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A man’s fighting for his life following after a serious assault in the city.

Two people are being questioned and Gardaí at Mayfield Station are appealing for witnesses.


Two men are being questioned by Gardaí in connection with the seizure of 140-thousand euro worth of cocaine in Glanmire.

The drugs were discovered when officers from the Cork Divisional Drugs Unit and Gurranabraher District Drugs Unit stopped and searched a taxi on the M8 at Glanmire on Thursday evening, as part of Operation Tara.


Those who have yet to file their Local Property Tax return can do so before the new deadline of Wednesday evening.

It was originally due to expire tomorrow, but has been extended after Revenue admitted the process can cause some stress for those unfamiliar with the system.


The Emergency Department at Cork University Hospital is reporting that it has been exceptionally busy over the past number of weeks.

In a statement to RedFM News, it says that this is due to a large number of very ill medical patients requiring admission resulting in some patients experiencing long delays in the ED.


There are no walk-in vaccination clinics in Cork this weekend for the first time since the walk-in programme was rolled out.

The HSE are reminding the public that they can still register online to get a vaccine appointment.


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