Today’s headlines: 360,000 Irish households face increase in waste collection charges; Criminal Gavin Quinn, who attempted to “butcher” Garda, was released from prison just weeks after his conviction

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More than 350,000 customers of the garbage can company Panda are said to be affected by double-digit price increases

One of the country’s largest waste collection companies plans to impose double-digit price increases on households starting next month.

Criminal who tried to ‘slaughter Garda’ released from prison

A violent criminal who tried to ‘butcher’ a Lake Garda with his brother has been released from prison just over a month after being convicted of the attack.

Sinn Féin TD Says “Rental Broker Error” Behind Not Registering Rental Properties With RTB

A rental property by Sinn Féin TD Johnny Guirke has not been registered with the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB), the Irish Independent is able to reveal.

The alleged car thief, who abandoned a nine-month-old baby by the side of the road, was on bail at the time

A man arrested in connection with the theft of a car with a baby in it was on bail at the time.

The screening service lost 11 months due to the impact of Covid-19

BreastCheck has lost almost a year of screening time after having to pause during the worst months of Covid to track infection control measures, new figures have revealed.

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Micheál Martin faces backlash for backing Robert Troy in a row as TDs question the verdict

Taoiseach Micheál Martin is facing backlash from Fianna Fáil for failing to act more decisively and earlier on the case of embattled former junior minister Robert Troy.

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Number of mortgage switches doubles

Rising interest rates and the closure of two retail banks have meant that the number of homeowners switching mortgages has doubled.

The government warned against imposing new taxes on energy companies

Energy companies will oppose any attempt to levy a windfall tax on their profits, warning it would deter companies from investing in Ireland.

Father-to-be Dowling has been “compared to the Magdalene Laundries” by trolls.

Brian Dowling and his husband Arthur Gourounlian have opened up about the negative criticism they’ve received online since announcing they are expecting their first child.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-360000-irish-homes-facing-increase-in-bin-charges-criminal-gavin-quinn-who-tried-to-butcher-garda-released-from-prison-just-weeks-after-being-sentenced-41937984.html Today’s headlines: 360,000 Irish households face increase in waste collection charges; Criminal Gavin Quinn, who attempted to “butcher” Garda, was released from prison just weeks after his conviction

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