Today’s headlines: €59,000 state job for ex-Chief Justice with no open competition; Ex-Garda to prison for stealing 43 euros from a fellow officer’s lunch box on the station

Farmers can’t be forced to sell land to pay off debts after landmark bankruptcy ruling

A major High Court ruling means heavily indebted farmers can use Personal Insolvency Proceedings (PIAs) to avoid being forced to sell their land.

€59,000 state job for former Chief Justice with no open competition

Former Chief Justice Frank Clarke was appointed President of the Law Reform Commission with an annual salary of €59,000 without an open recruitment process.

Ex-Garda jailed for stealing 43 euros from fellow officer’s lunchbox at station

A former Lake Garda man has been jailed for seven months for breaking into a colleague’s locker and stealing €43 in cash from a lunch box inside.

Minister Fianna Fáil flew economy, while Minister of the Greens traveled in business class

Minister Fianna Fáil flew economy, while Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin traveled business class to attend the same conference in Dubai, it emerged.

Afternoon flights will most likely be cut by Aer Lingus amid the Heathrow roulette

Aer Lingus – the fourth largest operator at Heathrow – has been repeatedly urged by London Airport to reduce the number of flights it operates. As the airline weighs its options, afternoon flights are the most likely.

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Man interrogated over alleged €170,000 money laundering and PUP scam

A man in his 20s is being questioned by Gardaí in connection with an alleged fraud and money laundering operation involving false claims on the pandemic unemployment benefit.

Airbnb claims rules banning online advertising of illegal rentals ‘do not work’

Airbnb has said the government’s proposed fines for online platforms that advertise illegal short-term rentals “won’t work”.

More people are entitled to a ‘breakthrough’ Covid antiviral drug

More vulnerable people who contract Covid-19 and are fully vaccinated are entitled to so-called breakthrough antiviral drug Paxlovid to reduce their risk of becoming very ill, the HSE confirmed yesterday.

The video shows the police waiting in the hallway after the Uvalde gunman raged

A Texas newspaper has published video of police and federal agents responding to the shooting at a Uvalde elementary school in May, footage that is at the center of a debate between state and local officials as they investigate law enforcement’s actions in the killing spree .

The brother of a teenager, 14, who drowned on Dublin beach is starting a fundraiser to help pay for his funeral

Bradley Lulendo, 14, died Monday July 11 after getting into trouble while swimming at Burrow Beach. His brother Pasias Lulendo set up GoFundMe to help pay for the funeral.

Tributes to the midwife, 22, who was killed in an accident in Waterford while traveling home after working the night shift

Tributes were paid to a young midwife who tragically died in a road accident in Co Waterford on Tuesday morning. Today’s headlines: €59,000 state job for ex-Chief Justice with no open competition; Ex-Garda to prison for stealing 43 euros from a fellow officer’s lunch box on the station

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