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The first Cork Taoiseach since Jack Lynch, says he’s looking forward to the showdown with Limerick on Sunday.
Micheál Martin says he’s trying to remain neutral, for the moment at least.
Iarnrod Eireann says there’s limited capacity left on today’s trains due to GAA fans travelling up for tomorrow’s All Ireland final.
Tomorrow’s trains are already sold out.
Walk-in vaccination centres are being rolled out across the country again this weekend.
City Hall Cork will be open for walk-ins from 1pm to 4pm today. Individuals aged 16 or older can get their first or second doses at the walk-in clinic.
People hoping to get their second dose today must have had their first dose at least 21 days ago – specifically before the 1st August.
They are asked to bring their vaccination cards with them.
City Hall will also be open for first and second dose walk-ins tomorrow between 11am to 2pm.
A coalition of climate campaigners say people need to realise that Ireland is not safe from climate change.
The group are holding a protest in the city centre today to call on people and government to ‘wake up’ to the dangers of rising sea levels and more extreme weather events.
The protest comes in the wake of a UN report which warned the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere must be reduced drastically to limit the effects of climate change.