Headlines tonight: Varadkar bans ministers from bringing mobile phones to cabinet meetings over ‘security risks’; The backlog of cases at An Bord Pleanála is now 2,300

Ministers banned from bringing mobile phones to cabinet meetings because of ‘security risk’

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The backlog of cases at An Bord Pleanála is now 2,300

The future of An Bord Pleanála is in a “critical” state with its operations in a “crisis” and an “internal crisis” among staff.

Senior member of scammers caught flushing documents in hotel toilet and jailed

A high-ranking member of an international organized crime gang has been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in an €800,000 money laundering and fraud operation.

Religious community loses tax dispute with the tax office

A religious community has lost a €11,218 tax dispute with the Inland Revenue over imports of religious statues and ironwork placed in a monastery here.

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