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With the new year now underway, you may be looking to make a fresh financial start. But sometimes change can be tough to actually achieve — especially when it comes to your financial life. Paying down debt and saving for your future can seem like overwhelming tasks, and creating a budget just sounds boring. So how can you get your finances in...
LGBTQ+ community members share messages and support for Lesbian Visibility Day Lesbian Visibility Day has been celebrated annually on April 26 since 2008. (Rawpixel/Getty Images) LGBTQ+ people around the world, along with politicians and advocacy groups, have been raising awareness and support for the 11th annual Lesbian Day of Visibility. Thousands of people have been posting using the hashtag #LesbianVisibilityDay, with politicians including...
Take time buying cover online or risk becoming uninsurable Buying via a website is often cheaper and quicker but make sure you're covered Buying via a website is often cheaper and quicker but make sure you’re covered The unfair way that some insurers cancel insurance policies - and then refuse to pay out for claims - was recently criticised by the State...
Obituary: Johnny Hutch Rock 'n' roll drummer with the Big Three who turned down The Beatles - a band he condemned as 'posers' STANDING IN: Johnny Hutch, playing a gig with the The Silver Beetles, fixed a heavy claw hammer to his bass drum pedal Johnny Hutch, who has died aged 79, was the drummer and lead singer in Liverpool's loudest beat...
Broadband call 'timed to avoid election battering' Fianna Fáil’s Timmy Dooley. Photo: Tom Burke Fine Gael has been accused of timing the decision on the future of the roll-out of rural broadband to prevent its local election candidates being "battered" on the doorsteps during the campaign. Fianna Fáil communications spokesman Timmy Dooley made the claim as he argued people are "infuriated" by...
Loaded firearm seized by gardai in Blanchardstown The seized gun Photo: An Garda Siochana Gardai and the Defence Forces have seized a loaded firearm during a search in Dublin this evening. The search carried out a waste ground in the vicinity of the Riversdale Community College and the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown. During the course of the search a loaded Makarov 9mm pistol...
Gerard O'Regan: 'Younger generation has seen the light - but blinkers still on in the North' The DUP's Arlene Foster (left) with Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O'Neill. Photo: Charles McQuillan/Pool via REUTERS Jessie Buckley is but the latest. The 29-year-old has emerged as an actress and singer with that certain something propelling her to stardom. She made the...
Philip Ryan: 'New Irish forced to fight their way on to the ballot' Parties lecture about diversity but make little effort to embrace minority candidates BOX SEAT: Yemi Adenuga, from Nigeria, is running for Fine Gael in Navan Leinster House is easily one of the least diverse working environments in the entire country. The corridors of power are stuffed to the brim...
French protests into 24th week despite president’s pledges The yellow vest demonstrators are against Emmanuel Macron’s alleged favouring of the wealthy. A Yellow Vest demonstrator wearing a wolf mask gestures during a march in Paris (Rafael Yaghobzadeh/AP) Yellow vest protests are taking place in France’s main cities for the 24th consecutive week. Campaigners are challenging economic policies President Emmanuel Macron stood by while...
Harris considers legal move to make vaccination mandatory for children Health Minister Simon Harris. Photo: Steve Humphreys Health Minister Simon Harris has said it is "irresponsible" to send unvaccinated children to school and he is seeking the advice of the attorney general on the issue of a mandatory programme of immunisation. Mr Harris also said it is time politicians were "called out"...

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