Today’s headlines: First-time buyers racked up €30,000 in debt in just 12 months; Developers have written off Celtic Tiger’s €13m debt

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First-time buyers have incurred 30,000 euros more debt in just twelve months

Rising house prices and pressure on the cost of living are forcing buyers to borrow more to secure a home while their purchasing power is exhausted.

Bray train passenger describes ‘unbearable’ situation: ‘There was no air conditioning, we were sweating’

A Meath woman has described the “unbearable” heat aboard the “packed” Dart as she traveled with three of her children on Sunday.

Politicians across Ireland pay tribute to former First Minister of Northern Ireland David Trimble

Good Friday Agreement co-architect David Trimble has been described as a man of “courage and vision” who took political risks after his death at the age of 77.

Agriculture faces a major challenge in finding ways to reduce emissions

An improved agricultural emissions reduction plan is needed by the sector if it is to achieve a 24-26 percent reduction in emissions.

Developers have written off €13m of Celtic Tiger debt in a High Court ruling

The High Court has written off a debt of more than €13m from two Celtic Tigers-era developers.

Irish scientists develop artificial silicone heart

In a world first, Irish scientists have developed an artificial silicone heart that should help save lives.

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Ryanair posts strong profits but winter outlook is bleak

Ryanair shrugged off airport disruptions and a volatile cost environment to beat quarterly profit expectations in its first fiscal quarter.

Tributes as a Limerick crash victim named as the brother of the Mayo footballer and fitness coach

A man and woman killed in a horror accident in Co Limerick have been identified locally as Brian Mullin and Sharon Ryan, both from Co Mayo.

HSE will need to hire thousands of workers as population grows significantly, ESRI warns

Thousands more doctors, nurses, midwives and other specialists are needed for large-scale healthcare recruitment to fill waiting lists and care for increasing numbers of elderly patients.

Dublin Fire Brigade attend a gorse fire in Killiney

TCD researcher struggles to find home for under €300,000

She has a good job and is keen to make Ireland her permanent home, but for American Rebecca Vining, the daunting task of getting a foot on the property ladder here is enough to send her home. Today’s headlines: First-time buyers racked up €30,000 in debt in just 12 months; Developers have written off Celtic Tiger’s €13m debt

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