Ryanair and Aer Lingus have to cancel hundreds of flights as French air traffic controllers go on strike
Ryanair and Aer Lingus are among the airlines forced to cancel hundreds of flights after French air traffic controllers announced they would go on strike tomorrow.
New charge against Yousef Palani for double murder in Sligo
An assault charge against Yousef Palani, charged with the murders of Aidan Moffitt and Michael Snee in Sligo, has been upgraded to attempted murder of a third man.
Murphy: “Bizarre” to compare attack on recent Dáil protest to Burton water rate controversy
People Before Profit TD Paul Murphy said it was “bizarre” to see himself being attacked by right-wing protesters the way Joan Burton was treated at a 2014 demonstration against water charges.
Childcare services sign new federal base funding deals that freeze fees
Nearly 4,000 childcare facilities (90 per cent) have signed new basic government funding contracts, meaning the fees charged to parents are unchanged from September last year.
Shamrock Rovers fans were seen singing “Lizzie’s in a Box” again despite condemnation from the club
Crowds gather for ‘few bits’ when Taoiseach opens Tallaght Penneys
The crowd had gathered early and the line stretched all the way to the parking lot. The Taoiseach should be expected at any moment in The Square, the iconic shopping center in the sprawling south Dublin suburb of Tallaght. But those who waited patiently in a well-groomed line weren’t here for Micheál Martin.
Car dealer is challenging two customers for reimbursement for selling previously crashed cars
The CPCC took enforcement action against John McLoughlin, who deals at Mac Autos, Raheny, Dublin 5, following complaints from consumers who bought from him in 2018 and 2020.
Britain risks further angering the EU by responding to post-Brexit legal threats
The UK has risked further angering the European Union by responding to legal threats over the Northern Ireland Protocol by refusing to fully implement the post-Brexit deal.
Former CMO joins Irish Hospice Foundation board
dr Tony Holohan, who left the Department of Health in July and is now Adjunct Full Prof of Public Health at UCD, said: “I am honored to take on the role on the Board of the Irish Hospice Foundation. This is an important time for the Foundation and the healthcare sectors in which it operates.
Homeowners are demanding higher grants to cover retrofit costs
A large number of homeowners say grants designed to encourage them to make their homes more energy efficient are too low.
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