Today’s headlines: 10-month-old baby abandoned by car thief; Vulnerable street sex workers have been “exploited” by Gardai, according to a new report

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A 10-month-old baby was left on the side of the road by a car thief who made off in the family vehicle

A 10-month-old child was left on the side of the road by a man who stole a family car with the toddler in the back seat.

The referee of the ‘psychic cheater’ is stepping down from his role as referee at Leinster Rugby after the court hearing in July

A referee and sports administrator who lost a €2.7million court-approved debt deal over his failure to declare a luxury overseas property has resigned from his role at Leinster Rugby.

Defiant Troy resigns, insisting ‘I won’t apologize for being a landlord’

Robert Troy has dramatically resigned as Minister of State but struck a defiant tone as he insisted he would not apologize for being a landlord after 10 days of controversy over his undeclared property interests.

Vulnerable street sex workers have been “exploited” by Gardaí, according to a new report

According to a study published today, street prostitutes have been “sexually exploited” and pressured into selling sex to gardaí.

EUR 1,000 recognition bonus for nursing home employees among thousands not yet

Private care home staff, health workers and members of the defense forces who have been working on the front lines at the height of the pandemic have yet to receive the government’s Covid recognition bonus.

The cost of living is forcing the Dublin startup to move to Barcelona

Dublin’s skyrocketing rents have forced Trinity neuroscientist Evan Mcgloughlin and his childhood friends to head to Barcelona to launch their language-learning app, Weeve.

“More than 11,000 Ukrainian students are expected to start classes by the start of the school year

The number of Ukrainian pupils in Irish schools is set to rise significantly to over 11,000 next week – and the number is set to continue to rise.

Obesity experts fear the rise of e-scooters could come at the expense of healthy options like walking

They are hailed by green advocates as a sustainable mode of transport – and can become a bane to passers-by as they whiz by on sidewalks. However, obesity expert Professor Donal O’Shea has warned that he shares public health doctors’ concerns about the potential impact of e-scooters, which could result in people walking or cycling less.

Anti-Seagull Bags are the latest weapon in the fight against pesky scavengers that rip garbage bags to pieces

Dublin City Council (DCC) has a new weapon in the fight against seagulls: super-strong garbage bags that can’t be torn apart by beaks.

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A new chapter for liberties as the great love of the word makes the shutters open in the new bookstore

James Madigan of the Liberties Cultural Association said the opening of Books At One in a former butcher’s shop that closed some 16 years ago symbolized an exciting new chapter for the community, with children in particular having suffered badly from the closure of the local library about 20 years ago.

Thousands of Ukrainians celebrate their Independence Day in Dublin Today’s headlines: 10-month-old baby abandoned by car thief; Vulnerable street sex workers have been “exploited” by Gardai, according to a new report

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