The top four things you need to know – Tuesday April 12th
The country’s largest private employer says it will do everything it can to offer flexible jobs and support to Ukrainians arriving in Ireland.
The Cork based Musgrave Group say they are working with the government to offer potential employment for people fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A mother says The Irish Community Air Ambulance were at her house in 7 minutes after her son was involved in a farming accident.
Olivia Cotter from Doneraile said her son TJ was helping out on the farm at home when he went to climb on a tractor but missed his footing and went under the machine.
The Irish Community Air Ambulance are encouraging runners to sign up for the Dublin Marathon to raise funds for the organisation so they can continue the work for their patients.
A man’s body has been found in ‘unexplained circumstances’ at a house in Co. Sligo.
Gardai were alerted to a house in the Cartron area at around 8.30pm where they found the remains of the man in his 30’s.
His death’s being treated as ‘unexplained’ at this time and the scene remains sealed off this morning pending the arrival of the State Pathologist and the Garda Technical Bureau.
Ukrainian refugees living in Ireland may be interviewed to gather evidence as part of investigations into Russian war crimes.
It’ll be based on a similar initiative in Germany and involve refugees who’ve settled here being given a specialist questionnaire.
The International Criminal Court is currently looking into potential war crimes by Russia.