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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 * …

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 by …

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 on …

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 Keith …

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 placed …

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 with …

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 business …

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 estimated …

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 than …

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 Turkey …