Ireland News Headlines: 400000 face pension roll-out delay, worst 'blackspot' streets for personal injury claims revealed, and Bill and Melinda Gates split  Independent.ieView Full coverage on Google News
Covid is being blamed as more than 400,000 workers face another delay in the rollout of the long-awaited national pension scheme. The hold-up is due to "exceptional strain" caused by the pandemic. Also, the worst 'blackspot' streets for personal injury claims from across the country are revealed. Locations in Dublin, Galway and Kerry top the list in an Irish Independent investigation on claims. Read the top 10 news headlines on Independent.ie this morning...Covid is being blamed as more than 400,000 workers face another delay in the rollout of the long-awaited national pension scheme. The hold-up is due to "exceptional strain" caused by the pandemic. Also, the worst 'blackspot' streets for personal injury claims from across the country are revealed. Locations in Dublin, Galway and Kerry top the list in an Irish Independent investigation on claims. Read the top 10 news headlines on Independent.ie this morning...

Ireland News Headlines: 400,000 face pension roll-out delay, worst 'blackspot' streets for personal injury claims revealed, and Bill and Melinda Gates split - Independent.ie

Administrative staff hired or promoted at NUI Galway no longer require a level of proficiency in the Irish language. The university has confirmed to the Galway City Tribune that the automatic requirement for all administrative grade one, two and three workers to have a level of Irish has been removed. The change was approved by […]

NUIG drops Irish language requirement for staff – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

Administrative staff hired or promoted at NUI Galway no longer require a level of proficiency in the Irish language. The university has confirmed to the Galway City Tribune that the automatic requirement for all administrative grade one, two and three workers to have a level of Irish has been removed. The change was approved by […]

NUIG drops Irish language requirement for staff – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

print Galway Bay fm newsroom – 27 personal injury claims involving incidents at Eyre Square were brought against Galway City Council in the last 10 years. An Irish Independent investigation which examines incidents from 2010 to 2020 has found Dublin, Galway and Kerry have recorded some of the highest numbers of such claims nationwide. 27 […]

27 personal injury claims over incidents at Eyre Square in last 10 years - Galway Bay FM

The threat of a three-year sentence hangs over a couple who violently mugged three young women in separate attacks as they walked through the city on their way home from work and college on a winter’s evening. One of the victims sustained a fractured elbow as well as extensive bruising to her body as one […]

Muggers face jail threat after random Galway City attacks – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

The threat of a three-year sentence hangs over a couple who violently mugged three young women in separate attacks as they walked through the city on their way home from work and college on a winter’s evening. One of the victims sustained a fractured elbow as well as extensive bruising to her body as one […]

Muggers face jail threat after random Galway City attacks – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

So-called wet pubs should not be excluded from the Government grants aimed at improving shelter for outdoor facilities, according to a city councillor. Cllr Alan Cheevers (FF) told last week’s City Council meeting that it was unfair to exclude the wet pubs from the grants in tourist areas like the city – worth up to […]

Call for ‘wet pubs’ to be included in outdoor grants scheme – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

So-called wet pubs should not be excluded from the Government grants aimed at improving shelter for outdoor facilities, according to a city councillor. Cllr Alan Cheevers (FF) told last week’s City Council meeting that it was unfair to exclude the wet pubs from the grants in tourist areas like the city – worth up to […]

Call for ‘wet pubs’ to be included in outdoor grants scheme – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune: