Today’s headlines: Surgical deaths prompt travel warnings to Turkey; TD with Long-Covid runs marathon in three and a half hours

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Surgery deaths prompt travel warnings to Turkey as young mother dies after losing weight

Irish people have been warned about the risks of traveling to Turkey for cosmetic and weight-loss procedures after being alerted to a spate of deaths from complications in recent months.

How the hospice’s chief financial officer hatches a secret plan to cash in on the legacy

“Pillar of the Community” jailed for real estate fraud, writes Shane Phelan.

Trinity College faces a “complex” legacy

Trinity College Dublin is grappling with some uncomfortable legacies from its 430-year history, including the skull robbery from the island of Inishbofin and a library named after a slave owner.

TD with Long-Covid runs marathon in three and a half hours

A politician has revealed how he completed the Dublin City Marathon in just over three hours and 30 minutes before speaking publicly about his battle with Long-Covid.

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A surgeon who is now a cancer patient in his hospital demands a convenient treatment clinic

A Galway surgeon being treated for cancer at his own hospital has rallied behind a call for greater urgency in building a new, fit-for-purpose cancer center to replace severely outdated facilities struggling to keep up with patient demand.

Mortgage woes for thousands as Start and County Councils hike interest rates

Thousands of people whose mortgages are managed by Start are being hit by huge rate hikes, while local authorities are also raising interest rates on the home loans they make.

“Anyone who tries to better themselves only gets a slap in the face” — a tenant trying to find an apartment in her hometown

Megan Jordan became increasingly desperate as she browsed the ads for a rental. Some landlords were charging up to €1,600 a month for three-bedroom houses in the villages in Wexford where she grew up.

Taliban made millions by helping Qatar build World Cup stadiums

The Taliban made millions from the World Cup by providing construction machinery to build stadiums in Qatar, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Kanye West confirms US presidential candidacy with launch of logo video

Rapper Kanye West has announced that he will be running for President of the United States in the 2024 election.

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