Here’s this morning’s top Independent.ie news.
Over 360,000 households are waiting for revenue to windfall
Revenue estimates that around 366,000 households could be in for a treat after unknowingly overpaying in taxes last year.
RTÉ newsreader Eileen Dunne surprises viewers by announcing his immediate retirement live on air
RTÉ news presenter Eileen Dunne surprised Nine News viewers by announcing her immediate retirement at the end of Friday night’s bulletin.
Soprano Celine Byrne is stepping down from her position at the Turkish cosmetic surgery company
Opera singer Celine Byrne has resigned from her position as director of the Irish branch of a Turkish company specializing in medical tourism.
“Cruel” deathbed decisions foisted on mothers following a court verdict
Women involved in the CervicalCheck controversies who have terminal cancer are no longer able to legally protect their children while they are alive.
Both Brian Coxes involved in hilarious hotel accident
Over 300 million euros in sales expected in the Black Friday boom
Black Friday sales will defy rising inflation, recession fears and sweeping post-pandemic sales to give Irish retailers the biggest sales boost in almost a decade.
The lawyer, who was reprimanded by the regulator, claims that he cannot afford to pay the client compensation
A lawyer reprimanded for inadequately representing a divorced person has told the legal service regulator that he cannot afford to compensate his former client.
‘This is not the direction the COP should be going’ – curbs for protesters take the shine off climate summit
The “demonstration zone” designated by the Egyptian government for COP27-related protests and rallies was empty during the fortnightly climate summit. An organizer from Friends of the Earth International said there was no way they would consider such a ‘fish in a barrel’ arrangement.
Collaborators who helped the Russians during the occupation of Kherson are being hunted down
Officials fear soldiers are hiding in plain sight and many are fleeing without reprisals.
Irish Countrywomen Presidents are writing to leadership to express their anger at the revelations
A growing number of leaders of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association have expressed their anger, shock and frustration at the ongoing controversy surrounding Ireland’s oldest and largest women’s organisation.
Ireland Weather Forecast: Cold temperatures persist with scattered showers as forecast
Today will start out cold and dry with some rain showers, becoming heavy at times, Met Éireann has forecast.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/morning-headlines-366000-owed-tax-refund-by-revenue-rte-news-reader-eileen-dunne-surprises-viewers-by-announcing-instant-retirement-live-on-air-42156256.html Headlines this morning: 366,000 tax refund owed by the tax office; RTÉ newsreader Eileen Dunne surprises viewers by announcing his immediate retirement live on air