Evening headlines: A 50 million euro hotel group fired its sales manager after she told them she was pregnant; and former deputy minister of Fianna Fáil on working for a Russian oligarch
Here are the main stories of the day.
Ukrainian rescue mission for Racheal Diyaolu (19) from Carlow fails after volunteers are fired upon by Russian army
Racheal Diyaolu (19), from Carlow, is currently taking refuge in the north-eastern town of Sumy, which is believed to have been surrounded by hostile forces.
“People would love to be a billionaire oligarch, but it’s a tricky job in Russia” – Conor Lenihan, former deputy minister of Fianna Fáil
A former Fianna Fáil deputy minister spoke today about his work for a Russian oligarch with close ties to Vladimir Putin.
A 50 million euro hotel group has fired its sales manager after she told them she was pregnant
A company that operates the four-star, €50million Hyatt Centric hotel in Dublin has sacked a sales manager three weeks after telling bosses she was pregnant.
EU must sit at the table and say ‘enough bloodshed’, says MP Clare Daly
Dublin MEP Clare Daly doubled down on her criticism of the West for antagonizing Russia.
Two people seriously injured in hospital after collision with car on sidewalk
A man and woman were seriously injured and are now hospitalized after a car collided with them as they walked on a footpath in Dublin.
‘Ashamed’ – Roy Keane blasts Manchester United after ‘unforgivable’ performance on derby day
“I think the worst thing you can say about United is that they gave up,” Keane told Sky Sports. “For a player in a derby, or any game, to quit is really unforgivable.”
Funeral details announced for Dublin mother Bernadette Connolly
Ms Connolly’s heartbroken daughter Jade has led a massive operation to find her mother after she was last seen on Donabate beach in County Dublin on January 7.
Fine Gael councilors submit motion for Dublin to strike ‘twinning’ deal with Kyiv
“We have a chance to show Ukrainians abroad, and at home, the deep ties our people want to have with our fellow Europeans who are fighting to protect the freedoms we all enjoy.”
Carey’s resume touted his career in high finance
Catriona Carey posed as a high-flying international financier with a budget of one billion euros to help struggling mortgage creditors. Mrs. Carey is in as much financial trouble as the people she claimed to be helping.