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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

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# Castlemartyr
Public's help sought to trace whereabouts of missing teenager in Cork
Megan Lyons was last seen yesterday.
# Missing
Gardaí complete search of woodland area in Tina Satchwell investigation
They said they have a number of items to examine and have received some new information from the public.
# Castlemartyr
Items discovered in Tina Satchwell search site sent for forensic testing
Gardaí expect to find a number of items which may nothing to do with disappearance, due to the size of the site at Mitchel’s Wood.
# good will
This luxury Cork hotel made a wonderful gesture to locals affected by flooding
What an offer.
# good will
This luxury Cork hotel made a wonderful gesture to locals affected by flooding
What an offer.
# Kimye Believe It
One of Ireland's fanciest resorts is up for sale
For just €13 million, it could be yours.
# Swimming Restrictions
Swimming restrictions still in place but conditions improve at Cork beaches
High levels of E.coli in the water at seven different beaches in Cork has meant that swimming restrictions have been in place since last week.
# E.coli
Swimming ban at Cork beaches to remain in place until Thursday
Seven Cork beaches, including three in Youghal, have been affected by the high levels of E.coli found in the water last week.
# E.coli
Further tests due on waters from Cork E.coli beaches
Seven beaches were declared unsafe for swimming over the weekend over concerns about E.coli levels.
# Flooding
Flash flooding in Cork after 30 minute "scary" downpour
The main street in Midleton was closed for several hours after the cloudburst, which has been compared by one stormchaser to recent downpours in the US.
# Cork
One killed, one hospitalised in Cork sewage incident
One man has died and another has been hospitalised in Cork, after it is believed they were overcome with fumes while removing sewage from septic tanks.