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A motorcyclist was rushed to Cork University Hospital in serious condition following a road accident in North Cork.
The incident occurred at Nohoval Upper in Knocknagree at approximately half past six yesterday evening.
The driver of the motorbike is a man in his 20s.
No other injuries were reported in the single vehicle incident.
The R582 is closed between Rathmore and Knocknagree to allow Garda Forensic Collision Investigators examine the scene.
A man’s due in court in Skibbereen later this morning, after a 35 thousand euro drugs seizure in the city.
The discovery was made at Kent Station on Friday.
The Taoiseach says people’s behaviour will be a key part of the new post-Covid era.
Micheál Martin was speaking in Crosshaven as the government consider a new roadmap for the easing of the remaining Covid restrictions.
A full cabinet meeting is due to take place on Tuesday however it’s widely expected the easing of most restrictions will begin in the coming weeks.
A Fianna Fail TD says if everyone goes back to work in offices next month it would be a ‘missed opportunity’.
Paul McAuliffe believes remote working leads to less traffic on the roads, fewer transport emissions and improved air quality.
He’s calling on the Government to let thousands of public servants stay working from home.