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# cork - Today’s News

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# cork - Tuesday 28 October, 2014

Weekend closure of Jack Lynch tunnel labelled ‘an unmitigated disaster’

Motorists were stuck in tailbacks of up to 90 minutes.

From The Score JBM is on the search for a new hurling coach for 2015 campaign Vacancy

JBM is on the search for a new hurling coach for 2015 campaign

The outgoing Kieran Kingston spent three years as part of the Cork backroom team.

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# cork - Monday 27 October, 2014

Man in hospital after he was beaten by three men who broke into his house

It happened in the early hours of this morning.

‘Children born by C-section have 23% increased risk of developing autism’

However, the authors of the study have said that more research is needed.

Opinion: 9 reasons Cork is cooler than Dublin right now

Dublin may be the Manhattan of Ireland, but Cork is its Brooklyn.

Cork lab looks to make salmon our new source of Vitamin D

We’re now entering into the darkest months of the year, when our bodies can absorb the least Vitamin D.

# cork - Sunday 26 October, 2014

# cork - Saturday 25 October, 2014

From The Daily Edge 17 photos of grown Irish men getting bad frights in a haunted house Spooky Scary

An overturned car is causing major delays at Mitchelstown

The single vehicle crash is now being cleared.

Here’s how learning to cook has helped people move out of homelessness

Cork Simon Community has just begun its latest culinary operations course in Cork.

# cork - Friday 24 October, 2014

Sick of parking costs, the price of fuel and paying at toll gates? – Get an electric car

(But only if you live in Cork, where a new initiative is being rolled out)

Man (82) dies after being hit by car in Co Cork

The collision happened yesterday evening in Kilcrohane.

Stabbing at Cork University Hospital after row between two families

The incident happened yesterday afternoon.

# cork - Tuesday 21 October, 2014

Relax everyone… The lone puppy trapped in a mineshaft in Cork has now been rescued

How do you get four beagles out of a mineshaft? Here’s how.

From The Daily Edge These Cork lads just won the internet with their perfectly executed haunted house photo Banter

# cork - Monday 20 October, 2014

A puppy is stuck down a mine shaft in Cork

But three of its siblings were rescued earlier today.

Nine complaints a day made against Dublin clampers

Three clamping staff were also attacked during that time in the city.

# cork - Sunday 19 October, 2014

Teenager dies in Cork house fire

The blaze is not believed to be suspicious

Injuries reported after early-morning crash in Cork

The incident occurred on the Commons Road.

# cork - Saturday 18 October, 2014

Anti-water charge protests take place around the country

Large crowds were reported at some of the demonstrations.

# cork - Wednesday 15 October, 2014

From Business ETC Iceland’s ‘master plan’ for Ireland continues with two new shops Munster

Iceland’s ‘master plan’ for Ireland continues with two new shops

The supermarket chain is opening two new stores, one in Cork and one in Waterford, which will create at least 44 new jobs.

From The Daily Edge Here’s the ‘child benefit’ tweet a Cork bar was forced to apologise over Nope

# cork - Tuesday 14 October, 2014

TIME names Cork award-winners among most influential teens of 2014

Emer Hickey, Sophie Healy-Thow and Ciara Judge have won a heap of awards for their science discoveries.

Ireland’s child obesity rate has plateaued and it may begin to fall

Researchers say the plateau in childhood obesity is still unacceptably high.

# cork - Monday 13 October, 2014

From Business ETC What I Learned: One TD’s journey from the cabbage farm to the Dáil The Other F-word

What I Learned: One TD’s journey from the cabbage farm to the Dáil

Pub owner- and accountant-turned-TD Áine Collins says Ireland needs to have a “serious conversation about failure”.

‘I will never again go into that house’: Helen O’Driscoll has not returned home since sons’ deaths

Her nine-year-old twins Thomas and Paddy were killed in the family home on 4 September.

# cork - Friday 10 October, 2014

‘Losing three babies is an experience that will stay with me forever’

Parents who have lost children will come together for a remembrance service in Cork this evening.

# cork - Wednesday 8 October, 2014

20,000 ESB customers are without electricity tonight

The south of the country has been worst affected by poor weather conditions.

Heavy flooding avoided (so far) in Cork as high tide passes

Surface water has been reported on one city-centre quay.

Blind teenager awarded €3.2m in damages after court battle

The family of 13-year-old Noel McCarthy have spoken of their relief after a court battle lasting more than a decade.

# cork - Tuesday 7 October, 2014

From The Score 11 for Dublin and 10 for Cork in the 2014 Ladies Football Allstar nominations Award Season

11 for Dublin and 10 for Cork in the 2014 Ladies Football Allstar nominations

The All-Ireland finalists both lead the way.

# cork - Monday 6 October, 2014

Photo Essay: Cork life in the 1960s

Photo Essay: Cork life in the 1960s

Anthony Barry might be best known for his business, Barry’s Tea, and his time as a TD and senator, but he was also a talented street photographer.

338 cars clamped in Dublin for parking in disabled space in first half of year

Parking in this spots when you don’t actually need to is not only illegal, it makes life very difficult for people who have disabilities.

# cork - Saturday 4 October, 2014

This historic Cork mansion was the scene of a kidnapping, and it’s now at risk

The house has a private owner who lives in the USA.

Young man killed in Co Cork road crash

The 19-year-old died after the collision in Whitegate.

# cork - Thursday 2 October, 2014

Homeless teens: ‘Coming out of care, they don’t know how to clean, how to wash’

Cork Foyer looks after young people aged 18 – 25.

# cork - Tuesday 30 September, 2014

From Business ETC Irish oil explorer gears up for drilling at billion-euro well near Cork coast Barryroe Gold

Irish oil explorer gears up for drilling at billion-euro well near Cork coast

Providence Resources plans to start offshore oil drilling next year, but it’s still losing money.

# cork - Monday 29 September, 2014

From The Score Snapshot – All-Ireland champions Cork visited Crumlin Children’s Hospital today Class Acts

Snapshot – All-Ireland champions Cork visited Crumlin Children’s Hospital today

The Rebelettes are celebrating yet another senior ladies football triumph.

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