The top four things you need to know – Thursday June 23rd

AIB is set to be hit with a multi-million euro fine for its part in the tracker mortgage scandal.

The Central Bank of Ireland will announce details of the fine at 11 o’clock this morning.

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Management at Cork Airport say they are supporting Dublin Airport in their efforts to alleviate the long queues and delays being experienced by passengers

At the start of the month security staff from Cork travelled to Dublin to make up part of 40 extra officers that the airport drafted in to work over the Bank Holiday weekend

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The government is coming under pressure to introduce promised legislation on marketing junk food at children.

The Irish Heart Foundation says 79% of people would support a TV ban on unhealthy food and drink ads being extended to 9pm.

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The Covid variant currently circulating in Ireland ‘dodges’ the protection of vaccines, according to a World Health Organisation expert.

It comes as the chief medical officer, Tony Holohan, says the virus situation is ‘deteriorating’ here.

There’s been a three-fold increase in Covid hospitalisations this month – and the current figure is 629.

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