Catriona Carey could lose family home ‘after not paying a mortgage for 10 years’
Convicted fraudster Catriona Carey is facing the loss of her family home after failing to pay back her mortgage for the past 10 years.
Rental prices hit record highs as supply falls to an all-time low
Rental costs are at an all-time high and supply is at its lowest on record.
Chef Dylan McGrath is struggling to keep two companies
Celebrity chef Dylan McGrath, who has weathered Dublin’s economic crash, ill health and precarious restaurant scene, is now struggling to keep two of his businesses afloat.
Rent Crisis: As a student, finding accommodation in Dublin was an absolute nightmare
When Mailana Lessa (28) first came to Dublin from her hometown of Salvador in Brazil nine months ago, she had no idea that she was ending up in the middle of a housing crisis.
Companies now need a license to take water from rivers and lakes
Strong water users will be required by law to apply for a license to extract stocks from rivers and lakes under new rules agreed by the cabinet.
Concerns about government inaction on drugs known to cause birth defects
There are major concerns over the state’s failure to launch an investigation into a drug that has caused serious birth defects and developmental delays in at least 1,200 Irish babies.
Head of care warns of lack of beds and nursing staff
There is a “real likelihood” there will be a shortage of staff and care homes to cater for Ireland’s aging population in the coming years, the chairman of care home chain CareChoice has warned.
Sinn Fein wants to withdraw 10-year contribution-free limit for pension
Sinn Féin is pushing for a 10-year reduction in the maximum contribution limit for the public pension scheme, the PRSI.
The FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid and what it could mean for Donald Trump
Former US President Donald Trump routinely tore up papers during his tenure – and took at least 15 boxes of official papers with him to Florida (including documents clearly marked as classified) upon leaving the White House.
Ex-Ennis-Hill coach banned for life for sexually inappropriate conduct
Toni Minichiello, who led Britain’s Jessica Ennis-Hill to heptathlon gold at the London 2012 Olympics, has been banned for life after a disciplinary panel set up by the UK Athletics Board found he had engaged in sexually inappropriate conduct.
‘Ultra Clean Water’ – Irish Beach voted Best Wild Swimming in the UK & Ireland
A survey conducted by British reusable bottle company Ocean Bottle lists 20 wild bathing spots – out of no fewer than six in Ireland.
Israeli troops kill three militants in a raid on the West Bank
Israeli forces killed three Palestinian militants and wounded dozens in a shootout that broke out yesterday during an arrest raid in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-catriona-carey-could-lose-family-home-after-failing-to-pay-mortgage-for-nearly-10-years-rent-prices-hit-record-levels-as-supply-plunges-to-all-time-low-41901456.html Today’s headlines: Catriona Carey could lose family home after not paying her mortgage for nearly 10 years; Rental prices hit record highs as supply falls to an all-time low