Here are today’s top stories on Independent.ie.
Over 300,000 homeowners defy the tax office because of property tax returns
More than 300,000 property owners have yet to file a local property tax (LPT). return months after the deadline, but the tax office is reluctant to take action against them.
NATO is ready to equip Ukrainian troops with chemical and nuclear protection
NATO will send equipment to protect Ukrainian troops from Russian nuclear and chemical attacksthe alliance said yesterday amid fears that Vladimir Putin could use such deadly weapons.
The next generation will have to face rental life if the scheduling rules aren’t revised, the developer warns
the The next generation of home seekers may have to settle for a life of rent Unless planning rules are revised, the chief executive of developer Glenveagh Properties has warned.
‘No need for social distancing despite new Covid wave
The chief physician Dr. Tony Holohan has told the government that this is the case no need to reintroduce social distancing restrictions despite the recent spike in Covid-19 cases.
Virus hotspots are emerging nationwide as hospital cases surge
Covid-19 hotspots across the country have been uncovered amid a record number of patients with the virus being hospitalized each day.
“It was scary, I could have been killed” – Victim of a racist attack speaks out
A young woman attacked by a group of teenagers in Dublin said they shouted “You don’t deserve to be here” as they hit her with a throw.
The “Golden Pass” program could raise 250 million euros for hotels
A “Golden Pass” system endorsed by ex-passes Taoiseach John Bruton, with whom wealthy Russians tried to get Irish visas, has opened a second round of funding and could raise up to 250 million euros.
Report of alleged deficiencies in nursing home forthcoming
investigate investigators Whistleblower allegations about deficiencies at a Dublin care home during the first wave of Covid-19 are due to present their draft report next week.
The price increase will result in a price reduction of €2,000 for the average household
The sharp increase in inflation costs the average household around 2,000 euros in purchasing power this year.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-over-300000-defy-revenue-over-property-tax-returns-and-covid-hotspot-counties-revealed-41481023.html Today’s Headlines: Over 300,000 Defy Property Tax Return Receipts; and Covid hotspot counties revealed