The top four things you need to know – Monday September 5th
The energy crisis, and spiralling cost of gas and electricity, has the potential to sink businesses.
That’s the opinion of the owner of the Vienna Woods Hotel in Glanmire, Michael Magner.
On Friday, Bord Gais became the latest energy provider to rise its prices.
A local Fianna Fail TD says all of Tallaght is hurting, after the tragic deaths of three siblings.
8 year-old twins, Chelsea and Christy Cawley and their 18 year-old sister Lisa Cash, died yesterday morning during a ‘violent incident.’
It’s understood they were stabbed on Rossfield Avenue and their 14 year-old brother is still in hospital in Dublin with serious injuries.
A man in his 20s remains in custody this morning and post mortem’s will be carried out on the siblings bodies today.
A Kerry TD says people in the county are horrified over the death of 13 year-old Jack de Bromhead at a race.
The jockey died after he fell from his horse at Rossbeigh Beach during the Glenbeigh Races in Kerry on Saturday.
The teenager is the son of Grand National-winning trainer Henry de Bromhead.
Electric Picnic came to a thundery close last night.
70 thousand fans attended the festival at Stradbally in Laois.
The bad weather experienced over the weekend didn’t dampen their spirits.
However we are entering into another unsettled period.