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Two men have been arrested following the seizure of over 70-thousand euro of suspected heroin and crack cocaine on the northside of the city.
Gardaí attached to the Divisional Drugs Unit in Anglesea Street apprehended the men, after stopping a car on Redemption Road before half six yesterday evening.
The family of Frankie Dunne have described him as a loving father, grandfather, uncle and friend.
A victim impact statement was read out at Cork Central Criminal court yesterday after Ionut Cosmin Nicolescu was found guilty of murdering the father of three at a derelict house in the city in December 2019.
The eviction ban has ended.
The move comes despite repeated warnings from housing organisations that it could lead to a surge in homelessness – something the government rejects.
Around 2,600 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer in Ireland every year.
It’s the second most common invasive cancer in men and third in women, with people over 60 the most at risk.
Today marks the start of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month which aims to make people aware of the signs and symptoms.