Top four things you need to know – Tuesday August 10th
Irish people have a moral obligation to live our lives differently, according to a Cork Green Party Senator.
Dan Boyle was speaking following the release of a stark new UN climate change report which warns more extreme weather could be on the way unless carbon emissions are cut dramatically.
A new report on the rental market shows that a lack of supply is driving up the cost of renting a home.
The latest Daft Rental report indicates that rents in Cork City have risen by 9.1% in the last year.
Two people have been charged – one with murder – following the death of a two-year-old girl in County Tyrone.
The toddler, named locally as Ali Jayden Maguire, died in hospital on Friday after suffering head injuries at a house in Dungannon.
Cork City has new ‘robot trees.
Five high-tech CityTrees, costing some €350,000 for the year are being installed on St Patrick’s St
and on the Grand Parade near the City Library.