Today’s headlines: Serving Garda’s home raided in child sex abuse investigation; Top housing official fights for pay rise to €250,000

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Top official in the housing office is fighting for a salary increase to 250,000 euros a year

The top official at the Housing Ministry is embroiled in an ongoing dispute with the government over his demand for a pay rise that would bring his annual salary to €250,000 a year.

Serving Garda’s home raided in child sex abuse investigation

A Garda is under investigation for allegedly accessing and distributing child sex abuse material and has been suspended by police, the Sunday Independent is able to reveal.

“I should have been here with Bruna. I should have said ‘I’ll take you home’ – sister of Targian Brazilian killed in Cork reveals family regrets

“I wish I had done more to help you,” says Izabel Fonseca, running a hand through the dark hair of her late sister Bruna, who lies in a coffin at a funeral home in Co Cork. “I wish I was here with you. I never would have wanted you to go through all of this alone.”

Garda jailed for assaulting a co-worker at her home after going out

A male Garda who sexually abused a colleague presented himself to Gardaí last Tuesday and was jailed for the assault under a court order.

Dublin teenager vows to fight Nike over brand

Nike, the US global sportswear giant, is taking legal action in Dublin to secure an injunction against an Irish teenager who runs his own sneaker shop.

How ‘Banshees of Inisherin’ made the production company’s toilets stink on Inis Mór

Known for Oscar fame and celebrated for creating an atmosphere of excitement for tourism in the islands, The Banshees of Inisherin has not escaped a touch of controversy over its production on Inis Mór.

Gardaí arrested 15 on League of Ireland match-fixing charges

15 suspects have been arrested by specialist Gardaí after completing a four-year criminal investigation into League of Ireland match-fixing.

‘There are no racists here… this is not about race’ – protesters joining far-right in anti-refugee rallies

The young, black Irishman is part of a group of anti-immigration protesters blocking traffic on the M50 roundabout in Ballymun. He stands out as the only person of color in a sea of ​​white faces.

Former FAI chief John Delaney is appealing to declassify emails

Former Football Association of Ireland (FAI) chief executive John Delaney has appealed the High Court’s ruling ordering that around 1,100 of his work emails be turned over to the Corporate Enforcement Authority (CEA).

Landlord demands almost 1.5 million euros in damages from Lisney

A Cork landlord is suing Lisney estate agents for nearly £1.5m in damages Today’s headlines: Serving Garda’s home raided in child sex abuse investigation; Top housing official fights for pay rise to €250,000

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