Today’s headlines: Gardaí don’t believe woman found unconscious by roadside was hit by car; Health insurance rebates that cost families €1,000 if they stop switching

Gardaí do not believe a woman found unconscious by the roadside in Mayo was hit by a car

Gardaí do not believe a woman found unconscious by the side of the road with “unexplained injuries” was hit by a car or assaulted.

Revealed: The districts with the most dangerous routes and the highest personal injury claims

Municipalities have paid almost 150 million euros in compensation claims for trips and falls on sidewalks and streets in the last five and a half years. Nearly 10,000 personal injury lawsuits have been filed against local authorities, which translates to five lawsuits a day.

Boy allegedly grabbed by the throat by man during GAA event in Co Tipperary

Gardaí are investigating an incident in which a young boy was allegedly grabbed by the throat by an adult man during a U-9 slingshot attack in Co Tipperary on Saturday.

Taoiseach is said to be asked about ‘Up the ‘Ra’ chants when he visits the north

Taoiseach Micheál Martin is asked how the women’s national football team chants ‘Up the ‘Ra’ during a visit to Northern Ireland today to speak to political parties there.

More than a third of women are considering quitting their job because of menopausal symptoms

More than a third of women in Ireland have considered quitting their job because of ‘devastating’ menopause symptoms, new research shows.

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Duplicate Susi payments on December 16th when colleges start processing €1,000 refunds

Third-level students will receive their additional grant to cover rising living costs on December 16, a week before Christmas.

Major security plan in place for Dowdall’s sentencing amid ‘very serious’ gang threat

Jonathan Dowdall is due to appear in court today, under substantial armed protection, to be convicted for his role in the Regency Hotel murder.

Insurance rebates cost families €1,000 ‘as they stop shopping’

The move by health insurers to give discounts to their members puts people off looking for a better price, it turns out. This means that many families and older people pay up to 1,000 euros too much.

Visually impaired students receive digital papers for the Leaving Cert exams

Exam administrators are relaxing rules for Leaving Cert exam students with a visual impairment. New regulations for next year will allow additional time for these candidates to complete their practical exams.

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