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Today’s headlines: KBC and Ulster Bank customers face months of ‘chaos’ over new accounts; Thousands more Ukrainian students enrolling after Easter

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Chaos warning for KBC and Ulster Bank customers as one million accounts need to be migrated

More than A million KBC and Ulster Bank customers have faced months of chaos and frustration trying to switch current accounts as the two banks leave Ireland.

Thousands more Ukrainian students are expected to enroll after Easter

The Ministry of Education is preparing for this Thousands more Ukrainian students are expected to enroll in schools across the country after the Easter holidays.

Robert Watts pledged €2m a year for Tony Holohan’s job at the center of two probes

Health Department chief Robert Watt’s commitment to fund two million euros a year to support Tony Holohan’s post at Trinity College is the focus of two investigations.

“People should know that this is genocide. Lots of people deny it

In his entire life investigating murders, Serhii Luzhetskyi has never seen so many corpses. As the district attorney specializing in forensic homicide investigations, he should be used to it. but the death of this war has another dimension.

Harry and Meghan’s visit to see Queen could be featured in a TV show

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their first public appearance together across the Atlantic in two years under these proposals Details of her surprise meeting with Queen Elizabeth may appear in an upcoming Netflix documentary.

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Customers could pay €100 more a year for a modest shopping basket when inflation bites

That’s what the Irish Independent found out a shopping basket in Ireland’s large supermarkets has risen by 2 to 3 euros since the beginning of the year while people feel the pinch of inflation.

“The reception I got for winning DWTS was similar to winning the Grand National,” says Nina Carberry

Carberry, who won Dancing with the Stars last month with professional dance partner Pasquale la Rocca, said she misses the adrenaline rush of the show despite the grueling workload.

Airbrushed out: Johnson absent from Tory election leaflets

Boris Johnson was apparently removed from Conservative Party leaflets in next month’s local elections following the Partygate row.

In the bizarre sacrifice of Dr. Tony Holohan’s claims and legacy clashed

Fionnán Sheahan on why the controversy surrounding him dr Tony Holohan’s now-cancelled move to Trinity College Dublin has cast a shadow over some of the good work he’s done during the pandemic.

“There will be a lot of cold houses next winter when this turf ban is in place”

Lawn mowers are venting their anger and frustration at government decisions that are “untouched.”

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-kbc-and-ulster-bank-customers-will-face-months-of-chaos-over-new-accounts-thousands-more-ukrainian-students-to-enrol-after-easter-41557847.html Today’s headlines: KBC and Ulster Bank customers face months of ‘chaos’ over new accounts; Thousands more Ukrainian students enrolling after Easter

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