Here are the top stories of morning from Independent.ie.
The Government is preparing to pay postmasters a sweetener of up to €1,000 a month in an attempt to keep post offices open.
Irish patients are less likely to be given the fresh hope offered by taking part in a clinical trial testing new treatments for illnesses such as cancer than those in other similar countries.
Permanent TSB has conceded that another 200 mortgage customers were wrongly denied good-value trackers.
A new class of anti-Alzheimer’s drugs capable of stopping or even reversing the devastating form of dementia are possible thanks to breakthrough research by a UCD-based scientist.
Some councils have issued no fines for dog fouling at all, an Irish Independent survey has found.
The half-Proclamation, sold at Whyte’s, is regarded as more scarce than the 1,000 copies of the full announcement of Irish independence that were distributed and pasted up in Easter Week.
Images show how close murdered Finglas gangster James Whelan's innocent mum came to death - when thugs, aligned with 'Mr Flashy', fire-bombed her home.
A highly anticipated report into the British government’s Partygate coronavirus lockdown scandal that could determine Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s political fortunes is set to be published this week, after months of delay.
Ukraine has ruled out a ceasefire or any territorial concessions to Moscow as Russia stepped up its attack in the country’s east and south, pounding the Donbas and Mykolaiv regions with air strikes and artillery fire.