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It’s because of incomplete documentation resulting from Brexit. It’s the first time hauliers have to fill in the forms, called Pre Boarding Notifications, after Britain left the EU. Those are linked with Revenue here in Ireland, and will not allow passage unless the details are valid

He was born at the National Maternity Hospital just four seconds after midnight. Brody’s family all come from Sallynoggin in Dublin. His mother Jennifer McWilliams said she has no idea her baby would be among the first of 2021.

That’s according to the Taoiseach. The government’s expected to borrow 40 billion euro between 2020 and 2021, largely due to the economic fallout from Covid-19. While income tax and USC will not rise this year, Taoiseach Micheal Martin says he cannot rule out other revenue generating measures:

The ‘No to M20 Navy Route Group’ in North Cork was formed by residents in the Whitechurch and Blarney area. They have expressed concerns over the proximity of their homes to one the routes being proposed for the infrastructure which will connect Cork and Limerick cities. The groups say while they’re not opposed to the […]

The Irish Coast Guard and the RNLI are appealing to people to have safety arrangements in place There’s a warning the cold temperatures could pose a risk of hypothermia. The advice is if people are in doubt they should not go out.

It comes after almost 50 years of EU membership The year-long transition period ended late last night, with the UK now free to create it’s own rules. But Brexit also means it leaves the single market and the customs union. MEP for Dublin, Barry Andrews, says the next few months will be important in the […]

CUH had the second highest trolley figures nationally Behind only University Hospital Limerick with 9,843 The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is describing the figures as ‘unacceptable’. Over 53 thousand patients were on trolleys and over 30,000 of those were recorded since the pandemic arrived here. INMO General Secretary, Phil Ni Sheaghdha says too many […]

The main stories making the headlines across Cork: The Chief Medical Officer say it’s no longer possible to test everyone who’s come into close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19. === 2,000 additional Covid-19 vaccines will be administered in hospitals across Cork over the coming weekend. === Over 6,500 patients were waiting on trolleys […]

That’s according to the ‘No to M20 Navy Route Group’ in North Cork It was formed by residents in the Whitechurch and Blarney area who say they’re not opposed to the infrastructure which will connect Cork and Limerick cities, but they say there is an alternative route that won’t have such a devastating impact. The […]

The incident resulted in the death of George Nkencho. It happened in a Hartstown housing estate yesterday afternoon after members of the force responded to reports of a man with a knife in a local shopping centre. Bullets were fired from an official Garda firearm after the man made several threats and an attempt to […]


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