Today’s headlines: A bank card error leaked a free drink at the Aviva on Saturday; uncovered the most crowded elementary school classrooms in the country

Here are the top stories of the day.

A processing error on the bank card caused a free drink to flow at the Aviva on Saturday

An error in bank card processing resulted in 75 percent of the food and drink allotment for Saturday night’s American football event at Aviva Stadium being given away for free.

Arrested gang suspect who is ‘very close’ to scammer jailed for €205,000 fraud against account holders

A suspect arrested during a major money laundering investigation under anti-gangland laws is a very close associate of a criminal who was sentenced to three years in prison last month in a €205,000 scam of AIB customers after their Accounts have been “taken over”.

Revealed: The country’s most overcrowded elementary school classes

Almost one in eight students in elementary schools here was in overcrowded classes last year, even though average class sizes have fallen to their lowest level in two decades.

We can’t fit 24 kids in a classroom because the fire certificate is only for 22, says the principal, who is fighting to improve facilities

St Catherine’s is so tight on space that 18 staff are forced to use a disabled toilet.

Revealed: Irish Water announces hose line ban in one county while others are at risk as water levels hit historic lows

It starts at midnight and lasts four weeks, but can be extended if there isn’t enough rain by then to replenish supplies.

The couple stole Joe Biden’s daughter’s diary and attempted to sell it to the Trump campaign in 2020

Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley’s diary was taken by two people who were trying to sell it to Donald Trump’s campaign team ahead of the 2020 election, a court has heard.

‘Sip til Send’ – Limerick Hospital is leading the way with a new initiative to ease the discomfort of women who have had an elective Caesarean section

For elective caesareans, fasting prior to surgery can leave heavily pregnant women waiting without food or even fluids — sometimes several hours.

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Pledges to end direct care by 2024 are now seriously in doubt, says Children’s Secretary Roderic O’Gorman

Government pledges to end direct care for migrants by 2024 look increasingly unlikely. Minister Roderic O’Gorman said the arrival of 45,000 Ukrainians and a doubling in the number of people of other nationalities seeking protection in Ireland had prompted a serious rethink.

Paul Pogba says he is the target of blackmail by an organized gang after his brother releases bizarre video promising ‘explosive revelations’

Footballer Paul Pogba’s brother has released a bizarre video in four different languages ​​in which he promises “sparkling” revelations about the world champion.

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