The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now

The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork

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A TD has claimed paramedics are leaving the ambulance service in Cork because they’re being left frustrated by an “unworkable system”.

Thomas Gould says one of his constituents on the northside of the city was left waiting almost three hours for an ambulance to bring her to hospital.

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Whitechurch boy, Adam Terry is recovering in hospital following successful scoliosis surgery.

The ten-year-old, underwent the major procedure at Crumlin children’s hospital yesterday morning.

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Minister Simon Coveney says the approach to climate change in the agriculture sector can’t be to just run people off their land.

The former Agriculture Minister says they need to find a way to secure farm incomes while, at the same time, delivering environmental change.

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The Continental Tyre Company has urged the public not to burn tyres on bonfires this Halloween.

It says the practice is illegal and also releases toxic fumes that can hurt both humans and animals.


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