Headlines: English tourist, 24, left in critical condition after latest attack in Dublin; and rising prices increase the pensions of 200,000 public sector workers

Here are this morning’s top stories on Independent.ie.

Inflation is driving up public sector pensions by 200,000

There are almost 200,000 officials benefited from skyrocketing inflation because their pension pots are guaranteed to increase in value.

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English tourist (24) in critical condition after latest attack in the capital

A English tourist remains in hospital in critical condition after being hit in the head in Dublin city center at the weekend.

‘You feel vulnerable’ – Teachers face a growing problem of online abuse

Post-primary teachers are increasingly exposed Online abuse on social media platformslike Tiktok and Instagram.

Holohan line: Other universities announce they pay for seconded experts

The paymaster system for seconded officers and civil servants remains unclear – with questions about its administration after planned transfer of chief physician Dr. Tony Holohan to Trinity College.

Our wettest and sunniest cities revealed

Historical data shows that in a country known for rain, Newport in Co Mayo holds the distinction for having the highest rainfall in the country. However, if you need sunshine, Drive to Rosslare in Co Wexford, Ireland’s sunniest town.

Political parties should be banned from accepting donations via cryptocurrencies

Parties are prohibited from accepting financial donations via cryptocurrencies under new political integrity rules being drafted amid fears of Russian interference in Irish elections.

Riots in Sweden as far-right party vows to burn Koran

Riots broke out again in southern Sweden over the weekend, although the police passed a rally an Islamophobic far-right group planning to burn a Koran.

Union leader calls for ‘urgent’ pay rises for civil servants

A senior union leader says there is an “urgent need” for additional pay rises for workers 340,000 civil servants in the country to stabilize the current collective agreement.

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