Gardaí in Cork are investigating the death of a woman in her 40s whose body was found on a street in the city centre at around 11am this morning.
It is believed that the woman had been sleeping rough.
Gardaí do not believe at this stage that the cause of the woman’s death is suspicious.
Previously: Seven Dead In 12 Weeks
Pic: Pierce Kennedy
Glass Dublin tweetz:
Trinity College Dublin [yesterday]. Love it when IT hits the bottle but keeps taking the tablets
The Curragh Plains, Co Kildare
“Hundreds of frogs have been found dead at the natural pond on the Curragh Plains in Co. Kildare, known as Lough Bawn (the White Lake). The Herpetological Society of Ireland collected samples from the frogs and the water and are awaiting the results. Lough Bawn is associated with St. Brighid and is thought to be the Lake of Cream, resulting from an overflow of milk when the saint prayed for a miracle to allow her offer hospitality to an unexpected visit from a number of bishops.”
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