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22nd of Oct 2021
22nd October 2021
What you need to know this Friday lunchtime: In News- Late night entertainment returns today and Cork’s RedFM are proud media partners of the Cork Jazz festival which gets underway this weekend. In Sport- The FAI Cup semi-finals take place tonight and Mayo are to vote no to both proposals at the special congress tomorrow.

21st of Oct 2021
21st October 2021
What you need to know this Thursday lunchtime: In News- 9 people have been killed on Cork roads so far this year and Bars, Clubs and Nightclubs will find out later how they will be allowed operate once restrictions are eased. In Sport- The Republic of Ireland Men’s team have dropped to 51st in the latest FIFA words rankings and the Republic of Ireland Women’s team face Sweden in their opening world cup qualifier.

20th of Oct 2021
20th October 2021
What you need to know this Wednesday lunchtime: In News- Publicans face the prospect of curtailed trading through the busiest period of the year and nightclub owners have described the new guidelines regulating their industry as unclear. In Sport- Former Ireland international Stephen Ireland says the new astro turf pitch in Cobh is long overdue and Cork are to vote in favour of proposal B at Saturdays special congress.

19th of Oct 2021
19th October 2021
What you need to know this Tuesday lunchtime: In News- The government has confirmed that NPHET has recommended that nightclubs can reopen with restrictions and there’s been a broad welcome to Cork University Maternity Hospital changing its visitor rules. In Sport- Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open title defence is in doubt and Cork have received 10 nominations in this year’s Camogie Association All Stars Awards.

18th of Oct 2021
18th October 2021
What you need to know this Monday lunchtime: In News- NPHET will meet today to advise the Government on the further easing of Covid-19 restrictions and 40 new jobs for Cork City. In Sport- Valley Rovers boss Paul Holland says the Championship structure is putting dual clubs at a disadvantage and the Rebel Og minor football finals take place this evening.

15th of Oct 2021
15th October 2021
What you need to know this Friday lunchtime: In News- The sister of a resident at the Owenacurra Centre in East Cork says residents have not been told when exactly it will close and the board of Páirc Uí Chaoimh has lodged an appeal challenging Cork City Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for changes to the stadium and its exterior. In Sport- Cork City and Cobh Rambers are both in action this evening and the Republic of Ireland under 17 Women’s team play their third European championship qualifier this afternoon.

14th of Oct 2021
14th October 2021
What you need to know this Thursday lunchtime: In News – Calls for an end to the silence around the impact of abuse of alcohol by parents on their children and the Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney says science can’t be ignored ahead of the easing of most restrictions on October the 22nd. In Sport- Keith Ricken is to be the new Cork senior football boss and in snooker Mark Allen is in 2nd round action in the Northern Ireland open today.

13th of Oct 2021
13th October 2021
What you need to know this Wednesday lunchtime: In News- Cork Airport say a €90 million fund in the budget will help them rebuild their international routes and a travel expert expects many people to be banned from flying with Ryanair because of a row over refunds. In Sport- Ireland’s under 17s play their final European Championship Qualifier at Turner’s Cross and Offaly will be backing proposal B at the upcoming Special Congress.

12th of Oct 2021
12th October 2021
What you need to know this Tuesday lunchtime: In News- The Taoiseach says today’s budget is framed around Ireland recovering from the Covid pandemic and the Tánaiste says Ireland’s finances are much better than previously forecast. In Sport- The Boys in Green face Qatar in a friendly in the Aviva stadium tonight and the Ireland under 21s are away to Montenegro.  

11th of Oct 2021
11th October 2021
What you need to know this Monday lunchtime: In News – The fuel allowance is set to increase by at least €3.50 in tomorrow’s Budget and Gardai are warning people to lock their vehicles after an increase in thefts from cars in a Cork village. In Sport- The Republic of Ireland under 17s are through to the elite round of the European Championship Qualifiers and Bride Rovers face Glen Rovers in the Rebel Óg Championship final in Páirc Uí Rinn.

8th of Oct 2021
8th October 2021
What you need to know this Friday lunchtime In News -The UCC Students Union is calling for a rent freeze and for publicly funded third level education ahead of next week’s budget and farmers are to mount a protest in Cork City tonight against the government’s climate action strategy. In Sport- Former GAA president Seán Kelly is supporting proposal B ahead of the upcoming special congress and the Republic of Ireland under 17 team picked up a win in their first European Championship qualifier at Turner’s Cross.

7th of Oct 2021
7th October 2021
What you need to know this Thursday lunchtime In News – The Students Union at UCC say they are heartbroken after turning away students after their food bank ran out and a Cork East TD is calling on the Minister for the Environment to meet representatives from Irving Oil over closure fears. In Sport- Chiedozie Ogbene says his aim is to cause havoc for Azerbaijan’s defenders if he is selected for Sunday’s World Cup qualifier and the Republic of Ireland under 17s play the first of three games at Turner’s Cross this evening.

6th of Oct 2021
6th October 2021
What you need to know this Wednesday lunchtime In News- Hundreds of people are expected to gather outside the Dáil later for a protest against ongoing restrictions in maternity hospitals and UCC Students Union has been forced to re-open a food bank. In Sport- Stephen Kenny is confident ahead of Saturday’s World Cup qualifier away to Azerbaijan and Dónal Óg Cusack is among the names being associated with the Cork U20 job.

5th of Oct 2021
5th October 2021
What you need to know this Tuesday lunchtime In News -Concerns have been raised about plans for a new elective hospital for the city and Facebook has restored its services after a major outage. In Sport- Ulster GAA the provincial secretary is opposed to a league-based All-Ireland Football Championship and the Kerry County Board chairman insists the appointment of a Jack O’Connor as senior football manager was transparent.

4th of Oct 2021
4th October 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime In News- The Government is in Cork today to sign off on the multi-billion euro National Development Plan and a member of Sláintecare says he’s disappointed but not surprised a new advisory group is going to be appointed.   In Sport- Shane Ronayne says he can’t wait to get going with the Cork Ladies Footballers and the Republic of Ireland are due to meet today ahead of their upcoming internationals. 

1st of Oct 2021
1st October 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime – In News – The Health Minister was quizzed in the Dáil following the revelation earlier this week that the organs of 18 babies who died at Cork University Maternity Hospital were sent for incineration to Belgium and A shortage of one-bed accommodation and high rents in the city are hampering efforts to get people off the streets, according to Cork Simon. In Sport- Johan Van Graan has named his starting 15 for tomorrow nights clash with the DHL Stormers and Cork City are away to Bray.

30th of Sep 2021
30th September 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime – In News- Residents at a mental health centre in Midleton that’s due to close next month are terrified of losing their freedom, according to a local TD and Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch was brought before the Special Criminal Court Court after his extradition from Spain last night. In Sport- Declan Rice says he doesn’t need to leave West Ham to win trophies and 7 Cork footballers have been nominated for 2021 TG4 Ladies Football All Star awards.

29th of Sep 2021
29th September 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime – In News – A Cork mum whose son died a day after being born at Cork University Maternity Hospital says she is heartbroken by the news that part of his brain was incinerated in Belgium along with clinical waste and the CEO of Ryanair says he expects the price of flights to increase before Christmas. In Sport- Republic of Ireland under 17 boss Colin O’Brien has named his squad for the upcoming European Championship Qualifiers and Manchester United host Villarreal in the Champions League.

28th of Sep 2021
28th September 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime – In News – An investigation is underway at CUMH after organs of babies were incinerated abroad and Ryanair is expected to announce that it will Re-open routes from Cork Airport. In Sport- A player development pathway is lacking for the Irish Women’s Rugby team and new management for the Cork Ladies Footballers.

24th of Sep 2021
24th September 2021
What you need to know this lunchtime – In News- Tributes paid to the remarkable skills of a pilot after he crash landed a plane in Wexford yesterday and students are to take part in climate change protests today. In Sport- The 43rd Ryder Cup has started and Simon Zebo is to make a return tomorrow night against the Sharks in Thomond Park.


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