Here’s the breaking news from this morning on Independent.ie.
State of the Union: Poll shows major concern over rising energy bills
The full extent of the public’s growing concerns about the cost of living crisis is revealed in Sunday’s Independent/Ireland Thinks opinion poll today. It shows that 37 percent of respondents say they will not be able to pay rising energy bills this winter, with another 39 percent saying they will need to cut other costs to pay their increased bill.
Tributes are pouring in for Henry de Bromhead’s son Jack, 13, in the wake of the Kerry tragedy.
All other events at the Glenbeigh Racing Festival at Rossbeigh Beach in Kerry this weekend have been canceled following the tragic death of 13-year-old jockey Jack de Bromhead, son of highly successful racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.
Two children and an adult teenager die after a ‘violent incident’ at a Dublin home
Two children and an adult teenager have died in a violent incident at a Dublin home. The tragedy happened at around 12.30am this morning at a house on the Rossfield Estate, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Budget 2023: Focus on a range of one-off supports to help households and businesses weather the spiraling cost crisis
The government will focus on a series of one-off spending measures in the budget to combat the deepening cost-of-living crisis.
‘Cloud of Sadness’ in Kerry as a teenage jockey dies in a freak accident at the pony festival
A teenage jockey has died in a freak accident at a Kerry pony festival. The jockey, who is believed to be in his early teens, suffered serious injuries in an incident at the Glenbeigh Racing Festival yesterday.
Dylan McGrath’s struggle for survival at the restaurant: “I can’t go and work for Google right now, can I?”
For chef Dylan McGrath, life may seem like one fucking crisis after another. After starting out as Ireland’s youngest Michelin-starred chef, he became a high-profile victim of the crash, suffering chronic back pain, a well-documented fall at the hands of a stalker – and two years of suspension. Now he’s fighting to save two Dublin restaurants, Rustic Stone and BrasserieSixty6.
Disgraced Garda Paul Moody works as a cleaning lady in prison
Disgraced ex-Garda Paul Moody has been assigned a job as a cleaner at Midlands Prison. Moody was jailed in late July for a coercive control campaign against his ex-partner. He is serving his sentence at Midlands Prison in Portlaoise and is being held in the same ward as killer Graham Dwyer.
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Parents of UL student killed in Greece complain about suspect’s bail
The parents of a Limerick student who was killed on a Greek island last year have written to Trinity College to complain about the role played by a law professor in the bail application of the man accused of causing their death to have caused his son.
Witness to Sophie Toscan du Plantier claims Ian Bailey told her ‘I washed blood off my clothes’
An elderly witness in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder case – one of the last people to see the French woman alive – told the Sunday Independent she stands by statements she made to Gardaí over 25 years ago that Ian Bailey knew the murder victim.
Increase in people seeking help for eating disorders
The number of people attending support services at Bodywhys, the Irish Association for Eating Disorders, rose 55 per cent last year, the latest figures show.
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Ireland advised not to turn back the clocks to save €400 on energy bills
A professor at Queen’s University in Belfast has calculated that Irish consumers could save more than €400 a year on their electricity bills if the government decides to waive the annual daylight saving time switch at the end of next month.
Newspaper owner O’Coineen sues wife in High Court
Businessman Enda O’Coineen has brought an injunction to the High Court against his businesswoman Nicola Mitchell. The lawsuit was filed on August 26, but Mr O’Coineen declined to say why he is suing Ms Mitchell, the chief executive of Life Scientific, an agrochemical company.
The housing crisis will likely put university places on hold
Caitlin-Faye Maniti is hoping for a CAO offer on the course of her dreams but worries she will have to delay her much-anticipated move to college – because of the student housing crisis.
The head of stable staff in the €15,000 pay line said: “He would put others down
A Fianna Fáil councillor, who runs the Irish Stable Staff Association, is on record that he will not repay an “overpayment” of €15,000 and warns that others would “go down” with him if he “fell”. ” would.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-news-tributes-pour-in-for-henry-de-bromheads-son-jack-13-after-kerry-tragedy-poll-shows-huge-concern-over-rising-energy-bills-41959570.html Today’s news: tributes for Henry de Bromhead’s son Jack, 13, after Kerry tragedy; Survey shows major concerns about rising energy bills