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The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork

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A 61-year-old man in Cork who was found with thousands of images of child-sex-abuse in his home – has been sentences to 21 months in prison.

Gardaí were securing the area around the English Market for a visit by British dignitaries when the Cybercrime Unit became suspicious of computer activity at an address on Grand Parade.

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A woman in her 40s arrested after a man’s body was found in North Cork eight months ago has been released without charge.

She was detained yesterday.

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Homeless charity Depaul says the number of people in homelessness are now at “unacceptable levels”.

The latest figures from the Department of Housing show there were 11,937 people in emergency accommodation nationwide last month – a jump of 29 per cent in the past year.

According to the report, the number of adults depending on emergency accommodation in Cork in October increased 5% in one month compared to September, and increased by 15% in twelve months.

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Gardaí are appealing for the public’s assistance following a case of cattle rustling in West Cork.

In a statement to RedFM News, Gardaí say that, in total, 8 animals were stolen from a farm in Aughadwon, between Skibbereen and Ballydehob – sometime between 6 o’clock on the evening of Saturday 12th November – and 10 o’clock on the morning of Wednesday 15th November.

 


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