The top four things you need to know – Wednesday September 22nd
The US president says he doesn’t want to see a ‘closed border again’ on the island of Ireland, due to the post-Brexit row.
Joe Biden made the comments during a meeting with British prime minister, Boris Johnson, in the White House yesterday.
He says he doesn’t want Brexit to damage the peace-process here.
The Taoiseach says next month’s budget will be used to protect low-income groups from increasing energy prices.
Micheál Martin says he’s concerned about the rising costs of heat and electricity.
The Education Minister says significant progress has been made to secure the future of Cork Life Centre.
The Centre in Sunday’s Well provides an ‘alternative learning environment’ to marginalised young people aged between 12 and 18.
Director of the Centre Don O’Leary warned in July that the school might be forced to close if teachers at the school were transfered to the Cork Education and Training Board.
Ed Sheeran has added another date to his Mathematics tour in Ireland.
It’s been confirmed that he’ll play in Dublin on April 23rd in Croke Park.
Tickets for the gig, along with the gigs in Pairc ui Chaoimh, Limerick and Belfast, go on Sale at Saturday morning at 8am