The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now

The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork

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Children’s Minister Roderic O’Gorman has written to mother and baby home survivors to say he’ll seek approval on a payment scheme next week.

The arrangement is being put in place to recognise the ‘suffering’ people endured in the homes.

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The Irish College of General Practitioners is to discuss doctor burnout today.

It’ll also talk about the effect of the pandemic on its members at its Winter Meeting.

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The Education Minister insists that if substitute teacher panels need to be increased, the government will consider such a move.

School principals are continuing to report difficulties in finding substitutes since the new school year started, especially in subjects such as science, maths, languages and home economics.

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A Northern Ireland civil rights campaigner and former government minister will be laid to rest today.

Austin Currie died on Tuesday, at the age of 82.


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