The top four things you need to know – Monday May 29th
Relatives of residents at a nursing home in Cork will hold protests today outside the offices of senior Government Ministers.
They’ll demonstrate from 11 o’clock this morning, saying residents are being forced out of Beaumont Residential Care.
They want Tánaiste Micheál Martin, Finance Minister Michael McGrath and Enterprise Minister Simon Coveney to intervene in a dispute over future funding.
Gardai are appealing for assistance in locating a missing teenager in Cork.
15 year old Kelsey Stokes from Ballyvolane was last seen on Douglas Road on Friday the 26th of May.
Kelsey is described as being approximately 5 foot 2 inches in height, of medium build and long blonde hair.
It is unknown what Kelsey was wearing when last seen.
Anyone with any information on Kelsey’s whereabouts are asked to contact Gurranabraher Garda Station on 021 494 6200, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.
Seven men are due in court today, charged with the attempted murder of Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell in County Tyrone.
A number of them also face terrorism charges related to the shooting in Omagh.
Counselling services are to be provided in primary schools for the first time.
Plans for a pilot scheme in seven counties is being brought to cabinet tomorrow by the Education Minister Norma Foley.