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[ad_1] The brand new series with Hector Ó hEochagáin, Hector – Éire Nua, debuted last night on TG4. fter having spent the last 20 years traveling the four corners of the world, this time Hector takes us on a whirlwind tour of Ireland to meet all the great people from overseas who now call Ireland …

[ad_1] There was another setback for Slaintecare on Thursday when Professor Anthony O’Connor became the third senior official to leave the Implementation Advisory Board. He is believed to have resigned due to governance issues within the organization, but Professor O’Connor said he did not want to comment publicly. Professor O’Connor, clinical manager of the gastroenterology …

[ad_1] Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York The Old Order of the Hibernians (AOH) will join with Gaelic societies, Irish community groups and parishioners in the strongly Irish region of Woodlawn-McLean to hold an Irish language mass …

[ad_1] There is a high risk of an increase in Covid-19 cases and deaths this fall in countries with insufficient vaccine coverage, the European Center for Disease Control (ECDC) has warned. Vulnerable and fully vaccinated people are still at risk of contracting an infection with serious consequences, he said in his latest rapid risk assessment. …

24m | Antoine Savvas Data artificial intelligence platform Altada Technology Solutions has completed an $ 11.5 million funding round led by Rocktop Partners alongside Elkstone Partners and Enterprise Ireland. With more than 70 employees in the United States and Europe, Altada focuses on the financial services, health, security and travel industries, helping organizations improve their …

[ad_1] The failure on Tuesday night of the chlorination system for Doneraile’s water supply led to the decision to issue an immediate boil water advisory for Irish Water customers in the area, according to The Corkman. he prompt response from the relevant authorities – the opinion was published by Irish Water and Cork County Council …

[ad_1] Rents across Ireland rose at a rate of 7% nationwide for the second quarter of 2021, a level of increase that the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) described as a ’cause for concern’. The report focuses on the period in which the country left the lockdown and notes a particular increase in rents in suburban …

[ad_1] A new street art project has been unveiled at Windsor Park celebrating some of the stadium’s most memorable moments. The Irish FA Foundation, the Linfield Supporters Trust, the Greater Village Regeneration Trust and the Amalgamation of Northern Ireland Supporters Clubs have joined forces for the project, which also celebrates the connection between the football …

[ad_1] Kay Collins traded in a desk and her family’s transportation company books for a truck and the open road for a few days each week. It is not by choice but by necessity. The 32-year-old accountant has had to replace a truck driver at Collins Transport – a fourth-generation family business in north County …

[ad_1] Pharmaceutical company Perrigo has agreed to a settlement of nearly 300 million euros with the tax authorities over a tax bill according to the Irish authorities. The € 297 million settlement is one of the largest on record here, but is only a fraction of the € 1.64 billion tax assessment the Revenue Commissioners …

[ad_1] The Attorney General acts privately for the former directors of Independent News & Media in their dealings with High Court inspectors investigating the affairs of the company. The inspectors were appointed by the High Court following a request by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE), the state’s business law enforcement authority. …

[ad_1] The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Northern Ireland on Wednesday and met in person with a group of student nurses who they first spoke to via a video call in February. Prince william and Kate visited Londonderry for a day trip to meet young people and hear about how organizations are engaging in …

Insurers operating in the Irish market have to date paid € 130 million in claims for business interruption resulting from the Covid-19 crisis, fueled by a historic court ruling and pressure from the Central Bank, depending on the regulator. The Central Bank wrote to a number of insurers in February urging them to pay valid …

[ad_1] I wake up and, as is my bad habit, check Twitter. I face an unusual level of denigration of teachers – even by Irish standards. “The majority of teachers did nothing. “Catch, catch, catch.” So goes my Twitter thread. Shortly after, I find the source of the problem. All three teachers’ unions have reportedly …

[ad_1] The Environment Minister said he could not rule out power outages this winter as Ireland grapples with “strained” supply issues. EirGrid has identified a serious security of supply risk resulting from long-term outages of two large power plants, in Huntstown and Whitegate, which remain offline but are expected to return to the system in …

[ad_1] YOU might think that an Irish Open Pool title wouldn’t be too high on Cormac Kerr’s list of sporting achievements. Almost everything, the Drogheda native is already a two-time World and European Underage Champion already, but now that the 21-year-old has entered the toughest adult ranks he has had to raise the bar again …

[ad_1] Representatives of workers from local employment services and employment clubs will appear before an Oireachtas committee this morning to outline their concerns about a tendering process for the service by the Department of Social Protection. SIPTU and Forsa say the process will lead to possible layoffs and disruption of services as people return to …

[ad_1] Northern Ireland boss Ian Baraclough believes Blackpool forward Shayne Lavery will only get better for the club and the country. Lavery took his season tally for the Seasiders to six goals in 12 games with a superb volley in Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw at Hull City, The 22-year-old, who joined Blackpool from Irish League …

[ad_1] Irish Water and Wicklow County Council crews successfully completed repairs following a major 200mm main water main rupture on the Woodstock Road area in Newtownmountkennedy. It broke out the main affected customers in Newtownmountkennedy, Kilcoole Village and surrounding areas. However, the teams were able to maintain supply in certain regions by reconfiguring the network. …

[ad_1] The government has approved a ‘comprehensive’ review of Irish land use planning legislation with the aim of boosting implementation of the national housing strategy. On Tuesday, Cabinet approved the review, which will be overseen by the attorney general, which is expected to end in September next year. The government has also approved a review …

[ad_1] Ireland’s lucrative 12.5% ​​corporate tax rate is “not a one-size-fits-all selling point” for multinational companies, and never has been, the Taoiseach said. Micheál Martin told Dáil that negotiations which would see corporate tax set at a minimum of 15% are “not finished at all” and Ireland is asking for further clarification on the matter. …

Ireland has climbed to the top of Bloomberg’s Covid resilience rankings, meaning the nation has handled Covid-19 better than any other country in the world, according to the media and finance giant. The reland went from around 40th at the start of January this year – when it had the world’s worst infection rate – …

[ad_1] From the start of this first event in a series of public debates on the prospect of Irish unity, Senator Frances Black, chair of the event held on Saturday at a hotel in Cork City, drew up the stand of the organization of which she is a member of the board of directors and …

[ad_1] GOVERNMENT’S HEAD-IN-THE SAND approach to the proliferation of power-hungry data centers threatens our energy security, foreign investment, jobs and climate action goals. Why? We don’t know because the government hasn’t done even a rudimentary cost-benefit analysis. What is the government’s policy on data centers? A 17-page document from 2018, titled Government Statement on the …

[ad_1] ASKAMORE contact note by e-mail Please send the notes for the paper to [email protected] Askamore Community Center Classes as follows. Finches Fitness – Wednesday morning: Pilates – 9 am Fitness 10 am; Suitable for everyone (over 50) 11:15 am; Fitness class Wednesday evening 7:30 p.m. Colm O’Neill Fitness – Gym opening hours Monday Friday …

[ad_1] Ireland needs assurances that a global minimum corporate tax rate will not be changed and will be implemented by all countries that join it, said tánaist Leo Varadkar. The Minister of Enterprise and Trade made the remarks as he addressed an audience – including representatives of US companies – at the Center for Strategic …

[ad_1] The government is concerned about the quality of Ireland’s water as around half of the country’s waterways are now in poor condition or worse, Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien said. On Monday, the department released its draft watershed management plan, a strategy overseeing the improvement of rivers, estuaries and other areas, which will now be …

[ad_1] Ireland has celebrated a summer of sporting success nationally and internationally, but when we look to the grassroots of our sporting heroes, we need to see how much we can do by investing in community facilities. So says Community Finance Ireland, which this week launched a new € 5 million fund offering social finance …

[ad_1] The DUP said a Green Party proposal for a Belfast declaration on the rights of nature “will give rights to trees”. At the recent Belfast Council Policy and Strategic Resources Committee (Friday, September 24), councilors passed a green motion designed to start a public conversation in the city on the growing ‘Rights of Nature’ …

[ad_1] General view of a branch of Bank of Ireland in Dublin, Ireland on March 1, 2021. REUTERS / Clodagh Kilcoyne / File Photo / File Photo DUBLIN, Sept.27 (Reuters) – The Bank of Ireland (BIRG.I) blamed state restrictions on bankers’ salaries and bonuses for the announcement on Monday that CFO Myles O’Grady would be …

Doctors are looking to double intensive care beds in hospitals, saying decades of underinvestment left health services on the brink of collapse during the Covid-19 pandemic. As the Irish Examiner reports, the Irish Medical Organization (IMO) said next month’s budget was to mark the start of an era of substantial and ongoing funding for health …

[ad_1] Tenants in an upscale rental construction complex in Dublin rely on slurry tankers to dispose of their wastewater after houses are built without a sewer connection. Wastewater from the toilets and sinks of the 106 houses is channeled to an on-site holding tank. A tractor and a slurry tank come several times a week …

[ad_1] When the wealthy businessman trying to fund a cup defense in Auckland – against the wishes of Team NZ – was copied in a controversial email last week, all hell broke loose. Writing for BusinessDesk, Pattrick Smellie provides the background to the junkyard and what Grant Dalton might do next. If Mark Dunphy has …

[ad_1] FINN Valley AC retained the McGonagle Champions Cup after an exciting day of cross country at Stranorlar on Sunday. Images of Dermot McGranaghan Finn Valley AC won the overall award after winning the team gold medal in Girls Under 9, Boys Under 9, Girls Under 10, Girls Under 11 , boys under 11, boys …

[ad_1] The death has been announced of Paddy Prendergast, the last surviving member of Mayo’s last team to reach All-Ireland senior football glory 70 years ago. The death of this legendary figure, at the age of 95, was confirmed earlier this morning. Prendergast was the Mayo side-back who lifted Sam Maguire back to back in …

[ad_1] A man from north Belfast who has started his own black taxi tour business to provide an unbiased explanation of the issues hopes it will help people continue to be educated. Choppers Authentic Cab Tours was born out of the pandemic, starting in May 2021 after Chopper found himself in financial difficulty after getting …

[ad_1] Suggestions that the UK government could ignore parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol and potentially trigger Article 16 have been called “very irresponsible” by EU Commissioner Mairead McGuinness. s McGuinness told the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday that the European Union and the UK government should “trust each other” and said “threats are not …

[ad_1] A pair of unlikely friends who met on an Alzheimer Society remembrance walk have gathered for the first time to cut the ribbon at this year’s event. Car retailer Ryan Harkness is the same age as former teacher Denise Morgan’s daughter, but they hit it off after Denise greeted Ryan at the finish line …

The daughter of a serial con artist opened up about how her mother, who posed as a bogus Irish heiress and allegedly scammed more than 20 people in Northern Ireland, used her to help carry out a £ 500,000 mortgage scam . n Queen of the Con, Chelsea Welch explains that Marianne Smyth would ask …

[ad_1] Labor veteran Mervyn Taylor, who died at the age of 89, was instrumental in lifting the divorce ban in the Constitution in the November 1995 referendum. He was also the first Jewish member of an Irish government, where he was first Minister of Labor for nine days so he could sit in cabinet until …

[ad_1] The owner of Paddy Irish Whiskey Sazerac, one of the largest producers of distilled spirits in North America, is reportedly looking to develop a new home for the spirits. It is understood that Sazerac, which owns over 450 brands worldwide, including Southern Comfort Spiced Whiskey, Fireball Whiskey and Buffalo Trace Bourbon, has approached distilleries …

[ad_1] A bronze medal smile for all of Ireland for the Seepersad family Posted: Sat, Sep 25, 2021, 10:05 PM Last update: Sun Sep 26, 2021, 12:32 AM Recognized today as the “Boy from the Meath Chronicle” at the Community Games final in Carlow, seven-year-old Feidhleim Seepersad won the All Ireland Bronze Medal in County …

[ad_1] Hundreds of abortion rights protesters attended a rally outside Leinster House this afternoon, ahead of an upcoming review of current abortion law. The protest was organized by the Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC) and speakers called for the full decriminalization of abortion and greater availability of services. ARC spokeswoman JoAnne Neary said that despite the …

[ad_1] HSE health protection surveillance has been informed of 1,335 new cases of Covid-19, the health ministry has confirmed. he number of people hospitalized now stands at 282, a decrease of 15 since yesterday. Of these patients, 65 are being treated in intensive care, four more than yesterday. The @hpscireland was reported today of 1,335 …

[ad_1] Hotels and guesthouses in Laois and across the country have had another exceptionally difficult year due to Covid. The average room occupancy rate for 2021 is 25% for the Midlands / Mid East region, including Laois since the start of the year, according to the latest research from the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) . …

[ad_1] Scotland The women take on Ireland. In 2019, women’s football in Scotland really gained in popularity when the national team reached their own World Cup and their rugby counterparts looked to participate in their own flagship event for the first time since 2010. Ahead of the final round of qualifying matches in Parma, Italy …

Franco-Irish solar energy company Amarenco, whose executive chairman is former Bord Gáis boss John Mullins, is buying two solar parks in France for an enterprise value of 31 million euros. marenco acquires the assets of the French renewable energy company Neoen. The solar farms are located in the south of France, in Grabels and in …

[ad_1] Sinn Féin was the political party that received the most money from public funds last year. t received a total of 3.45 million euros from the state last year, while Fianna Fáil received 3.4 million euros and Fine Gael received 2.97 million euros. However, out of the three largest political parties, Sinn Féin spent …

[ad_1] Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the government would make a “collective decision” on how to respond to an invitation to attend a controversial religious ceremony marking Northern Ireland’s centenary. The “Service of Reflection and Hope to Mark the Centenary of the Partition of Ireland and the Formation of Northern Ireland” takes place at St Patrick’s …

[ad_1] ARKLOW CBS contest of mind We received the good news this week that Arklow CBS has been selected as one of six schools across the country as the winner of the #mybikestory Twitter contest by Green Schools Ireland. Congratulations again to all those who participated in the National Bike Week last week and in …

[ad_1] The Northern Ireland executive announced that the country would remove the requirement for a pre-departure Covid test or “test to fly” from October 4. In a statement, a spokesperson for the executive said: “On international travel, we have decided to remove the requirement for pre-departure testing for fully vaccinated arrivals from countries not on …

[ad_1] The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of managing outbreaks of infection as a global community. Many important advances have been made by countries together, including a range of highly effective vaccines to prevent serious illness and death. But the extent of inequality in countries’ access to the vaccine stands in stark contrast to …

[ad_1] Press play to listen to this article PORTPATRICK, Scotland – Pont Boris, we barely knew you. Boris Johnson’s grand plan to save the United Kingdom of Nations with a huge floating bridge or underground tunnel connecting Scotland and Northern Ireland appears to be a no-start – to the disappointment of enthusiastic engineers and much …

[ad_1] The Department of Defense (MoD) has granted a request to send around 100 military medics to Northern Ireland to help hospitals in need of help with the number of coronavirus patients, Sky has learned News. Service personnel are expected to be deployed in the coming days. They should support Belfast City Hospital and Ulster …

[ad_1] A LIGHT plane supposed to carry four people has crashed on the Wexford coast. The plane crashed shortly after 5 p.m. in an area of ​​shore near Carnsore Point, just south of Rosslare Harbor. A major response operation is currently underway including all emergency services. There was no confirmation of the number of people …

[ad_1] The government is “exploring all options” to ensure that purpose-built student accommodation remains in use for students, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar told Dáil as protesters gathered outside Leinster House. Officials from the business and housing departments met Wednesday evening to discuss the issue and there will be “further announcements in the coming weeks,” Varadkar said. …

[ad_1] Technology Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the tech sector, said today that the 2022 budget must recognize and support the tech sector as the main driver of the country’s recovery. He also said the budget should aim to develop Ireland’s foreign direct investment growth model to attract and retain multinational tech companies, support …

[ad_1] Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today encouraged retailers, hospitality and service sectors across Northern Ireland to show their support for the High Street Support Scheme, which opens applications between the September 27 and October 25. Minister of Economy Gordon Lyons The ministry has released a digital suite of promotional material for all qualifying retail, hospitality …

[ad_1] Corre Energy has raised 12 million euros during its initial public offering on Euronext Dublin. The market value of the company will be € 62 million following its admission to the stock market here, according to a press release from the group. Corre Energy is headquartered in the Netherlands and is headed by Irishman …

[ad_1] Suddenly, inflation – and especially the rise in the cost of energy – has exploded on the political agenda, and will play an important role in the government’s budgetary considerations. TD says the cost of living has been a smoldering public issue for some time. But as energy prices have skyrocketed in recent months, …

[ad_1] In 1941, Fredericka Martin, an American nurse, arrived on the isolated islands of Pribilof in the Bering Sea with her doctor husband. The couple had been brought to the islands by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. At Saint-Paul Island, located in the sea between Alaska and Siberia, they would provide medical services to …

[ad_1] The threat posed to global security by climate change would be a permanent item on the agendas of major world powers if an Irish proposal for a United Nations Security Council resolution were accepted. Taoiseach Micheál Martin will use the Irish Presidency of the Council on Thursday to urge those at the international diplomacy …

Updates from Aukus Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to hear about Aukus news. Joe Biden offered an olive branch to French President Emmanuel Macron to ease tensions that have erupted over France’s exclusion from a new trilateral security pact that deprived Paris of an agreement on sub- long-anticipated sailors. In …

[ad_1] Irish Water executives informing TDs and senators of drinking water contamination incidents in Dublin and Wexford will warn that the management structure of water treatment plants is inadequate. iall Gleeson, managing director of Irish Water, wrote to the Oireachtas housing committee to say that there is an urgent need for all factories to be …

[ad_1] B oris Johnson has admitted he is not close to concluding a post-Brexit trade deal between the US and UK, although the Leave campaign trumpeted such a deal to win voters in 2016. After more than 90 minutes of discussions with Joe Biden at the White House, the Prime Minister conceded Wednesday that he …

[ad_1] Bank of Ireland has announced that several community and arts projects in Louth and Meath will be supported by it under a new fundraising initiative. Bank of Ireland’s Begin Together funds will see more than € 825,000 in funding placed in community and arts projects across Ireland, with suicide prevention and LGBTQ + support …

[ad_1] The government has not decided to delay construction of the Metrolink until 2027, according to a spokesperson for the Department of Transportation. However, he is unable to say when construction of the project will begin. It comes after Labor TD Duncan Smith yesterday asked Transport Minister Eamon Ryan for urgent clarification on MetroLink metro …

[ad_1] DUP chief Sir Jeffrey Donaldson held a meeting with an LGBT organization. He met with representatives of the Rainbow Project on Monday in Stormont. It is believed to be the first time that a DUP leader has had a meeting with an LGBT group. The engagement is the latest sign that the DUP is …

[ad_1] Two soldiers from the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment have been accused of waging a “persistent” campaign of intimidation against a Northern Irish colleague, including cursing at him about the IRA and the car bombings. Soldiers Maxwell Nicholls and Declan Coutts also allegedly put Private Scott Alexander in strangles and headaches, repeatedly soaked his bed …

[ad_1] As lotto fever continues to plague the country, Wednesday’s jackpot is heading to € 17 million, the second-highest total since the game began in 1988. Any winner could become the second biggest Irish jackpot winner in gaming history and become the country’s newest multimillionaire. This year has already seen five Lotto jackpot wins, with …

Former Irish rugby international Brendan Mullin is to be tried for deception, false accounting and theft of nearly € 600,000 at the Bank of Ireland where he held a senior executive position. Mullin (57) appeared in Dublin District Court on Tuesday following a Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) investigation into allegations of bank fraud …

[ad_1] Aston Lark, the UK-based licensed insurance broker backed by Goldman Sachs, has purchased Deanspoint Insurance Brokers. he acquisition of Deanspoint, which operates as Abbey Murphy Insurance, is Aston Lark’s seventh purchase so far this year in Ireland. Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Longford and Mullingar, Abbey Murphy Insurance provides both personal insurance and …

[ad_1] Justin Trudeau will win a third term as Prime Minister of Canada, with his Liberal party set to remain the largest group in Parliament, after Erin O’Toole, leader of the main opposition Conservative party, admitted defeat. However, with results still visible Monday night, Mr. Trudeau appeared ready for another minority government, forcing him to …

[ad_1] The group of church leaders, which are hosting the Northern Ireland Centenary Service in St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh next month, have learned for the first time that President Michael D Higgins will not be attending through media, sources said. There is also concern within the group, for security reasons, that Queen Elizabeth’s expected …

[ad_1] Lava from the first volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands in Spain in 50 years forced the evacuation of 5,500 people and destroyed around 100 homes, but the streams were advancing more slowly than expected, authorities said on Monday. The molten rock flow will not reach the Atlantic Ocean on Monday evening, as was …

[ad_1] The Taoiseach said Ireland would continue to engage in discussions on global tax reform in a “constructive” manner. Speaking in New York after a meeting with New York State Governor Kathy Hochul, Micheál Martin told reporters Ireland will continue to discuss the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development agreement (OECD) on reforming global tax …

[ad_1] Taoiseach Micheál Martin called the sinister demonstrators who gathered in front of Leo Varadkar’s house “despicable and shocking”. He also said the disturbing developments, which have seen an increasing number of private homes of politicians targeted, have “no place in our democracy.” He added: “I think we as a country tolerate political debate, we …

[ad_1] Antigen testing for Covid-19 should not be used to replace existing means of mitigating the spread of the virus, the state health watchdog advised. There is “uncertainty” about the effectiveness of rapid antigen tests in screening people without symptoms, and their widespread use has significant resource implications, according to the Health Information and Quality …

[ad_1] Teenage smoking rates have increased for the first time in 25 years, according to a new study from Ireland. The study, from the TobaccoFree Research Institute, also shows that teen vaping rates have increased over the past four years and that teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to smoke. It was published in …

Angry Indians accuse UK of racism and discrimination, after India was excluded from a list of countries from which fully vaccinated people can travel to England without mandatory 10-day home isolation and onerous testing requirements. The UK government announced on Friday it was easing restrictions on travelers who had been fully vaccinated in the US, …

[ad_1] A total of 49,000 people are on the waiting list for eye care, with optometrists saying the delays are “unacceptable”. he National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF) figures up to August 2021 show that nearly 41,200 were on the waiting list for outpatient eye care. Almost 19,000 waited more than a year and 14,800 more …

[ad_1] United States President Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer both spoke separately over the weekend, warning the British government to preserve the Good Friday deal at all costs. . Schumer spoke to 100 Irish American activists at the Martin McGuinness Leaders’ March on Sunday morning at the Irish Famine Memorial Site. He …

[ad_1] The Secretary General of the Financial Services Union (FSU) has called on banks to stop using Covid as an excuse to speed up main street closures. Culminating exclusively at the Belfast Telegraph, John McConnell said the reduced number of bank visits during the pandemic did not illustrate the drop in demand, but rather a …

[ad_1] Major US companies have told Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe that Ireland would be unwise to stay out of a global tax deal if a deal is ultimately reached on taxing corporate profits around the world. US Chamber of Commerce intervention in Ireland comes as Minister faces international pressure to accept OECD proposals for a …

[ad_1] As you browse the newspaper archives, it is always fascinating to see what has changed over the past 25 years. or for example, in 1996 the Independent Irish comfortably made headlines which described Bill Clinton as a ‘family man’, Pádraig Harrington was just a future star with dreams for the Ryder Cup and Dustin …

[ad_1] The government has made it “absolutely clear” that the state’s energy infrastructure will be able to supply the electricity needed for projects such as a multibillion-euro Intel chip factory, the minister said. Environment Eamon Ryan. Ireland is said to be one of three countries on a shortlist as a location for some of the …

[ad_1] KASHA MUMIE WAS separated from her children and trafficked from Uganda to Ireland in 2016. She arrived in Ireland by boat in a van with a group of other women. When she arrived here, Kasha managed to escape her traffickers. “The first night I didn’t know I was in Ireland. I didn’t even know …

[ad_1] Irish country music star Ronnie Kennedy will be laid to rest on Wednesday. onnie, who played accordion and keyboards with Daniel O’Donnell’s band for decades, died after a long battle with cancer on Friday. He is survived by his wife Fran and their children Alan, Karen, Gary, Derek and Laura. Mr. Kennedy’s funeral will …

It feels like Ireland’s monstrous debt – it will rise to € 240 billion by the end of the year, on a per capita basis the third largest in the world, has been put there by a bunch of rogue bankers. And that we, as a people, have been the victims of terrible harm. The …

[ad_1] Read the top 10 stories on Independent.ie this morning … Irish air traffic control ‘in crisis’, say staff as they call on Transport Minister Eamon Ryan to investigate Irish air traffic controllers said the system was in crisis and personnel problems had resulted in “an increased risk of an air traffic incident or accident”. …

[ad_1] TAOISEACH MICHEÁL MARTIN will travel to New York today before attending a series of UN events in the city next week. The Taoiseach will chair a Security Council meeting on Thursday, where he is expected to send a clear message to the Council that he must take climate change and its contribution to global …

[ad_1] Lebanese officials expressed outrage on Saturday after a gas utility company announced last week that it had been awarded a contract to carry out a drilling campaign for Greek energy producer Energean off the coast of northern Israel. Halliburton will work with Energean on three to five drilling and completion wells in the Karish …

[ad_1] The national women’s rugby team are in a tough spot today, and not just because they face a must-see match against Italy to stay alive in next year’s World Cup qualifiers. hey are also on the back foot more generally because the team’s profile has fallen off a cliff since the glory days of …

[ad_1] Following last season’s highs, La Rochelle started the new campaign stammered with Ronan O’Gara’s side suffering a third straight loss to start their league campaign. a Rochelle fell 23-22 against Clermont Auvergne away on Saturday night, leaving them just two bonus points lost in their first three games after previous defeats against reigning national …

[ad_1] The government said recent incidents of unsafe water supply from two treatment plants have now been rectified and the water is now safe to drink. Earlier this week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) described two serious incidents in recent weeks at drinking water plants serving parts of Dublin City (served by the Ballymore Water …

[ad_1] Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home and Crematorium Timothy Michael Lynch Ardmore – Lynch, Timothy Michael, 68 from Ardmore, Oklahoma, passed away on Friday, September 17, 2021, following an 18-year battle with cancer. In his last days, he was surrounded by family, friends, loving words and gestures. He was born in West Bend, WI on August 6, …

[ad_1] Irish Water will audit water treatment plants across the country, following two serious incidents where unsafe water has entered public drinking water supplies in recent weeks. A failure of a treatment plant serving Gorey, County Wexford resulted in unsanitary water being released from the plant over a period of five days, resulting in 52 …

A BRIDGE between Scotland and Northern Ireland “would overhaul the economy” after Brexit, said the architect behind the original idea. Speaking to the Herald, Professor Alan Dunlop said the idea would create thousands of jobs, which would be a good investment in post-Brexit Britain. It comes after reports that the UK government has shelved the …

[ad_1] Read the top 10 stories on Independent.ie this morning … Ministers claim € 5 on pensions despite warnings A € 5 increase in state pensions remains on the table for the 2022 budget, despite official warnings from civil servants that increases in social benefits should target people of working age Buy Christmas Toys Now …

[ad_1] Territorials face a grim post-Christmas time as COVID restrictions keep many away from loved ones. Key points: Territorials are still not sure about their Christmas plans Isolation will be a problem as families are separated by interstate lockdowns Companies will be encouraged to keep their shoulders behind the wheel during the off-season Typically, the …