Gardai say they are yet to establish a motive into the suspected murder suicide, which has left three members of a family dead in North Kerry.

The top four things you need to know – Thursday September 9th

Gardai say they are yet to establish a motive into the suspected murder suicide, which has left three members of a family dead in North Kerry.

The bodies of 24-year-old Jamie O’Sullivan and his 56 year old mother Eileen, were found inside the home in the town of Lixnaw on Wednesday.

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The INTO is calling for the government to set up a public awareness campaign to help stop the spread of Covid-19 in schools.

The HSE’s testing and tracing system is under pressure after 28 thousand children presented for PCR tests in the past seven days.

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Walk-in vaccinations will be available at City Hall and Páirc Uí Chaoimh from today until Sunday as part of the last phase of the vaccine roll-out in Cork.

Anyone over the age of 12 can get a first or second dose of a Pfizer vaccine without an appointment at the clinics.

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More than 60% of children say they’ve been contacted by a stranger through an online game.

That’s according to Cyber Safe Ireland, which found almost a third of children between the ages of 8 and 12 have friends or followers on social media they don’t know in real life.


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