The top four things you need to know – Monday June 13th

The British government will publish its plans to scrap parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol in Parliament today.

It claims the legislation will not break international law, but Sinn Fein says it’s set to make a ‘dangerous attack’ on the Good Friday Agreement.

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Ireland is finally cleaning up its act.

That’s according to Irish Business Against Litter in its latest survey.

Midleton has been declared Cleaner than European Norms and is in 13th spot, however Cork City and Mahon rank 36th and 37th respectively.

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New research suggests Ireland’s construction sector will deliver more buildings this year compared to 2021.

The EY report for Euroconstruct has predicted a growth in the volume of houses and apartments to be built.

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Today marks the start of Men’s Mental Health Week which runs until the 19th of June.

Pharmacists are encouraging men to reach out and start a new health kick which can make a positive change to their mental health.


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