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Thousands of Cork supporters are making their way to Croke Park for this afternoon’s All Ireland Hurling Final.
The rebels are playing their first Senior Hurling Final since 2013 and are aiming to beat the current champions Limerick.
A French registered fishing vessel has been handed over to gardai after being detained off the West Cork coast.
It was escorted to Castletownbere by the naval service last night.
It was detained in relation to alleged breaches of fishing regulations.
The Chief Medical Officer says the upward trend in serious Covid-19 infections is of “serious concern”.
Dr. Tony Holohan’s comments come as the number of people admitted to hospital in the last 24 hours increased by 32, a rise not seen since mid-February.
City Hall will be open for walk-ins from 11am to 2pm today.
Individuals aged 16 or older can get their first or second Pfizer 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 2nd August.
The Government seems set to introduce a major clampdown on properties being rented through Airbnb.
The short term rental market is believed to be partly responsible for the shortage of rental properties for long term leasing in Ireland.