Today’s headlines: Fears cheap liquor law will cut tax revenues as shoppers head north; The billionaire Comer brothers want to buy Waterford Airport

Fears of banning cheap alcohol in the next household will send shoppers north

New laws banning the sale of cheap alcohol could reduce tax revenue as people travel to Northern Ireland to buy beer, spirits and wine.

Seaside businesses are reaping the rewards of the August heatwave as sunbathers flock

Sun-seekers flocked to Ireland’s beaches and parks as the country basked in the first August heatwave in years.

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Green leader Eamon Ryan’s mother dies after an accident while on family vacation

Green leader Eamon Ryan’s mother died in an accident while on family vacation.

The billionaire Comer brothers have agreed to pay up to €20m to buy Waterford Airport

THE billionaire Comer brothers – the Galway-born investors who own a huge property portfolio across Europe – have agreed to pay up to €20m to buy a majority stake in Waterford Airport, the Irish Independent has learned.

Andrew McGinley says he plans to divorce his wife who killed his three children

Andrew McGinley said he decided to divorce his wife, who killed his three children.

Trump does not want to answer questions about allegations of fraud under oath

Donald Trump invoked the Fifth Amendment to avoid answering questions about alleged fraud at his business empire, despite previously claiming the maneuver was itself evidence of crime.

Ryan Giggs’ ex tells jury she’s ‘a slave to his wants and needs’

Former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs’ ex-girlfriend has told court she has become “a slave to all his needs and demands”.

Generational rents face skyrocketing costs and evictions

Ireland’s rental price crisis delivers sobering statistics almost every day. Last week, the public learned that 10,492 people are homeless, the number of eviction notices has risen by 58 percent, that at the beginning of the month there were only 716 properties available for rent and the average rent is now 1,618 euros.

From Normal People to The Favourite, costumes worn in top TV shows and films are on display

Go behind the scenes at a new exhibition of great costumes from the Irish film and television industry and discover less costume drama and more drama about the fate of Irish costumes.

The IRFU ban on transgender women sets a “dangerous precedent,” opponents say

The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is being urged to reconsider its decision to ban transgender women from female-contact rugby competitions amid fears it will set a “dangerous precedent” in other sports.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-fears-cheap-alcohol-law-will-cut-tax-take-as-shoppers-head-north-billionaire-comer-brothers-agree-to-buy-waterford-airport-41903977.html Today’s headlines: Fears cheap liquor law will cut tax revenues as shoppers head north; The billionaire Comer brothers want to buy Waterford Airport

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