Today’s headlines: Dublin victims named as homicide inquiry finds people ‘come and went’ from flat after death; Thousands face the most expensive tariffs for electricity and gas

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Dublin victim named as murder inquest discovers people ‘come and went’ from flat where he lay dead the day

Gardaí last night worked to find out why and when a 28-year-old man suffered fatal head injuries before his body was left to decompose for over a week in a flat in north central Dublin.

Thousands face the switch to the highest tariffs after the latest operator left the Irish market

Thousands of households are forced to pay the most expensive electricity and gas tariffs as more suppliers flee the Irish market. When energy suppliers drop out, their customers are transferred to so-called “suppliers of last resort”.

“A landmark step” – The National Women’s Council welcomes the introduction of free contraceptives for women aged 17-25

Free contraception for women aged 17 to 25 is due to go into effect this week, representing a significant financial saving. Women of this age are entitled to free prescriptions as well as free consultations with their family doctor.

Eliminate health insurance tax breaks and end lower sales tax rates, Treasury Secretary Paschal Donohoe is told in the tax report

Eliminating tax breaks on health insurance premiums, scrapping lower sales tax rates on fuel and new homes, and ending the buyer’s assistance program are among the Tax Commission’s controversial recommendations.

One-time doubling of social benefits proposed as Michael McGrath unveils €1.8 billion package to tackle cost-of-living crisis

Public Expenditure Secretary Michael McGrath has unveiled a potential €1.8 billion living expenses package to his Fianna Fáil counterparts.

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Teacher Enoch Burke is today applying for his release from prison

Enoch Burke will seek parole today when his challenge to a school’s decision to suspend him from work returns to the High Court.

The new minimum wage of €11.30 is due to be introduced in January, but union officials wanted it increased to €12 an hour

Two members of the Low Pay Commission opposed her recommendation to raise the national minimum wage to €11.30 an hour because they believed the increase should be higher.

Motor neuron disease is a huge burden, but there is only one nurse for every 100 people with the disease

Eithne Cawley is one of just four visiting nurses caring for more than 410 people with MND in Ireland – that’s 103 patients and seven districts per nurse.

Garth Brooks at Munster Rugby: “He just showed up out of the blue. Chris Farrell passed out

Munster Rugby assistant coach Denis Leamy has spoken of his shock at seeing Garth Brooks walk into an indoor training session while the team were practicing their mauls.

Striking inequalities as public patients wait more than six months for heart tests

Striking inequalities have emerged in access to a critical diagnostic test needed for most heart conditions. Public patients face delays of at least six months to over a year, while a private appointment faces an average wait of up to a month. Today’s headlines: Dublin victims named as homicide inquiry finds people ‘come and went’ from flat after death; Thousands face the most expensive tariffs for electricity and gas

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