Today’s headlines: €300 on your energy bill before you flick a switch; Flowers laid and candles lit as London prepares for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

Here are today’s top stories on Independent.ie

€300 on your energy bill before you flick a switch

Electricity and gas suppliers pushed through huge increases in basic charges during the energy crisis. Some providers now charge a basic fee of up to 700 euros per year – these are incurred regardless of the customer’s energy consumption.

“The Neighbors from Hell” – How Kinahan Cartel member Johnny Morrissey and his wife Nicola ended up on the wrong side of the locals before his dramatic arrest in Spain

Kinahan Cartel member Johnny Morrissey and his wife Nicola became “the neighbors from hell” after swapping their €5m mansion for a downsized €300,000 hideaway.

“I lost both mum and dad to breast cancer – head of household at 25 is a lonely place”

Lauren Magee’s father, Darren, was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2010. Shortly thereafter, her mother, Audrey, was also diagnosed with breast cancer. “I was 15,” says Lauren, whose younger siblings Kellie and DJ are now 16 and 22, respectively.

Flowers are laid and candles lit as London prepares for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

The world looks to Britain and sees how national mourning has united a divided society.

The growing concern of TDs about cases brought against them at the Workplace Relations Commission

There is growing concern at Leinster House over a perceived trend of employment cases being brought against TDs to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).

The amount of money people put up for a bad day is falling amid concerns about rising costs

Attitudes towards saving are changing as consumers focus on the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, according to the latest Bank of Ireland (BoI) Savings Index.

Doctors are desperate as the waiting time for lung disease tests ranges from 18 months to three years

Months, or in many cases years, delays in breath testing have forced physicians to work “blindfolded” and make “educated guesses” about patients.

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How excess heat from the data center heats up Dublin offices in a matter of weeks

“The potential is huge and this is just one project,” says Donna Gartland, Managing Director of Codema, the City of Dublin’s Energy Management Agency, which works to provide green solutions to Dublin’s electricity and heating needs.

“Queen of Soviet Pop” Alla Pugacheva condemns Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine and for making Russia a pariah

A singer dubbed the queen of Soviet pop music has denounced Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine, which she says is killing soldiers for illusory ends that burden ordinary people and make Russia a global pariah.

‘We’re all on this bus’ – at least 27 dead as Covid bus crashes in China en route to quarantine facility

Victims of a bus crash that killed 27 and injured another 20 in China have been transported to a Covid quarantine facility.

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