Laura Mullett: A week in my wardrobe
Laura Mullett: A week in my wardrobe

Laura Mullett

How to build resilience when everything around you is falling apart
How to build resilience when everything around you is falling apart

Niamh Ennis

August: What to watch, stream, read and listen to this week
August: What to watch, stream, read and listen to this week

Sarah Finnan

Sienna Miller’s home is a 16th century English thatched cottage of dreams — see for yourself
Sienna Miller’s home is a 16th century English thatched cottage of dreams — see for...

Sarah Gill

Supper Club: Chicken with spring onions in satay sauce
Supper Club: Chicken with spring onions in satay sauce

Meg Walker

This Tipperary log cabin with gorgeously Scandi interiors is on the market for €299,500
This Tipperary log cabin with gorgeously Scandi interiors is on the market for €299,500

Megan Burns

Social Pictures: Special preview screening of Jordan Peele’s NOPE
Social Pictures: Special preview screening of Jordan Peele’s NOPE

Sarah Gill

Lunchtime Shopping Fix: Maternity staples to save you completely overhauling your wardrobe
Lunchtime Shopping Fix: Maternity staples to save you completely overhauling your wardrobe

Sophie Power

I tried this new body oil and it left my skin soft and glowing
I tried this new body oil and it left my skin soft and glowing

Shayna Sappington

My kitchen is tiny: these are the essentials I use (and what I wish I hadn’t bought)
My kitchen is tiny: these are the essentials I use (and what I wish I...

Lauren Heskin

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August 3: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds


By Sarah Gill
03rd Aug 2022
August 3: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

Your speedy summary of today's must-read stories.

Tusla unable to locate records of baby girl despite “extensive” search

Child and family agency Tusla has been unable to locate records about a baby girl who spent time in St Gerard’s institution in Dublin in 1936. The institution housed unmarried mothers and their children in the 1920s and 1930s.

thejournal.ie

Prisoner dies following Mountjoy cell assault

Robert O’Connor, aged 34 was attacked by at least three other prisoners in Dublin’s Mountjoy Prison days after his latest sentence was imposed. On a ventilator since last Friday, he has died in hospital. A number of suspects have been identified and are being investigated.

Irish Times

Nancy Pelosi vows US support for Taiwan

Nancy Pelosi has pledged an “ironclad” US commitment to Taiwan during a historic visit to the country that has infuriated China. This commitment also raised warnings that military manoeuvres Beijing announced in retaliation would amount to a blockade of the island.

Financial Times

Less than 1,000 people apply for special Covid redundancy payment

The government scheme providing workers with financial support has paid out some €455,500 in its first two months. Aiming to ensure that employees let go due to the pandemic and are eligible for a statutory redundancy payment are taken care of.

Irish Examiner

“I think I’m probably suffering with PTSD”

Rebekah Vardy has said that she is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after losing a libel trial against Coleen Rooney. “I feel physically sick when I talk about the trial and what happened, and I have nightmares.”

independent.co.uk