Boris Johnson speaks Russian as he urges citizens to reject Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has issued a directive Appeal to the Russian people to oppose President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukrainewhich he called a “stain” on their country’s honor.
No recession but fear of a war to squeeze spending
the War in Ukraine begins to hit Irish economy, with growth slowing sharply for the remainder of the year. The central bank has downgraded its forecasts as high inflation and general uncertainty are prompting consumers to cut spending and businesses to cut investments.
How the Kinahan gang ended up with the former Mansfield mansion
A Luxury Dublin mansion turned over to Kinahan cartel as part of payback scheme after a multi-million dollar property deal fell through, the High Court has heard.
holoHan will also retain the civil service pension despite the new professorship at Trinity College
chief doctor dr Tony Holohan is still guaranteed his gilded pension when he retires, though he is stepping down from his current job for an academic post this summer under a deal worked out for all civil servants last year.
Mary Lou McDonald without a mask at the Sinn Féin rally in hotel days before advising people to wear them
Mary Lou McDonald attended a Sinn Féin indoor election rally without a mask just days before recommending that people wear a mask on public transport and in enclosed spaces “for any period of time”.
A Factory worker who held a Stanley knife to a teenager’s neck and threatened to murder him was jailed after a court heard the boy believed his “life could have been taken”.
Hopes are growing that Covid has passed its peak as case numbers fall
Hopes are mounting that the country has passed the peak of the current Covid-19 wave after the number of people who tested positive for the virus after a PCR test fell to less than a third yesterday.
A 150 year old farmhouse in Wicklow, in the family for four generations, claimed the coveted title RTÉ’s House of the Year last night.
Zelenskyy says UN Russia wants to turn its people into “silent slaves”.
That’s what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said yesterday before the UN Security Council Russia must be held accountable for allegations of war atrocities as the West prepared to expand sanctions to include a ban on all new investment in Russia.
Ukrainian refugees to attend Zelenskyy’s historic Dáil speech
Ukrainian refugees who fled the war will be in the Dáil today to watch President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s historic speech.
Graham Dwyer has braced himself for an autumn murder appeal hearing following a new EU ruling
Graham Dwyer’s appeal against his murder conviction already be negotiated in his favor this autumn after an important ruling by the Court of Justice for the European Union (ECJ).
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