Here’s the breaking news from this morning on Independent.ie.
The man, 49, who died after stepping onto Co Clare Lake will be remembered as “the epitome of joy”.
Heartfelt tributes were paid to a man who died after getting into trouble while swimming in a Co Clare lake over the weekend.
480,000 in line for double energy bill benefit bonus
The government is considering a one-time double payment of the €35-per-month household benefit package as part of a range of cost-of-living measures to combat rising inflation.
Auto insurance is expected to rise as robberies rise, with gangs using the latest technology to aid in theft
“I handled live bombs, but shelf packers got paid better than me – so I quit”
Mark Keeley took great pride in his role as a member of a bomb disposal squad protecting the public from terrorist and criminal bombing – until he was forced to resign because he couldn’t support his young family with the meager wages he was getting.
Over 1,000 Limerick College students may be left without accommodation when the academic year starts next month
More than 1,000 students could be left homeless in Limerick when the college year starts next month, an accommodation provider has warned.
Why 100 years later, our fascination with the “Big Fella” Michael Collins continues to this day
For years the most frequently stolen street sign reported by Cork Co Council was for Béal na mBlath, the urban area of west Cork where General Michael Collins was shot dead during the Civil War.
Outstanding in its field: The Tullamore Show returns to its best form as it benefits 60,000 daily visitors
Standing in the Purebred Cattle section, the winning cow embodies what has made the Tullamore Show the largest one-day event of its kind in the country.
Passing the driving test can reduce car insurance premiums by €1,000 for young drivers
Young drivers are encouraged to pass their driving test, which could save them €1,000 in insurance coverage.
More and more adults are developing hay fever – here’s what you can do about it
For most of us, the arrival of the summer months means sunshine (hopefully), warm days, long evenings and an overall holiday spirit. But for at least 20 per cent of the Irish population, the season is interrupted by hay fever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-news-man-who-died-after-entering-clare-lake-remembered-as-epitome-of-joy-480000-in-line-for-double-energy-bill-benefit-bonus-41911503.html Today’s News: Man Who Died After Entering Clare Lake Remembered As ‘The Epitome Of Joy’; 480,000 in line for double energy bill benefit bonus