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The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork


Talks on post-Brexit trading arrangements in the North are being described as ‘a very positive development’.

That’s the reaction of Green Party MEP Ciaran Cuffe to yesterday’s talks between the British Prime Minister and European Commission President.

However, former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apparently warned that dropping the Northern Ireland Protocol would be a “great mistake”.


Sinn Fein is still the most popular party in the country, but has lost some support.

A new poll from the Sunday Times shows Mary Lou McDonald’s party is on 31 per cent – down 3 points.


UNICEF has described the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria as a “disaster of historic proportions.”

It has been 13 days since the 7.8 magnitude quake struck, killing almost 44-thousand people.


Health officials have warned not to touch dead or sick birds after a viral disease was found in black-headed seagulls in Limerick.

The Department of Public Health says there has been no known contact between the public and birds with avian influenza.


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