Today’s headlines: Convict in benefit case alleged to have claimed over €185,000 in fraud that began in 1995; ‘Psychic Impostor’ faces Garda investigation

Children have to wait up to four years for autism assessments, which could be crucial

Children wait up to four years for an autism assessment, and thousands more across the country are wasting precious time without life-changing interventions.

Mercury rises to record levels on the day of the scorching sun

Ireland yesterday recorded its hottest temperature in more than a century as parts of Dublin hit a muggy 33C.

Revealed: Age group most likely to get Covid as Omicron-specific vaccines set to launch in October

There are increasing signs of optimism that the summer wave of the virus is running out of breath.

‘Psychic Impostor’ faces a Garda probe when the court revokes the secret mansion debt deal

A criminal investigation has been launched into a former accountant who was secretly co-owner of a luxury Spanish property when he entered into a personal bankruptcy agreement (PIA) that wrote off millions of dollars in debt.

The man to be sentenced in a benefit case had demanded over 185,000 euros in a fraud that began in 1995

A man is due to be sentenced later this month for welfare fraud that began in 1995 and stole more than €185,000.

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Banks urged to spare variable rate customers from ECB rate hike

Lenders have been urged to absorb the week’s rise in European interest rates rather than pass it on to adjustable rate mortgage holders.

Landlords and tenants have to pay 130,000 euros in rent disputes this year

Landlords and tenants who have been involved in disputes in recent months have been ordered to pay more than 130,000 euros for violating tenancy law.

Over 1,600 homeworkers submit tax relief requests in “real time” for invoices

More than 1,600 telecommuters hit by huge energy price hikes have applied for tax breaks in their next pay package since the beginning of the year.

RTÉ spent €4.3m more on staff and contractors last year despite pledges to cut costs

RTÉ spent over €4.3m more on staff and contractors last year compared to 2020, despite management pushing to reduce its payroll and other costs by €60m over three years.

Fears of a complete disruption in gas supplies to Europe are growing

Gazprom has declared “force majeure” for gas supplies to Europe, fueling fears of a full shutdown that could lead to energy shortages across the continent this winter.

Ukraine: Zelenskyy suspends 28 more security officials over concerns about Russian cooperation

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday expanded the restructuring of his security services by suspending 28 more officers, a day after he fired two senior officials over allegations that their agencies were harboring “collaborators and traitors”. Today’s headlines: Convict in benefit case alleged to have claimed over €185,000 in fraud that began in 1995; ‘Psychic Impostor’ faces Garda investigation

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