The top four things you need to know – Thursday August 12th
The Coast Guard is appealing to the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs and piers, harbour walls and
promenades during high winds across the county over the next few days.
A yellow wind warning has been issued by Met Éireann for Cork from 8am.
The Covid-19 vaccine portal is now open for 12 to 15 year olds.
Parents can register their child for a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine – online or by phone.
Global climate change means Ireland is getting warmer and wetter – according to a new report.
The study from the Environmental Protection Agency, Met Eireann and the Marine Institute, comes just days after a global report from the IPCC showed climate change is a ‘Code Red for humanity’.
National Heritage week is being marked by a series of heritage projects in the city and county.
The annual event kicks off on Saturday and will include guided walks of historical sites in Allihiess and an outdoor pop-up museum in Charleville.