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  • Average rent soars by 6.6pc as landlords warned about 'significant consequences' of hiking fees

    19 September 2017 13:34

    At the end of June the nationalised average standard rent was €1,017, up €63 compared to €954 year-on-year. The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) released their Q2 2017 Rent Index today, which shows that while quarter-on-quarter growth was relatively flat in the first three months of this year, this accelerated between April and the end of June. Dublin

  • Mother reveals Ryanair flight cancelled despite not being on O'Leary's list

    19 September 2017 12:06

    Holiday to Disneyland ruined after late cancellation Lorraine Teevan, from Co Cavan, and daughter Noelani flew out from Dublin airport this morning but just moments before they boarded the plane she received an email saying their return journey had been cancelled. This was despite the fact that the specific journey was not detailed on an extensive list of flights

  • Charleton Tribunal: Faith healer called to home of whistleblower after 'tiff' with partner

    19 September 2017 12:05

    The tribunal is looking at contacts between gardaí and Tusla in relation to Garda Keith Harrison. Jim Quinn said he had been at the Golden Grill in Letterkenny, dealing with a young man who was intoxicated, when he got a call from Garda Keith Harrison saying he had had "a bit of a tiff" with his partner, Marisa Simms. In a statement to gardai in October

  • President Higgins officially opens ploughing championships

    19 September 2017 11:42

    President Michael D Higgins has officially opened the 86th National Ploughing Championships near Tullamore in Co Offaly. Close to 300,000 people expected to attend the three-day event at Screggan. Gardaí have asked those travelling to the event to be patient and to follow the suggested route signs that have been marked out rather than routes suggested

  • Ryanair offers pilots €12,000 bonuses to forgo annual leave

    19 September 2017 11:09

    Company tries to close gap in rosters that has caused cancellations for 400,000 travellers Pilots at Ryanair are being offered up to €12,000 in bonuses to forgo annual leave in an attempt to close the gaps in work rosters that have caused flight cancellations affecting as many as 400,000 travellers. The airline blamed its own “mess-up” in rostering that has led to pilots

  • Ryanair won’t suffer lasting damage from flight drama, analysts say

    19 September 2017 10:17

    Over the weekend, the Irish carriers scrapped well over 100 flights as a result of what chief executive Michael O’Leary has called "a mess of our own making" in planning pilot holidays. Hundred more flights are due to be culled between now and the end of October, but analysts have said that Ryanair is unlikely to suffer any permanent damage to its balance

  • Ryanair offers pilots up to €12,000 in one-off bonuses to work on days off

    19 September 2017 10:17

    More than 120 pilots at the budget airline attended three meetings in Dublin yesterday where a ballot for industrial action was discussed, and their colleagues are set to meet across Europe over the next 48 hours to consider a “collective” approach. Members of pilot associations are due to meet at bases, including South Charleroi in Brussels, Bergamo

  • News analysis: Rohingya Muslims being wiped off map after generations in Burma

    19 September 2017 09:45

    Rohingya Muslims have called Burma home for generations. Now, in what appears to be a systematic purge, the minority ethnic group is, quite literally, being wiped off the map, writes Robin McDowell of Associated Press. AFTER a series of attacks by Muslim militants last month, security forces and allied mobs retaliated by burning down thousands of Rohingya

  • Manhunt launched after fitness instructor (29) shot dead outside Eddie Rockets

    19 September 2017 09:44

    John Gibson (29) was gunned down in a car park in Fortunestown Lane, Tallaght, at around 9.20pm last night. Gardai believe the murders were carried out by a west Dublin gang who are intent on wiping out Walsh’s outfit. The gang suspected of murdering Gibson have links to the Kinahan cartel and are considered among the biggest drug distributors in west Dublin

  • EastEnders fans: Have we missed an episode?

    19 September 2017 09:26

    EastEnders fans were left questioning whether they had missed an episode after a character who underwent a heart operation was seen sitting in a cafe. On Friday’s show, Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) was rushed to hospital after being diagnosed with Brugada Syndrome, a rare and inherited condition that affects the way electrical signals pass through the heart