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Today’s Irish headlines: Fuel allocation and public transport cuts could be on the cards here if the energy crisis spirals; New air warning in Kyiv as residents call for bomb shelters

Putin’s war: Saving fuel and cutting down on public transport could be in the cards if the energy crisis spirals

The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the Irish economy and society were exposed to a series of glaring warnings given to Cabinet ministers.

An aerial warning was issued in and around Kyiv in the early hours of this morning, where residents were in the besieged Ukrainian capital. urge to get to the bomb shelter as soon as possible.

War in Ukraine: Bread prices rise due to 40pc . increase in wheat costs

Consumers can expect the price of bread to increase “significantly” within two weeks, as soaring fuel and flour prices put unprecedented cost pressures on bakers.

The cost of building apartments has increased by €27,000

The the cost of building a mid-range apartment has increased to 27,000 € during the Covid-19 emergency, according to a leading construction consulting firm.

The photographer who sold the image of the potato for 1 million euros paid 183,000 euros in tax finalization

One Irish photographer sold a photo of a potato in 2016 for 1 million euros has settled taxes of €183,000 with the Revenue Commission.

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The race for HIGH scores has cooled but competition for most prestigious courses is still fierce

Fierce competition for prestigious university courses will continue this year after the third year of Covid-19 level inflation Leave Cert.

Increasing the number of Covid-19 patients in intensive care since the removal of masks

The The number of Covid-19 patients in intensive care has increased to 51up from 47 more than two weeks ago when the mandatory mask wearing rule took effect.

DPP will fight comedian Sil Fox’s lawsuit over false prosecution

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is fighting Comedian Sylvester ‘Sil’ Fox’s lawsuit about its erroneous decision to prosecute him for sexual assault.

Women’s health plan focused on ‘one-stop’ clinic program worth 5.3 million euros

Employers of 250 workers or more will have to calculate their gender pay gap for the first time this June and publish the report at the end of the year.

Conception rates among older women are steadily increasing, but giving birth after age 50 is still rare. Kirsty Blake Knox talk to The Dublin woman became a mother again at the age of 51.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-fuel-rationing-and-public-transport-cuts-could-be-on-the-cards-here-if-energy-crisis-spirals-new-air-alert-in-kyiv-as-residents-urged-to-get-to-bomb-shelters-41426250.html Today’s Irish headlines: Fuel allocation and public transport cuts could be on the cards here if the energy crisis spirals; New air warning in Kyiv as residents call for bomb shelters

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