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Today’s news: Murdered Ballymun mother of two knew her killer; Limerick hurler arrested for allegedly headbutting Tipperary rivals

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Ballymun’s murdered mother of two, Lisa Thompson, may have known her killer

Gardaí are investigating whether a woman killed in a frantic knife attack at her home knew her killer. The woman, in her 50s, was identified locally as mother of two Lisa Thompson of Sandyhill Court, Ballymun, Dublin.

Limerick hurler arrested for allegedly butting head on Tipperary rivals after game

A member of Limerick’s senior hurling body has been arrested after an altercation in a pub where a Tipperary hurler was allegedly headbutted.

Fear of brain drain when Ronan quits Glynn but Tony Holohan to extend his stay

Ronan Glynn resigned as deputy chief medical officer yesterday after colleagues claimed the pressure senior officials are facing in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic is contributing to a “brain drain” in public services.

“Clear case of discrimination”: Mother’s anger as a visually impaired leaving certificate student has to reckon with a 54-page math essay

A visually impaired student who completed all of his post-primary studies digitally was told he must take paper-based Leaving Cert exams.

The Indo Daily: Poll Position – Are we closer to a united Ireland than ever?

The Indo Daily: Poll Position – Are we closer to a united Ireland than ever?

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Delay in Talks With Friends appearing on RTÉ is attributed to funding

The scheduling differences between RTÉ One and BBC Three for Sally Rooney’s new miniseries Conversations with Friends have been attributed to funding.

Women are more likely to fill positions in the lowest salary brackets

Companies that have committed to supporting a diverse workforce have significantly more women in top positions than average, but research shows that female workers are “disproportionately over-represented” in the lowest pay brackets.

Dublin City Council staff are set to be back at their desks next month

Dublin City Council staff have been urged to return to the office full-time next month before being given the option of mixed work.

Wagatha Christie: Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney face Day 2 of the defamation trial

Rebekah Vardy will ‘never forgive’ Coleen Rooney after she ‘ruined’ the final weeks of her pregnancy by accusing her of leaking private information to the press, the High Court has been told.

Increase in loans taken out for education and home improvement

The number and value of personal loans taken out by households are increasing sharply despite the cost of living crisis and economic uncertainty caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Victims’ outcry as UK government proceeds with proposal for amnesty of troubles

Relatives of victims have called a move by the UK government to streamline a plan to offer effective amnesty for riot-related crimes a “shameful affront” to democracy.

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