Here are today’s top stories on Independent.ie.
Holohan salary €30,000 higher than other Trinity professors
Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan will earn $30,000 more annually than most Trinity College professors when he starts his new academic role, it came out.
Germans intercept radio messages proving Russians killed civilians
Radio messages proving that Russian troops murdered Ukrainian civilians in Bucha were intercepted by German intelligence.
Well-known landlord Jay Bourke will seek a deal with the IRS to avoid bankruptcy
A sore throat and hoarse voice may indicate an Omicron variant, but you’re 25 percent less likely to end up in the hospital
Hoarseness and sore throat are more common symptoms of infection with the Omicron varianta new study has revealed.
Irish teenagers are leading the way in Europe by saying no to unhealthy sugary drinks
There was a huge drop in the number of Irish teenagers drinking sugary soft drinks on a daily basisbut consumption remains higher among less affluent children.
“Dealing with the stress of getting your unborn child to daycare… it shouldn’t be like that.”
Despite the promise of new funding Childcare worries show little sign of easing, writes Amy Molloy.
Aughinish owner calls for investigation into war crimes in Bucha
The chairman of the Russian owner of the Alumina plant Aughinish has called for “harsh punishment” for the perpetrators of the alleged murder of civilians in the Ukrainian city of Bucha. putting it on a possible collision course with the Kremlin.
The risk of vision problems increases with the use of drugs for erectile dysfunction, the study found
Viagra has been linked to a doubling of the risk of eye diseases that can lead to blindness. US research suggests.
British Chancellor Sunak questioned the millionaire’s wife’s tax status as a “non-Dom”.
British Chancellor Rishi Sunak faces demands to answer “very serious questions” about his family’s finances his wife has the tax-reducing foreigner status after it became known.
“You don’t want the public to know how wrong you are!” – Varadkar and Doherty clash in Dáil
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/news-headlines-holohan-salary-30k-higher-than-other-trinity-professors-and-germans-intercept-messages-proving-russians-killed-civilians-41532137.html Headlines: Holohan salary €30,000 higher than other Trinity professors; and Germans intercept messages proving Russians killed civilians