The top four things you need to know now Saturday 11th March

A Cork TD says he fears a tsunami of homelessness will hit Cork in the coming months.

Sinn Féin Deputy Thomas Gould was speaking after figures from the Residential Tenancies Board, showed 500 eviction notices were issued to renters in the city and county in the third quarter of last year.


A murder inquiry has been launched after a man in his 40s died following a row at a house in Newbridge, County Kildare.

The victim, believed to be a native of Poland, died at Naas General Hospital yesterday, from injuries received during an incident earlier in the week.


US regulators have shut down Silicon Valley Bank and taken control of its customer deposits.

It’s the largest failure of an American bank since 2008.


Britain’s Match Of The Day will be without presenters or pundits for the first time ever tonight.
It’s after the BBC suspended Gary Lineker for breaking the rules and Tweeting about UK immigration policy.
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