Today’s headlines: Suspects in deadly attack on pub in Kildare in contact with Gardaí; The government wants to burden energy companies with a “token” windfall tax

The government will hit energy companies with a “token” windfall tax as further price hikes are expected

The government is expected to budget a token windfall tax on massively profitable energy companies, the Sunday Independent has learned.

Suspects in deadly attack on pub in Kildare via lawyers in contact with Gardaí

Five men suspected of being involved in a vicious bar fight that led to the death of Dylan McCarthy last weekend are believed to be in contact with Gardaí through their legal representatives.

Fine Gael TD’s pub is seized and sold to the Vulture Fund due to default on loan

A Fine Gael TD had a pub and adjoining house he owned seized and sold by a so-called vulture fund over non-repayment of a €300,000 loan from AIB.

On board Pleanala spent more than 4.2 million euros on legal fees for the “other side” last year

An Bord Pleanála paid more than €4.2 million in legal fees last year to cover costs for “other side” parties who have challenged planning decisions.

“Massive rioting” over legal dispute at Old Conna golf club

A golf club in south Dublin has assured its members that legal action by two women who claim they were sexually harassed by the club’s general manager will not affect the club’s finances, even if they lose all four cases.

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Shortage of 6,000 health workers amid fears of ‘twindemic’ viral infection

The health care system is facing a winter of financial pressures that are increasing concerns about waitlists and emergency room overcrowding.

HSE cannot say how many employees are breaking the 24-hour shift rule

The HSE cannot tell how many of its staff are working shifts longer than 24 hours, in violation of EU law, as it has been found not to collect the data systematically.

Sinn Féin TD warned of “significant conflicts” between locals and Ukrainian refugees

A Sinn Féin TD sent letters to more than 500 households in Kildare warning of a possible “significant conflict” between local people and Ukrainian refugees who would be moving into modular homes there.

70 percent of the deaths on our roads this year occurred in rural areas

New figures from An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Agency show that this year 70 percent of road fatalities have occurred on rural roads with a speed limit of 80 km/h.

No plug is pulled for customers

The little-known Utility Regulation Commission last week quietly announced what it called a “set of new enhanced consumer protection measures.” In short, this winter there will be no gas or electricity supply disruptions for a period of three to six months.

A Garda Síochána marches through Dublin City on the centenary of the transfer of power Today’s headlines: Suspects in deadly attack on pub in Kildare in contact with Gardaí; The government wants to burden energy companies with a “token” windfall tax

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