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A number of websites have crashed this morning in response for demand for the new PS5 console. The console is several times more powerful than its predecessor, and is able to handle higher-quality graphics. A number of websites have crashed this morning in response for demand for the console. Tech correspondent Jess Kelly outlines some […]

A €78 million expansion of The West Cork Carbery Group’s facilities in Ballineen has been completed. The new mozzarella plant is now operational and producing a new range of cheese products under the ‘Carbery Dairy’ brand. The investment will see the Group’s output increase from 55,000 tonnes per annum to 64,000 The Group will initially […]

Seán has been addicted to tablets and cocaine and says he has lost relationships, his confidence and his sense of self worth Our senior reporter Fiona O’Donovan has this special report for RedFM News:

11 people have already been charged. Two teenage boys known as Boy A and Boy B were found guilty last year of the murder of Kildare schoolgirl Ana Kriegel. The 14 year old’s body was found in a derelict building in Lucan Co Dublin in May 2018. The boys were 13 at the time of […]

That’s according to management at the wildlife park who say that the park is worth €200 million to the local economy every year. Visitor numbers are down 20% at the facility due to the COVID19 outbreak and ongoing restrictions which don’t allow for travel or staycations. €1.5 million was lost at the park during lockdown […]

A teachers union claims some schools are not following Covid-19 public health measures. At today’s Oireachtas Education Committee, the Teachers Union of Ireland will call for enforcement where non-compliance is found. Meanwhile Forsa will voice its concern at the lack of clarity regarding the supply of PPE to staff, and will accuse the department of […]

The Taoiseach says a decision on exiting Level 5 restrictions in early December will be made next week. Micheál Martin told a meeting of the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party last night that he wants people to have a ‘wholesome and enjoyable’ Christmas. A Dáil debate on exiting Level 5 will take place on Tuesday, however […]

The Irish Examiner reports there are fears the construction industry won’t be able to keep up with demand. The Southern Region Construction Summit is expected to hear today that the city needs 77 Elysian Towers over the next 11 years to meet housing demand. The Construction Industry Federation says just 732 new homes were built […]

The funeral details of a 13-year-old boy who was tragically killed in a road traffic incident involving a truck on Sheares St yesterday afternoon have been released. The teenager who was a first year student in Presentation Brothers College will be laid to rest on Friday. Meanwhile his school have paid tribute to him and […]

The Christmas lights have been switched on in the city this evening. Due to Covid19 and Level Five Restrictions, the traditional switch on of the Christmas Lights in the city which attracts thousands of people every year was unable to take place this year. However it won’t take away from the shine of the city […]



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