The top four things you need to know – Wednesday January 19th
30,000 vehicles per day use the N25 at Carrigtwohill and the County Council says a decision not to allocate funds for a major upgrade of the road is a “mistake”
Transport Infrastructure Ireland has confirmed that work on the upgrade project between Carrigtowhill and Midleton cannot proceed as it hasn’t gotten Government funding this year.
Today’s return of the Dáil will be dominated by statements on ending violence against women.
Sinn Fein has brought the motion in the wake of the murder of Ashling Murphy in Co. Offaly.
The long-delayed flood defence plans for Morrison’s Island in the city are back on the agenda.
Cork City Council has begun the process of forming a panel of contractors who will be invited to tender for the works later in the year.
Dogs will no longer be allowed on Cork’s Blue Flag beaches if they want to maintain the international award.
Only assistance dogs are allowed on the country’s 93 Blue Flag bathing areas under the strict criteria set down by the Foundation for Environmental Education, which issues the awards.