The top four things you need to know – Monday July 18th
A teenage boy is being treated at Cork University Hospital after he was stabbed in the city yesterday evening.
The incident happened on the Mardyke side of the Shakey Bridge at around 4:30pm.
The boy who is believed to be aged around 14 suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries at the Shakey Bridge.
A new higher-frequency Cobh and Midleton train service kicks off today after two weeks of repairs.
Iarnrod Eireann is rolling out 32 extra train services on the Cork route.
The enhanced schedule will run every 30 minutes at peak time to and from the City.
The cost of living is a huge problem for most people throughout the country.
That’s according to a new report released this morning by Social Justice Ireland.
The group is calling for an expanded public sector to provide increased services to lower costs for every day services.
Another scorching day lies ahead today.
Met Eireann’s status yellow heat warning says some regions will likely get as hot as 32 degrees.
The highest temperature in the country yesterday was recorded in the Phoenix Park in Dublin, which hit 29.3 degrees.