Here are this morning’s top stories on Independent.ie.
Gardaí are treating the death of a mother of four, who was found at home with head injuries, as ‘suspicious’.
Gardaí are treating as suspicious the death of a mother of four whose body was found at her home in Kerry.
Pensioners face €600 in damage as they face a ‘tsunami’ of rising inflation
Soaring prices are hitting the spending power of older people like a ‘tsunami’ and will force many of them to forgo basic necessities such as food, heating, transport and medical bills, Age Action has warned.
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“My Autistic, Non-Verbal Son Started Talking After Climbing Onto A Horse”
When Rupert Isaacson’s autistic son was three years old, he was nonverbal. It was feared that he would never be able to communicate effectively. However, young Rowan’s life changed drastically when he hopped on his neighbor’s horse, Betsy, and began to speak slowly.
Improved security queues have cut passenger wait times by 30 minutes at Dublin Airport
According to Dublin Airport, from today passengers should arrive at the airport just two hours before a short-haul flight and three hours before a long-haul flight, 30 minutes later than they were asked to arrive yesterday.
Energy vampires or essential to Irish industry? Data centers in the spotlight
Are data centers leeches to Ireland’s vulnerable electricity supply or an inevitable part of modern infrastructure? When the awkward answer is “both,” what do we do?
Covid summer wave in retreat as winter boosters roll out
Regarding Covid-19, there is a temporary lull in hostilities. The number of patients with the virus in intensive care has fallen to 18, with no new admissions on Sunday and just one yesterday.
Landlord who had locks changed while renter was asked to pay €5,000 at hospital
The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on household budgets across Ireland, with renters being hit particularly hard. Despite restrictions being lifted and thousands returning to work, the impact continues as renters now grapple with a cost-of-living crisis.
Mendy “used the mansion’s panic room to rape,” the court said
Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy has raped several women in the “panic room” of his remote country home, a court has heard.
Over 336,000 people in Ireland could have long been ill with Covid, says new analysis
More than 336,000 people in Ireland could be affected by Long-Covid, new research finds.
Trump claims the FBI seized his three passports in a raid on the Mar-a-Lago mansion
Donald Trump last night claimed that FBI agents searching his home in Mar-a-Lago confiscated his passports, calling it a “political attack”.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-gardai-treat-as-suspicious-death-of-mother-of-four-75-pensioners-to-lose-out-on-600-due-to-inflation-41914244.html Today’s headlines: Gardaí treat death of mother of four (75) as suspicious; Pensioners lose 600 euros due to inflation