Taoiseach booked for at least ten days in the US after testing positive
Taoiseach Michael Martin will have to stay in the US for at least ten daysAccording to local public health rules, it appeared.
Bord Gais denies it ‘profited from the Ukraine war’
Leading energy supplier Bord Gais has denied it is profiting from the war in Ukraine. It comes after the company announced a sharp increase in standing fees as well as price increases for electricity and gas units for domestic customers.
Biden praises Irish efforts in Ukraine crisis during St. Patrick’s Day meeting
Department of Transport monitors 800 cases of redundant P&O . employees
Parade-goers bask in the bright sunlight
Parades across Ireland today boast their largest crowd in years with an estimated 1.5 million attendees.
Nearly 300 families of first-time buyers sign up for just 16 new affordable homes
Nearly 300 people have signed up to enter a raffle for 16 affordable homes under construction in south Dublin. The homes are priced from a minimum of €245,600 to a maximum of €285,300, discounted from 10pc to 20pc from market value.
Irish Blood Service ‘closer than ever’ to amber warning declaration
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) has revealed that it has only two days of supply left on the general blood group and is “closer than ever” to the amber warning declaration.
Bus driver fired after letting coach cut down nuisance tree branches gets €16k . bonus
A bus driver has been fired after leaving his bus and passengers unattended when he cut a tree branch that obstructed the driveway. was awarded €15,800 in compensation.
Michael D Higgins urges Ireland to extend its benevolence to the people of Ukraine
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-taoiseach-to-stay-in-the-us-for-at-least-ten-days-after-positive-covid-test-bord-gais-denies-it-is-profiting-from-ukrainian-war-41459025.html Evening headlines: Taoiseach to stay in the US for at least ten days after testing positive for Covid; Bord Gais denies it ‘profited from the Ukraine war’