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Today’s headlines: burglars can no longer assert claims for damages; The government says working from home can save you €1,400 a year

Here are the morning’s top stories from Independent.ie

Burglars can no longer make claims for injuries sustained

Cabinet has agreed to amend insurance legislation to make it harder for personal injury cases to take legal action against businesses and community groups.

Home equity borrowers are in a rush to set rates amid rising interest rate fears

A large number of homeowners, exposed to rate hikes, have been found rushing to commit to cheap fixed rates. In a significant market shift, many people are also dumping pricier tracker mortgages in favor of long-term fixed rates, brokers said.

“Orgy of Vandalism” as a gang of burglars destroys the Garda family home

A gang of burglars searched a Garda’s home and caused thousands of euros in damage after finding the officer’s service book during the burglary. The infamous Tallaght gang were on a crime spree when they broke into the distinguished officer’s family home.

Santina Cawley’s mum Bridget ‘I said of course I want to hold her – I didn’t want to think she was dead’

Work from home “and save up to 1,400 euros every year”

Workers can save more than €1,400 a year by working from home, according to a new government study. The results, published by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, show that working from home is more environmentally friendly.

Eoghan Harris’ wife, Gwen Halley, is being sued over a Twitter account

A defamation case has been launched against the wife of former columnist Eoghan Harris after she admitted to being behind a controversial pseudonymous Twitter account.

Appeal to the man who turned in murdered Lisa Thompson’s ID to the police station

Gardaí last night tried to make urgent contact with a man described as a “potential witness” in the investigation into the murder of mother-of-two Lisa Thompson.

Over 30,000 Ukrainian refugees are now in Ireland as the number of new arrivals rises again to almost 260 a day

The number of Ukrainian refugees arriving in Ireland has risen after an Easter break, attributed to the number of holidaymakers taking seats on flights.

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More than 260 private daycare centers fear closure

More than 260 private childcare providers have warned they may have to close their doors as they accuse the government of forcing them out of the sector.

The world is against us, says the Russian ex-colonel while pointing to Ukraine’s million-strong army

Ukraine’s invasion has left Russia at risk of “complete international isolation,” a retired colonel said in a rare show of dissent on state television.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-burglars-will-no-longer-be-able-to-claim-for-suffering-injury-government-says-working-from-home-can-save-you-1400-a-year-41660272.html Today’s headlines: burglars can no longer assert claims for damages; The government says working from home can save you €1,400 a year

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