The top four things you need to know – Wednesday April 5th

A Cork based Residents Association estimate that 1 in every 3 rental properties are not registered with the Residential Tenancies Board.

That’s the experience of The Magazine Road and Surrounding Areas Residents Association who first began reporting unregistered rental properties to the RTB in 2017.

They say it’s harder to resolve anti-social behaviour and other problems when rental properties are not registered.


21 new positions for extra judges will be created under a bill going to Cabinet this morning.

While Ministers will also approve a forum which will discuss Ireland’s neutrality and place in the world.


The Government needs to do more to assist women who are opting for abortions.

That the view of Aontú Leader Peadar Toibín after it emerged yesterday that 8,500 abortions were recorded in this country last year.

The figure marks an increase of 25% on the number in 2021.


Donald Trump’s been speaking for the first time since he pleaded not guilty to 34 criminal charges in an historic court appearance in New York.

He’s accused of covering up payments from his lawyer in the lead up to the 2016 presidential election.

The former US President’s alleged to have paid off a porn star, and Playboy model and a doorman who’d accused him of affairs and having a child out of wedlock.


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