The top four things you need to know – Monday August 30th
A man was brought to safety after falling from a cliff in Graball yesterday afternoon.
Crosshaven Coast Guard were called into action at approximately 4.50pm on Sunday after the man fell 20 fee from the cliff.
The Cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 meet later to discuss the final phase of reopening society and the economy.
The roadmap is to be published tomorrow, with particular emphasis expected on the return of live events and the reopening of offices.
An uncle of Sophie Toscan du Plantier is urging Ian Bailey not to be ‘afraid’ of a new trial in France – if he’s really innocent.
It’s after the French president said a new murder trial could be organised for him in Paris.
Early Childhood Ireland is raising serious concerns about funding as creches reopen across the country today.
It’s calling on the Government to double investment in childcare by 2028 and to publish a plan to achieve this in Budget 2022.