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State of the country: Poll shows major concern over rising energy prices

The public’s growing concern over the cost of living crisis was fully revealed in an Independent/Ireland Thinks poll today on Sunday. Thirty-seven percent of respondents said they would not be able to pay soaring energy costs this winter, and another 39 percent said they would need to cut other costs to cover their increased bills. I’m here.

Henry de Bromhead’s son Jack, 13, out of tributes after Kelly’s tragedy

All future events at this weekend’s Glenbay Racing Festival at Rossbay Beach in County Kerry have been canceled following the tragic death of 13-year-old jockey Jack de Blomhead.

Two children, adult teenager dead after ‘violent incident’ in Dublin home

Two children and a teenage adult have died after a violent incident in their Dublin home. The tragedy struck at about 12:30 am this morning at his Rothfield estate home in Tallaght, Dublin.

Budget 2023: Focus on a number of temporary supports to help households and businesses weather the explosive cost crisis

The government will focus on a number of temporary spending measures within the budget to address the worsening cost of living crisis.

Kelly’s ‘cloud of grief’ as teenage jockey dies in freak accident at pony festival

A teenage jockey dies in a freak accident at the Kelly Pony Festival. The jockey, who is understood to be in his early teens, was seriously injured in an accident yesterday at the Glenbay Racing Festival.

Dylan McGrath’s fight for restaurant survival: ‘You can’t leave Google to work right now, can you?’

For chef Dylan McGrath, life can seem like one crisis after another. After starting out as Ireland’s youngest Michelin-starred chef, he became the victim of a crash, endured chronic back pain, endured a well-documented case at the hands of Stoker, and two I went through a year-long lockdown. Now he’s fighting to save his two restaurants in Dublin, Rustic Stone and his Brasserie Sixty6.

Disgraced Garda Paul Moody Works as a Cleaner in a Prison

Disgraced ex-Garda Paul Moody has been assigned a job as a janitor at Midlands Prison. Moody was imprisoned in late July in a campaign of coercive control over his ex-partner, who is serving time at Midlands Prison in Port Leeds, where he is housed in the same block as murderer Graham Dwyer. I’m here.

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Parents of UL Student Murdered in Greece Complain about Suspect’s Bail Referral

Parents of a Limerick student killed on the Greek island last year filed a complaint with Trinity College over the role a law professor played in the bail application of a man accused of causing his son’s death.

Witness for Sophie Toscan du Plantier alleges Ian Bailey told her: ‘I was washing the blood off my clothes’

An elderly witness to the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier — one of the last to see the French woman alive — told The Sunday Independent more than 25 years ago that Ian He said he supported the statement Bailey made to Gardai about knowing the murder victim.

Surge in People Seeking Help for Eating Disorders

The latest statistics show a 55% increase in the number of people attending support services for the Irish Eating Disorders Association, Bodywhys, last year.

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Ireland advises against turning back the clock to save €400 on utility bills

A professor at Queen’s University Belfast has calculated that Irish consumers could save more than €400 a year on their electricity bills if the government decided to end the transition to daylight saving time at the end of next month.

Newspaper owner Okoineen sues wife in High Court

Businessman Enda Okoinine has initiated a High Court injunction against the businessman’s wife, Nicola Mitchell. The lawsuit she filed on Aug. 26, but Okoineen did not disclose why she is suing Mitchell, the chief executive of agrochemical company Life Scientific.

Accommodation crisis could put college places on hold

Caitlin-Faye Maniti dreams of an offer from the CAO, but worries that she will have to postpone her long-awaited university studies. She is due to a student dormitory crisis.

“He will beat the others,” said the stable staff leader of the €15,000 payout line

Councilor Fianna Foyle, who heads the Irish Stablemen’s Association, was recorded in minutes saying she would not pay back the €15,000 “overpayment” and that if he were to be “thrown down” others would be with him. warned that he would “fall” to

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