Headlines: scramble to fill 700 jobs as 500,000 pass through airport; Holohan could have sideline jobs in the private sector as part of the TCD deal

The Trinity role gave Dr. Tony Holohan the opportunity to take on part-time jobs in the private sector

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan could have done paid work in the private sector as part of his job €2 million per year teaching and research package while a Trinity College professor.

The tragic Aidan Moffitt and Michael Snee will be buried next week

The funeral of Aidan Moffitt should take place on Easter Monday at 12 noon. Separately, Michael Snee will be buried next week alongside his mother in the parish of St Joseph’s, Ballytivnan, which includes the Cartron area where he grew up.

Gardaí board a Ryanair plane to arrest a man for allegedly smoking in the toilet

Race to save the summer as record passenger numbers take off at Dublin Airport

Passenger numbers are fast approaching record levels Dublin Airport ahead of the Easter weekendwhile managers scramble to fill up to 700 positions.

“Russians, do you think you can ever defeat us?” ask defiant Ukrainians

In a stuffy metro station in Kharkiv, the strain of 50 days of protection from Russian shelling begins to show.

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Blow for Russia as missile attack sinks flagship after using drones as bait

According to the Russian Defense Ministry the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet sank last night after a fire detonated ammunition on board.

The Indo Daily: For goodness sake! What turf wars, the CO2 tax and other budget increases mean for you

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Caitríona Perry announces pregnancy with second child

RTÉ news channel Caitríona Perry has announced that she is expecting her second child.

Mary McAleese says churches in Ireland are ‘channels for homophobia’

Former President Mary McAleese said all major churches in Ireland are “channels for homophobia”. and that questions need to be asked to address this problem.

The credit union is raising fees despite trying to lure customers in Ulster and KBC

One of the largest credit unions in the country is to increase its fees for using his checking account.

The two-tier pay gap after primary education will be reduced by the return of the grant

Secondary teachers hired since 2010 receive a Restored key allowance withdrawn at peak of austerity a decade ago.

The British IS “Beatle” is threatened with a US prison for hostage killings

The British Islamic State (IS) “Beatle” El Shafee Elsheikh could face life in a “supermax” prison in Colorado after a US court found him guilty of his role in the kidnapping and murder of western hostages in Syria. Headlines: scramble to fill 700 jobs as 500,000 pass through airport; Holohan could have sideline jobs in the private sector as part of the TCD deal

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