Headlines: Schools and GPs on high alert over strep A threat; Happy women and children escape unharmed in the night of gang mayhem

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

Schools and general practitioners are being put on high alert for strep A threat

Parents, doctors and schools are being urged to watch for signs of Strep A, a bacterial infection that can lead to serious and life-threatening illness.

A big freeze will rock the system after years of mild seasons

The frigid conditions engulfing Ireland will feel all the more terrifying – because they come after six consecutive seasons of above-average temperatures.

Gayle Killilea claims Dermot Desmond fell through on the €2million deal for plans for a Celtic Tiger-era mansion

The socialite claims the billionaire failed to honor an agreement to pay her for plans and specifications for a property in Dublin’s embassy belt.

The Indo Daily: Exposed – the Christmas editions of convicted fraudster Catriona Carey

The Indo Daily: Exposed – the Christmas editions of convicted fraudster Catriona Carey


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Women, children lucky to escape unharmed in the night of gang mayhem

Detectives believe they have identified the ruthless gunman who fired four shots at one of Ireland’s most notorious gangland criminals in an aimed gun attack.

Tensions at Sinn Féin as McDonald ally writes cryptic Facebook post

One of Mary Lou McDonald’s oldest political allies posted a cryptic Facebook message criticizing people for pulling up the ladder behind them when they’re successful.

Ukrainian children capture the joy of Christmas despite a harrowing year

Free GP care for children up to the age of seven who are facing delays due to missing the deadline

The year-end deadline for the long-awaited extension of free GP care for children aged six and seven is likely to be missed again – despite being promised more than a year ago.

‘Applications take 10 to 12 weeks’ – Dáil hears of lengthy delays in deciding who to help with fuel bills

As it emerged yesterday, people who were normally granted energy bill subsidies in a cold snap now have to wait up to three months for their cases to be heard.

A Russian deserter opens fire on police as he tries to return from the war in Ukraine

A Russian deserter opened fire on police in the southern Russian city of Novoshakhtinsk, injuring an officer in the latest case of an apparent mutiny over the war in Ukraine.

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