The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The Main Stories Making The Headlines Across Cork
The Minister for Housing has been accused of losing control of the homeless situation, after figures revealed single person homelessness has hit 5 thousand for the first time.
The May homeless report also revealed the number of children in emergency accommodation has passed 3 thousand.
Cork City Fire Brigade responded to 65 call-outs to bonfires across the city on on Thursday night.
That’s according to today’s Echo, which says some of those calls were repeats because fires were re-set.
A government agency needs to be established to monitor alleged price gouging to ensure transparency and fairness for customers.
The call comes from Fine Gael’s Bernard Durkan who warned that prices could rise further and we need identify if some companies are engaging in what he described as the dubious practice of price gouging.
The Road Safety Authority is warning Cork motorists to be extra vigilant this weekend as heavy rain hits the whole country.
It comes as a person lost their life in a crash in County Laois yesterday afternoon.