The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now

The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork

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Irishmen and Irishwomen who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations, are being remembered at a number of special ceremonies and events around the country today.

The main ceremony will be held in The National Museum of Ireland in Collins Barracks in Dublin this morning.

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The Government’s spending on the Defence Forces is set to increase to 1.5 billion euro a year by 2028.

According to the Sunday Independent, Defence Minister Simon Coveney will bring a memo to cabinet this week outlining what will be the biggest military investment in the history of the state.

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Officials from the Irish Amateur Boxing Association will meet in Roscommon today for an Extraordinary General Meeting.

Delegates from Ireland’s 338 boxing clubs are hoping to agree much needed reforms – after a controversial few months for the organisation.

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Shoppers are paying more for Irish goods here in Ireland, than customers buying the same Irish products in the UK.

A report in today’s Sunday Times shows the Irish are paying up to 70 percent more than the UK for things like sausages, tea and yogurt.


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