State bill for medical negligence claims hits €530m

The Minister for Health has revealed that the cost of medical negligence claims to the State has increased by more than 650% in just over a decade. The State Claims Agency settled medical negligence claims for €81 million in 2010, Stephen Donnelly reported to the Health Committee. The minister warned that if nothing is done,

Protest calling for action on housing crisis held in Dublin

Thousands of people participated in a protest in Dublin to call attention to the nation’s housing crisis. The protesters demanded that the government take immediate action to address the housing shortage. The Raise the Roof protest comes just a day after the latest homeless figures hit a new all-time high, with nearly 11,400 people now

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reach divorce settlement

 Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have settled their divorce and avoided the trial that had been scheduled for the following month, court documents filed on Tuesday showed. The former Hollywood power couple’s divorce was finalised, and Kanye West is now required to pay Kim Kardashian 200,000 USD per month in child support. The rapper, 45,

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reach divorce settlement

 Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have settled their divorce and avoided the trial that had been scheduled for the following month, court documents filed on Tuesday showed. The former Hollywood power couple’s divorce was finalised, and Kanye West is now required to pay Kim Kardashian 200,000 USD per month in child support. The rapper, 45,

Social Space Ireland Celebrates Diwali In Dublin

Social Space Ireland or SSI organized Diwali celebrations this Saturday, 5th November 2022 at St. Brigid’s Parish Center, Stillorgan, Dublin. Diwali Celebrations Senator Barry Ward, DLR County Council representative Mary White, Detective Superintendent Brian OKeeffe, and Pat Finnerty, park-in-charge were some of the dignitaries that attended this Diwali celebration organized by the SSI. Around 250-300

Ireland makes €125m investment to help space-tech industry take off

Ireland has reaffirmed its commitment to the ESA as the nation prepares to launch its first satellite. The European Space Agency (ESA) will receive €125 million from the government over the following five years. This investment is anticipated to help Ireland’s expanding space industry grow even more. Minister of State for Business, Employment, and Retail

Japan beat Germany in second World Cup shock result

Japan defeated Germany 2-1 in another shock result at the World Cup on Wednesday as Takuma Asano’s 83rd-minute winner stunned the four-time champions. In their World Cup Group E opener , Japan shocked Germany with goals from substitutes Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano in the final 15 minutes. Ilkay Gündogan had given Germany the lead