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Today’s headlines: Festival ticket prices soar amid rising insurance costs; and Green TDs found out about the suspension via text message just before the media

Here’s today’s top news on Independent.ie

Ticket prices are rising as summer festivals and events face rising insurance costs

Ticket prices for summer festivals and shows will soar due to rising insurance premiums and skyrocketing spending. Event organizers have said customers are likely to be pocketed, with entry fees rising by as much as €10 in some cases.

Green TDs found out about a six-month suspension via text message just before the media broke

The Greens told TDs Neasa Hourigan and Patrick Costello that they had been suspended for six months via text message just minutes before the release of a media statement, it emerged.

The HSE insists on an “intense response” after Kerry’s double-murder suicide

The HSE has said that despite concerns from local residents there was and remains an “intense response” to support the Lixnaw community following a double murder suicide last year.

Dublin store clerk treated for injury after attempted armed robbery

A Dublin shop worker was treated for a lacerated arm after Thursday night’s attempted armed robbery of a shop in the Liberties area.

Allowing doubters to question vaccines is ‘key to building trust’

Raising doubts is essential to boosting confidence in vaccines, research has shown. The University of Limerick (UL) study, which analyzed data from more than 140 countries, showed that partially convinced people can help instill confidence in vaccination as part of a ‘human chain of influence’.

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Taoiseach is set to hold talks with Stormont leaders amid Northern Ireland protocol stalemate

Taoiseach Micheal Martin is due to hold talks with political leaders in Belfast today amid the ongoing gridlock in Stormont over the Northern Ireland Protocol.

Civil servants’ annual pension payments are ‘continuously underestimated’ due to department ‘miscalculations’

Estimates of pension payments for civil servants are “consistently underestimated,” officials at the Ministry of Public Expenditure and Reform have been told.

Homeowners are 300,000 euros better off than renters, official data shows

The richest 10 percent had net household wealth of at least $750,000, while the bottom 10 percent had less than $600.

Adolescents see a slower increase in cancer survival rates than other groups

Adolescents and young adults with cancer in Ireland are not seeing the same increase in survival rates for the disease as children and older groups, it emerged yesterday.

Ireland’s oldest shop has survived for more than 200 years but still has an eye on the future

The future of what is probably Ireland’s oldest business seems secure. Jeremiah Higgins has been trading on Main Street in Claremorris, Co. Mayo since 1820.

Singer David Gray campaigns to save the endangered songbird Curlew

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