Irish news headlines: new hubs identified as remote working campaign intensifies; ‘almost impossible’ for Olympic gold medalist Kellie Harrington to get a mortgage


Here are’s top stories today.

The government will identify the locations of remote work centers

The government must identify the locations of remote work centers across the country as ministers meet to discuss legislation to make it a legal right for employees to request to work remotely.

‘It was great to see him again after so long’ – Wexford man Diarmuid (103) returns to local pub as restrictions are lifted

A festive atmosphere pervaded the town of Wexford as friends gathered for a long-awaited night out, a chance to let loose after two years.

Bill payers save an additional €13.50 in energy credit after VAT cost included

The cost of Value Added Tax (VAT) will be included in the government’s new energy credit scheme, meaning bill payers will save €113.50 when the scheme is introduced later this year.

Doctor says he was ‘sidelined’ after highlighting issues with prescribing children’s medication

Dr Ankur Sharma, the doctor whose concerns sparked a major review into the treatment of 1,300 young mental health patients, believes he had no choice but to quit, saying he had been “sidelined” after becoming a whistleblower.

Olympic gold medalist Kellie Harrington finds it ‘almost impossible’ to get a mortgage

Not even one of the country’s most acclaimed sports stars can land a winning streak when it comes to navigating the Irish property market – she still can’t get a mortgage approved.

The Indo Daily: Remembering Bloody Sunday – 50 years later

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Garda focus on number of attackers in teen sexual assault case

Gardaí are investigating whether more than one suspect was involved in the sexual assaults of two teenage girls over the weekend.

What is the threat of the new “Stealth Omicron” sub-variant?

An offshoot of Omicron, which was detected in Ireland, is currently being investigated in the UK. It has been found in several countries including Denmark which experienced a second peak. So how much of a threat is this variant?

‘A quiet and decent man’ – The funeral takes place of a man whose body was taken to Carlow Post Office to collect a pension

The funeral of Peadar Doyle, the man whose body was taken to a post office in Carlow in an attempt to collect his pension, took place yesterday. Peadar, who died on Friday January 21, was laid to rest in St Mary’s Cemetery today after a funeral mass at Holy Family Church in Askea at 11am on Monday morning.

Billions of Irish shares wiped out as market wakes up to prospect of worsening crisis in Ukraine

Irish stocks shared a broad market rout on Monday, wiping up to €6 billion from the combined valuations of Ireland’s largest listed companies, as the prospect of war in Ukraine and rising interest rates interest caused investors to dive for safety.

Spectacular scenes in Galway as the murmur of thousands of starlings sweeps the sky

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