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The funerals of the priest and bus driver who were killed in a crash in Monkstown on Tuesday will take place today.
72 year old Fr Con Cronin died when he was hit by a bus that veered out of control.
51 year old Mark Wills from Ballincollig had a suspected heart attack behind the wheel.
Up to 200 people are expected to attend a protest in the City today – calling for cannabis to be decriminalised.
They say this would lead to better and safer access to the drug.
The demonstration is taking place at Mardyke Walk at 2 o’clock this afternoon.
Over 20 walk-in Covid vaccination centres are operating throughout the country today.
There’ll be a similar number tomorrow, after over 30,000 people attended the first ever walk-in clinics last week.
Two walk-in centres are open in Cork today:
City Hall is open for walk-ins from 10 o’clock to 4,
While Bantry Primary Care Centre is open from 3.15pm to half past 4.
The danger of broken glass on beaches across the country is being highlighted this weekend.
Clean Coasts says 60per cent of its social media followers have seen this type of litter on their local beaches.
Some of its volunteers and beachgoers have been injured from stepping on pieces of glass.