Today’s headlines: Report on Tony Holohan’s jobs fiasco reveals wage funds weren’t in place; ‘sanction the UAE if Daniel Kinahan is not extradited’, says Colombian vice president

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Report on Tony Holohan’s TCD decision to admit funding ‘wasn’t fully worked out’

A report from the controversial senior Department of Health official will admit that the final financial details of the secondment of Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan to Trinity College Dublin have not been fully worked out.

“Ireland should sanction the UAE if Daniel Kinahan is not extradited”

In an exclusive interview with the Irish IndependentMarta Lucía Ramírez, Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia, expressed concern about European gangs in her home country.

Electric car and retrofit could save a family €270 a month

Families who own electric cars and whose homes have been retrofitted to be more energy efficient save around €270 a month, according to an Irish Independent analysis.

Irish cancer patients wait four months longer than EU average for new drugs

Cancer patients in Ireland are waiting an average of four months longer than people with the disease in other European countries for access to new drugs, new research has found.

Record level of Leaving Cert students opting for a higher paper

With more students aiming high, this will increase competition in the CAO’s points race for higher education places.

Over 2,000 stranded living in direct services after being granted refugee status

More than 2,000 people who have been granted refugee status here are still stuck in direct supply, according to new figures.

The Israeli army shot and killed an unarmed Palestinian woman in the West Bank

Israeli troops shot and killed an unarmed Palestinian woman in the occupied West Bank yesterday and Palestinians set fire to a shrine revered by Jews, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.

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Watchdog to Review Crypto Ads Advice

The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) is considering a review of cryptocurrency advertisements that could lead to a crackdown on the promotion of digital assets.

Distorted selfies drive up demand for nose jobs

Selfies may be fueling unnecessary nose jobs, as smartphones make them look longer and wider, according to a study.

Major solar storm warning issued after Earth was hit by a large outburst from the sun

Earth is in the midst of a solar storm after being hit by an expulsion from the sun, officials said.

Nine detained over alleged Longford shooting