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Today’s headlines: Five members of prolific burglary gang arrested after high-speed chase; Warning that a turf ban could bring down the government

Here are this morning’s top stories on Independent.ie

‘Anti-rural’: Greens warned plans to ban peat could derail coalition

In an extraordinary series of private meetings yesterday, the Environment Secretary was attacked by Fine Gael TDs, some of whom shouted down and harassed him. At a separate meeting he was told by Fianna Fáil TDs that his plan could topple the coalition.

Rising rents as landlords exit the market, new leases are cut in half

Rental costs have increased over the past year amid a chronic shortage of real estate as landlords exit the market.

Councilwoman leaves Fine Gael as she claims to have ignored bullying complaints

A Fine Gael councilor who has resigned from the party Allegations of bullying, character assassination, intimidation and defamation raised concerns among Tánaiste Leo Varadkar and senior party officials two years ago. the Irish Independent can reveal.

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Councils to get power to speed up shelters for refugees

Local authorities will be given sweeping new powers to encourage housing construction and encourage owners to take advantage of vacant properties as part of the government’s response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis.

Five gangs arrested after a burglary led Gardaí in a high-speed chase before a car crash

Five members of a prolific criminal gang suspected of a burglary wave across Leinster were arrested this evening after a high-speed chase.

Bauer finds 4,500-year-old statue of goddess

A Palestinian farmer found a rarity 4,500-year-old stone sculpture working his land in the southern Gaza Strip, This was announced by the ruling Hamas authorities on Monday.

Second wave of ‘inevitable’ food hikes in pipeline, industry experts warn

Shoppers face a second wave of food price hikes, The cost of a basket of everyday items is set to skyrocket in the coming weeks, industry sources warn.

Woman, 70, killed in Sligo road accident as Gardaí appealed to the public not to share footage of the scene online

A pedestrian in old age in her 70s died after a collision with a car in Sligo Town this afternoon.

Two men (20 years) charged in connection with €157,000 drug seizure in Cork, due in court

Gardaí were seized as part of Operation Tara €157,500 worth of cocaine and two men arrested, following two surgeries in Cork on Monday 25th April.

Charity boss Dee wears winning colors to snag the Punchestown Festival fashion plate

It’s been three years since Dee Ahearn last wore her striking turquoise ensemble. When As CEO of the Barretstown children’s charity, she donned the outfit in June 2019 for a very special occasion. the visit of former US First Lady Hillary Clinton to the Kildare organization for seriously ill youth.

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