The top four things you need to know – Wednesday September 8th
The bodies of three people have been discovered at a home near Lixnaw in north Kerry.
Gardai in Listowel attended the scene last night, where the body of a woman in her 60s and man in his 20s were found inside a house with gunshot wounds.
The third body, a man in his 60s was discovered at the back of the house.
A man who attacked another man with a lump hammer and stole his dog has been jailed for two years.
28 year old Michael Molloy of Cúl Árd, Carrigtwohill appeared before Cork Circuit Criminal Court yesterday.
Ian Bailey claims the murderer of Sophie Toscan du Plantier died a long time ago.
The former journalist is calling for a cold case review of the crime – which he says will clear him.
Walk-in Covid testing has been temporarily suspended at two screening centres in Cork.
The HSE says demand for walk-in tests at the centres in Dunmanway and the City has been strong and is leading to long waiting times for a result.