Today’s headlines: Gang’s taxi scam has raked in €300,000 in raids on phone bank apps; Dublin Airport Terminal 1 evacuated due to fire alarm

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Dublin Airport Terminal 1 evacuated due to fire alarm

Passengers traveling via Dublin Airport were temporarily evacuated this morning after a fire alarm went off in the Terminal 1 building.

Gang’s taxi scam raised 300,000 euros from victims’ bank accounts

A fake taxi scam that allows criminals to target the online bank accounts of unsuspecting passengers has hit victims worth hundreds of thousands of euros.

Soldier Seán Rooney’s body returns home after the killing of a peacekeeper in Lebanon

THE body of slain peacekeeper Seán Rooney has arrived back in Ireland, where the 23-year-old’s family will be reunited with his remains.

Fee-paying schools: Almost €10,000 to attend the country’s most expensive day school

The most expensive day school in the country remains St Columba’s, Rathfarnham, Co Dublin, where fees are €9,632 in the current year compared to €9,147 last year and €8,654 in 2019/2020.

Brian Cowen: ‘Personal attacks after the Galway mindset were just political dirt’

Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen says personal accusations of “treason” – and being “halfway between drunk and hungover” on the radio – just threw dirt.

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“The electricity bill for October and November was 20,000 euros,” says the director of the fee-based school

This winter, almost 700 “free education” schools will receive a special government grant of between 22,600 and 113,000 euros to subsidize heating and lighting costs. Provision has not yet been made for the support of the 49 fee-based secondary schools.

Ex-peat workers and communities receive €169 million greening fund

The five-year fund, made up of half EU money and half government contributions, has been formally approved by Brussels.

The number of dogs given away has reached an all-time high

An animal rights group said the number of dogs being abandoned is at an all-time high after receiving 2,612 inquiries from dog owners this year.

Inflation is causing us to cut back on holiday spending

Consumers under pressure are said to limit gift purchases and intend to buy less groceries.

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