Letizia Loporeiato: Meet the artists showcasing at the Dean Art Studios
Letizia Loporeiato: Meet the artists showcasing at the Dean Art Studios

Sarah Finnan

Supper Club: Indian griddle chopped chicken salad
Supper Club: Indian griddle chopped chicken salad

Meg Walker

A careful reconfiguration of this Victorian Belfast home added a roof terrace and a sleek kitchen
A careful reconfiguration of this Victorian Belfast home added a roof terrace and a sleek...

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Lunchtime Fashion Fix: The best summer dresses to enjoy the glorious Irish sunshine in
Lunchtime Fashion Fix: The best summer dresses to enjoy the glorious Irish sunshine in

Sarah Finnan

Meet the TikToker asking strangers how much money they make  
Meet the TikToker asking strangers how much money they make  

Sarah Finnan

August 10: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds
August 10: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

Sarah Finnan

‘Keeping your own surname absolutely changes the way people perceive your marriage’
‘Keeping your own surname absolutely changes the way people perceive your marriage’

Jennifer McShane

7 tips to conquer wedding planning stress, according to an Irish wedding planner
7 tips to conquer wedding planning stress, according to an Irish wedding planner

Shayna Sappington

WIN the Everything’s Rosé experience for you and a friend in WILDE at The Westbury
WIN the Everything’s Rosé experience for you and a friend in WILDE at The Westbury

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Ask the Doctor: ‘My husband suffers from an enlarged prostate. He’s on medication, but it seems to be becoming less effective. Is there anything else that can be done?’
Ask the Doctor: ‘My husband suffers from an enlarged prostate. He’s on medication, but it...

Sarah Gill

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July 29: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds


By Sarah Gill
29th Jul 2022
July 29: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

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

Electric Vehicles

There have been only 33 public electric vehicle charge points approved under a scheme announced three years ago that was intended to develop up to 200 charge points per year. Local authorities should receive grants to cover three-quarters of the cost per charge point installed, but regardless, uptake remains “ridiculously low”.

thejournal.ie

Emission targets criticised

Farmers have been asked to cut their emissions by 25% before 2030 in a number of targets agreed by the Government across a number of sectors. The decision has been criticised as a move to ‘sell-out of our family farm model’ by the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association.

Irish Times

AIB will not revisit plans to go cashless

The chief executive of AIB Colin Hunt has confirmed the bank’s 170 branches will not revisit controversial plans to make 70 of its branches cashless as long as he is chief executive.

Breaking News

Ukrainian refugees set to be moved from Aviva Stadium

Over the past week, more than 100 Ukrainian refugees were accommodated on camp beds in the Aviva Stadium, and are set to be moved to alternative living quarters across the country today, as the Government expects 7,000 more refugees to arrive before the end of August.

Irish Examiner

Verdict to be delivered in Vardy v Rooney

Today’s the day that the High Court judgment will be handed down in the much talked about Wagatha Christie libel trial. Deciding whether they believe that Rebekah Vardy suffered “very serious harm to her reputation” as a direct result of Coleen Rooney’s 2019 social media post alleging she had leaked private stories about her to The Sun, the decision is set to be handed down by Mrs Justice Steyn around midday.

Sky News