Donald Trump announces US presidential bid for 2024, but daughter Ivanka says she’s not in it this time
Former US President Donald Trump has launched his third campaign for the White House just a week after a disappointing midterm performance for Republicans.
More than 100 victims are gagged by settlements in court cases over the actions of child molestation surgeon Michael Shine
More than 100 lawsuits against a religious order over the activities of convicted child molester and former surgeon Michael Shine have been settled – but victims were gagged to discuss the outcome of their cases.
Three teachers from Templeogue College Secondary School bring cases to the Workplace Relations Commission
The management of a large boys’ secondary school is facing a series of staff-related cases in the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).
Raising the fuel allowance threshold will benefit over 80,000
Thousands of Irish households are set to qualify for a fuel allowance worth nearly €1,000 for the first time from next year.
ICA is able to remove two members who have repeatedly raised governance concerns as directors
Two women could be ousted as directors of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association after raising concerns about how the country’s largest and oldest women’s organization is working.
The Indo Daily: Rolling Pins at Dawn – How controversy has engulfed the Irish Countrywomen’s Association
“We can’t sit around all day – we want the dignity of working here”
One morning last June, Sergey Chudayev woke up at 4 a.m. in his Kyiv apartment to the sound of an airplane overhead, while his dog frantically ran in circles.
Rent review cases rise as tenants question rent increases, charity says
HOUSING charity Threshold has seen a sharp rise in rent adjustment cases over the past two months as tenants grow concerned about whether they can afford a raise amid a cost of living crisis.
Abuse victims work with Spiritan order on a restorative justice plan
The Spiritan community will today announce a restore justice initiative to help those who have suffered sexual abuse in their schools in Ireland.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/morning-headlines-donald-trump-announces-2024-us-presidential-bid-hike-in-fuel-allowance-threshold-will-benefit-over-80000-religious-order-gags-victims-as-it-settles-lawsuits-42147239.html Morning headlines: Donald Trump announces US presidential bid for 2024; Over 80,000 will benefit from an increase in the fuel registration threshold; Religious order gags victims while settling lawsuits