Today’s headlines: Rising price alert as cost of living begins to fall; Two retired Gardaí submitted €60,000 for the costs of attending the Disclosures Tribunal

Rising price alarm as the cost of living begins to fall

Sinn Féin cements position as most popular party as popular support for coalition falls, poll shows

Sinn Féin has cemented its position as the country’s most popular party at the expense of coalition parties in the latest Sunday Independent/Ireland Thinks poll.

“Russian bombs hit a maternity hospital – we had to get Tilly out”

Gavin and Leslie Anne Grimes tell Maeve Sheehan about it a dramatic rush to get her baby and surrogate mother from Ukraine.

Garda’s expense report was ‘likely to make a point’

A former Acting Garda Commissioner and retired Deputy Commissioner have attempted to claim costs of €60,000 for attending the Disclosures Tribunalthe Sunday independent can reveal.

The increase in alcohol prices helps increase the inflation rate

Minimum unit prices for alcohol are contributing to rising inflation this yearthe Treasury Department has admitted in documents that also warn that the government’s response to the cost-of-living crisis will hamper plans to cut taxes and increase household wealth.

“We drove to Poland with our Teslas and came back to Ireland with 72 refugees”

An Irish volunteer convoy with electric cars made its way to Poland to drive 72 Ukrainiansmainly from Kyiv, Mariupol and Odessa, to Ireland.

Masked intruder, fights and escapes in court

A judge who got hand sanitizer in her eye a masked intruder attempting to enter courtroomsand a lawyer being beaten by his client were among the accidents and incidents logged by the Courts Service last year.

Dolores Cahill hides in a secluded spot to avoid arrest

That’s what anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist Dolores Cahill revealed to her followers She remains hidden in a “remote location” after a Dublin court issued an arrest warrant for her.

The fourth dose of vaccine could be given at the same time as the flu shot

A fourth dose of Covid-19 vaccine is expected to be offered to up to four million people At the same time as the winter flu vaccination, which starts from this October and is subject to clinical advice, Health Secretary Stephen Donnelly said.

Pat Kenny and Claire Byrne’s shows draw most of the complaints at BAI, but none have been confirmed

Pat Kenny and Claire Byrne topped the complaint lists last year, with their shows accounting for over a third of all complaints filed with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI). None of these complaints have been confirmed.

TDs can charge full cost despite lack of actual Dáil sessions

TDs can claim the maximum amount of travel and accommodation expenses to visit Leinster House, although missing a large number of days when the Dáil actually sits.

“Supercar” sales are back to Celtic Tiger levels

Ireland’s newly minted pandemic millionaires are among those spending on luxury cars costing hundreds of thousands of euros. Sales have reached levels “not seen since the Celtic Tiger”such a leading dealer in new and used luxury vehicles. Today’s headlines: Rising price alert as cost of living begins to fall; Two retired Gardaí submitted €60,000 for the costs of attending the Disclosures Tribunal

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