the plans on Tuesday.

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It’s believed NPHET’s recommending Covid-19 related restrictions should be lifted in as little as six weeks’ time.

Following a meeting yesterday, it’s understood public health officials are recommending the government introduce a ‘personal responsibility’ model.

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Patients at a Cork mental health unit had their rooms locked by day.

An inspection by the Mental Health Commission of St Catherine’s Ward located on the grounds of St Finbarr’s Hospital recorded 10 non-compliances.

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Students at UCC will have shorter lectures and will face capacity restrictions in teaching spaces under new
“return-to-campus” protocols.

UCC president Prof John O’Halloran outlined the measures for the new academic year in an email to students on Wednesday.


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