Ireland - Irish Independent
Wednesday - 16th January, 2019
Border checks on trade to follow no-deal – Coveney
TÁNAISTE Simon Coveney has admitted checks on goods moving between the UK and Ireland will ...
Tuesday - 15th January, 2019
Back my Brexit deal or speed up a united Ireland, May warns
MINISTERS will today agree to essentially freeze work on all new laws as they bid to get ahead of a ...
Monday - 14th January, 2019
Minister wants lower rate of property tax for the rich
GOVERNMENT Minister Josepha Madigan has been accused of showing “phenomenal bias to wealthy people...
Saturday - 12th January, 2019
Hero teacher Dawn saved girl before being killed
A TEACHER and mother-of-two has been hailed a hero after she sacrificed her own life to save that of...
Friday - 11th January, 2019
Property tax bills at risk of crippling €500 hikes
HOMEOWNERS are in danger of being hit with hikes of up to €500 in property tax unless major reform...
Thursday - 10th January, 2019
Three deaths spark health alert as meningitis spikes
THREE people have died from a killer form of meningitis in the last two weeks. A spike in c...
Wednesday - 9th January, 2019
Private schools cash in on boom with fees hike
MORE than two in three private schools have increased their fees this year as growing numbers of par...
Tuesday - 8th January, 2019
Credit unions to give out more risky loans
CREDIT unions will be able to compete with high-charging moneylenders under proposed new rules.&...
Monday - 7th January, 2019
€10,000 pay boom for IT staff – and more on way
COMPUTER software workers are enjoying a wages boom as their earnings soared by almost €10,000 in ...
Saturday - 5th January, 2019
New homes ‘unaffordable’ as sales over €1m on rise
SALES of properties worth €1m or more are on the rise, even as ordinary workers and families strug...
Friday - 4th January, 2019
Varadkar’s warning on food supply
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar insists “nobody will go hungry” despite warnings about the availability o...
Thursday - 3rd January, 2019
Emergency EU aid to be sought for Brexit fallout
THE Government will seek hundreds of millions of euro in special aid from Brussels if the UK crashes...
Wednesday - 2nd January, 2019
Maeve is first baby of 2019
Michelle Montague, from Trim, and baby Maeve, Ireland’s first newborn of 2019, with staff at our L...
Tuesday - 1st January, 2019
Ringing in the new:
The Liffey Lights Midnight Moment welcomes in the New Year as part of the festival at the Customs Ho...
Monday - 31st December, 2018
House prices to rise by 4pc but threat of Brexit lurking
HOUSE prices will rise by 4.2pc in the new year – but only if there is a soft Brexit, according to...
Saturday - 29th December, 2018
Big-money divorces at highest level since boom
BIG-MONEY divorce cases, involving assets worth €3m or more, are at their highest level since the ...
Friday - 28th December, 2018
Lift-off at the festive races
THE runners and riders take flight during the Paddy Power Steeplechase at the annual Leopardstown Ch...
Thursday - 27th December, 2018
Hundreds of homes now at risk of falling into sea
LARGE swathes of coastal Ireland – including family homes and roadways – are at risk of crumblin...
Wednesday - 26th December, 2018
The winter freeze that has gripped house prices
THE property market was struck with paralysis in the last quarter of the year, as lending rules and ...
Monday - 24th December, 2018
Hundreds killed or hurt
Residents of Carita in Indonesia inspect homes flattened by the tsunami which left over 220 dead and...
Saturday - 22nd December, 2018
Social media hate-speech curbs after eviction row
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar is pledging to force social media companies to remove online comments which h...
Friday - 21st December, 2018
Hard Border looms as Leo warns of ‘real difficulties’
A HARD Border now looks inevitable as soon as Britain moves to strike trade deals with countries out...
Thursday - 20th December, 2018
Hard border and medical shortages in Brexit chaos
A HARD border with Northern Ireland for food and livestock is firmly on the cards as Britain careers...
Wednesday - 19th December, 2018
Troops put on standby in no-deal Brexit plan
THE British government has put 3,500 troops on standby to help deal with potential disruption caused...
Tuesday - 18th December, 2018
Vigilante justice replaces the law
GARDAI are probing whether the vigilante gang who attacked security guards at a repossessed Co Rosco...
Monday - 17th December, 2018
Hunt for dissident gang in eviction house attack
GARDAÍ are investigating a dissident link to a violent attack on a house in Co Roscommon, w...
Saturday - 15th December, 2018
Speeding clampdown sparks revolt against Ross
PLANS for more severe penalties for speeding motorists are in serious jeopardy amid a backlash withi...
Friday - 14th December, 2018
FF demands law to cut mortgage rates
FIANNA Fáil representatives met with Central Bank officials to discuss ways to tighten rule...
Thursday - 13th December, 2018
May wins with pledge to revisit Border deal
BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May has won a confidence vote with a pledge to secure changes to the ...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
State loses €4bn as Brexit chaos batters bank shares
A PLUNGE in shares has wiped €4bn off the value of the State’s stake in bailed-out banks this ye...
Tuesday - 11th December, 2018
hard Border to force united Ireland
A UNITED Ireland will move dramatically closer if the ‘backstop’ is removed from the Brexit deal...
Monday - 10th December, 2018
Our cash-strapped schools lack space and teachers for key exams reform
SCHOOLS cannot cope with the introduction of longawaited Leaving Cert science practicals without mas...
Saturday - 8th December, 2018
Death of the semi-D as height limits scrapped
LIMITS on the height of buildings have been abolished in all cities and large towns in a radical red...
Friday - 7th December, 2018
Graham Dwyer’s win on mobile records boosts his appeal bid
GRAHAM Dwyer’s bid to overturn his conviction for the murder of Elaine O’Hara has been boosted a...
Thursday - 6th December, 2018
50,000 are left with worthless insurance
UP TO 50,000 Irish insurance customers have been left with no guarantee of cover after an underwriti...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
Economy on the road to overheating – watchdog
THE economy is now close to its peak and is facing a number of risks that could cause it to crash, t...
Tuesday - 4th December, 2018
Samcro gets into the festive spirit
RACEHORSE trainer Gordon Elliott’s stable star Samcro is gearing up for the Leopardstown Christmas...
Monday - 3rd December, 2018
The great divide
THE gaping chasm opening up between the haves and have-nots in Irish society is exposed in a series ...
Saturday - 1st December, 2018
Varadkar scapegoats judges in cancer crisis blame game
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar has blamed the courts for delays meaning women could die before their cancer ...
Friday - 30th November, 2018
Death of the town
SMALL-TOWN Ireland is facing a “perfect storm” which has torn the heart out of life on main stre...
Thursday - 29th November, 2018
‘Forget borrowing more, wait for new houses to be built’
THE Central Bank has dashed the hopes of potential homebuyers by refusing to relax mortgage lending ...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Storm to lash country with winds of 130kmh
THE public has been warned to avoid the coastline over the next 48 hours amid fears of severe winds ...
Tuesday - 27th November, 2018
We’re paid more than ever – but stressed out too
WORKERS are earning more than ever before – but their stress levels soared fastest out of 10 EU co...
Monday - 26th November, 2018
Top honours for Sexton, Schmidt
IRELAND’S outstanding year, which included a Grand Slam, a first victory over New Zealand in Dubli...
Saturday - 24th November, 2018
‘She’s heartbroken and fears she wasn’t believed’
THE young woman whose choice of underwear was raised by the defence in the Cork rape trial is said t...
Friday - 23rd November, 2018
Thursday - 22nd November, 2018
Private patients face bills as hospitals fight insurers
PRIVATE hospitals are warning patients will have to pick up the bills for treatments as health insur...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
Families face €3,000 tax bill on fuel and heating
HOUSEHOLDS face annual carbon tax bills of at least €3,000 unless the Government introduces a raft...
Tuesday - 20th November, 2018
‘Tax grab’ on workers follows FG cuts pledge
TENS of thousands more workers are in the firing line for a sudden ‘tax grab’ that will hit the ...
Monday - 19th November, 2018
Bedblockers left in hospital as families dodge Fair Deal
NEW rules are needed to clamp down on families trying to dodge the Fair Deal scheme and leave their ...
Saturday - 17th November, 2018
All Black power:
Nepo Laulala and Brodie Retallick on the scrum machine during the All Blacks captain’s run at the ...
Friday - 16th November, 2018
Brexit bedlam wipes €3.3bn off Irish shares
THE prospect of a no-deal Brexit edges closer as Irish shares were hit hard yesterday, with €3.3bn...
Thursday - 15th November, 2018
Major win for Ireland as Brexit a step closer
A BREXIT deal that ensures no hard Border on this island has been hailed as a major victory for Irel...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
Hard sell for May on soft Brexit deal
BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May stands accused of surrender by elements of her own party over a B...
Tuesday - 13th November, 2018
Roadside checks and rogue driver hotlist to target uninsured cars
GARDAÍ will be able to use handheld devices to instantly tell whether a vehicle is insured,...
Monday - 12th November, 2018
President Higgins leads the nation
PRESIDENT Michael D Higgins led the nation in solemn commemorations marking 100 years since the end ...
Saturday - 10th November, 2018
‘We’ll hold referendum to curb compo payouts’
THE Government will hold a referendum to override judges’ discretion in the awarding of compensati...
Friday - 9th November, 2018
Thursday - 8th November, 2018
Dangerous doctors being hired by HSE, judge warns
PEOPLE with “little knowledge of the basics of medicine” are being allowed to work in hospitals ...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
Christmas is cancelled for doctors and nurses
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar has warned all hospital workers – including consultants, nurses and back-up...
Tuesday - 6th November, 2018
The great Brexit Border backtrack
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar’s willingness to consider a “review” process for the so-called Brexit b...
Monday - 5th November, 2018
British want soft Border deal to last just 12 weeks
THE British government is demanding the right to pull out of the guarantee of no hard Border within ...
Saturday - 3rd November, 2018
‘Give broadband plan to Irish Water to fix’
FIANNA Fáil wants the transfer of the National Broadband Plan to the firm behind Irish Wate...
Friday - 2nd November, 2018
Girl ‘expected to die’ during blood-curdling rape ordeal
A STUDENT who was subjected to 21 hours of captivity during which she was repeatedly raped genuinely...
Thursday - 1st November, 2018
Councils who failed to buy up vacant homes
LOCAL authorities are failing to buy up derelict or vacant houses – despite having special powers ...
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
Mortgage rates to stay low as the eurozone flounders
HUNDREDS of thousands of mortgage-holders, as well as small businesses, are set for a reprieve on an...
Tuesday - 30th October, 2018
Merkel’s exit plan sparks EU uncertainty
ANGELA Merkel signalled the end of a political era yesterday by announcing she will give up the lead...
Monday - 29th October, 2018
New delay will leave a million without broadband until 2020
THE Government is preparing to announce a new delay to a broadband roll-out for a million people liv...
Saturday - 27th October, 2018
Higgins wins as Traveller row boosts Casey’s vote
MICHAEL D HIGGINS is on course to be re-elected for a second term as president – but more than one...
Friday - 26th October, 2018
Now landlords hit with raft of charges in Airbnb clampdown
LANDLORDS who rent out their properties on Airbnb face being hit with extra water, insurance and com...
Thursday - 25th October, 2018
Landlords are facing Airbnb ban from June
LANDLORDS are facing a new Airbnb ban from summer. They will effectively be banned from ren...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
In the name of the lost children
The Government has given the go-ahead for the exhumation of babies’ remains at the controversial T...
Tuesday - 23rd October, 2018
Elderly face wait of two years for home care
PEOPLE in need of HSE home care are waiting longer than two years in some cases for the service, whi...
Monday - 22nd October, 2018
Scandal of 3,600 council homes now lying empty
A THREE-BED house just a short distance from the hotel where a homeless mother took her own life has...
Saturday - 20th October, 2018
Killer farmer showed ‘no regret, no remorse’
THE farmer who was found guilty of the manslaughter of 73-year-old John Anthony O’Mahony showed no...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
Families to save in home loan and health shake-up
FAMILIES are to enjoy the benefits of a price war in health insurance, and increased competition wit...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
Casey stands firm against opponents
PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Peter Casey has been accused of adding “insult to injury” and going further...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Lifeline for May of more time to make Border deal
THE EU is open to the idea of allowing Britain to leave the bloc over a longer period of time in ret...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
May walks away from ‘no border’ Brexit deal
BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to walk away from a deal which would ensure a hard bord...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
UK’s Brexit migrants outbidding homebuyers
PROPERTY sales to UK-based buyers have increased by 10pc over the past year, putting pressure on the...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Varadkar fears FF election ambush
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar is desperately working behind the scenes to shore up support for his creaking...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Coalition in chaos as minister resigns
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar’s Government is in chaos after one minister resigned and another was left f...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
Family: Emma Mhic Mhathúna’s daughter Natasha turns to see the mourners as her mother’s...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
Leo’s vote grab
MINISTERS were last night speculating on a general election date after Budget 2019, which aimed to g...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
More GP cards, childcare subsidy in family Budget
FAMILIES are to benefit from 100,000 extra GP-only medical cards, increased childcare subsidies and ...
Monday - 8th October, 2018
Brexit and rural fears cause fuel tax wobble
A QUESTION mark hangs over the long-signalled hike to diesel and petrol prices as Finance Minister P...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
USC cut for 1.2 million in Budget tax package
THE hated USC is to be cut for almost 1.2 million people in Tuesday’s Budget. Workers can...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
First-time buyers to get savings top-up in Budget housing plan
A SPECIAL savings scheme to help first-time buyers is being considered as part of Budget 2019, the I...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
‘Granny flat grant’ planned for Budget
A GRANT for an elderly person to convert their home into two separate housing units is now a key dem...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Petrol, diesel, coal to go up in Budget
DIESEL, petrol, coal and cigarettes are set to go up in Budget 2019 as Finance Minister Paschal Dono...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
Three friends dead in boat trip that turned to tragedy
AN INVESTIGATION is under way after three friends died in a boating tragedy off the south-west coast...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
How the wealthiest pay less tax than you
SOME of the country’s wealthiest people are paying less income tax than the average worker, a shoc...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
‘fast-track’ home plans in tatters
A MUCH-hyped fast-track housing plan to deliver thousands of new homes for families will be gatherin...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Student wins exam case
Wexford student Rebecca Carter got the result she wanted at the High Court yesterday when she won he...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
No end in sight to rent and house price spiral
THERE is no end in sight to the housing misery that is leaving thousands of families struggling with...
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