UL to start high visibility patrols on campus after a spike in Covid-19 cases – thejournal.ie

Image: Shutterstock/Hope Phillips Image: Shutterstock/Hope Phillips GARDAÍ WILL BE conducting high visibility patrols every evening around the University of Limerick (UL) due to concerns about student gatherings, according to the President of the university. The move comes after the university began mass testing their students, to manage an outbreak of Covid-19 among the student population earlier

GameStop rally: What the puzzling McDonald’s ice cream cone tweet could mean – Yahoo Finance

Bloomberg Buffett’s Berkshire Snaps Up Record $24.7 Billion of Own Stock (Bloomberg) — Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. bought back a record $24.7 billion of its own stock last year and said there’s more to come, as the conglomerate struggled to find other ways to deploy its enormous pile of cash.The company’s purchase of $9

Bill seeks to protect student renters during pandemic – RTE.ie

A leading third-level student organisation has called on the Government to support proposed legislation to protect student renters that will come before the Dáil today. The Union of Students in Ireland is urging Government and all other TDs to support the Bill and act on it immediately. It says the matter is extremely urgent for students,

Hair salon Peter Mark won’t reopen in Belfast after lockdown – Belfast Telegraph

Hairdressing chain Peter Mark has said it will not reopen its Belfast city centre salon following lockdown after its lease ran out. ong periods of closure have also taken their toll on the industry with salons shuttered for most of last year following the first shutdown at the end of March. The Arthur Street unit

Trendy bar, The Roundy, is up for auction with a €650,000 price – Irish Examiner

THE Roundy, a vibrant bar in the medieval core of Cork, is one of three city-centre properties set for online auction next month. The well-known corner premises at the junction of St Patrick St, Castle St and the Coal Quay, has a guide price of €650,000 and is on sale with joint agents Behan, Irwin

Applegreen service station offers 7.21pc yield to investors – Independent.ie

With service stations among the retail outlets which are open during Covid lockdown the sale of the Applegreen service station at Clonsilla Road, Dublin, will provide an interesting test of the market. Savills are quoting €3.5m for the property which is let to Petrogas Group Limited, a subsidiary of Applegreen plc. Its annual passing rent

Eden Quay investment offers the potential to boost yield – Independent.ie

A high profile Dublin city centre investment property overlooking the River Liffey at O’Connell Bridge has been brought to the market with a €1.6m guide price. It is being sold by an Italian investor who bought it in 2014 for €1.25m and is cashing in his chips and availing of the capital gains tax exemption

New to stream, rent or buy on DVD/Blu-ray: The Climb, Pixie, Cosmic Sin, Myth: A Frozen Tale and more… – The Irish News

FILM OF THE WEEK THE CLIMB (Cert 15, 97 mins, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Comedy/Drama/Romance, available from March 1 on Amazon Prime Video/BT TV Store/iTunes/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services) Starring: Michael Angelo Corvino, Kyle Marvin, Judith Godreche, Gayle Rankin. DURING a cycling run, Mike (Michael Angelo Corvino) confesses to best

Irish News columnists get to the heart of the matter – The Irish News

I’VE written before on how impressed I am with The Irish News collection of columnists. My admiration continues unabated but today one of my favourites, Alex Kane (February 19), delivered a gem. It’s a piece that every adult and teenager in Northern Ireland should read and then cut out and frame. This piece gets to

Covid in Ireland: Landlords could be forced to refund students' rent – The Times

Landlords would be required to repay rent to students who have not been able to occupy accommodation due to public health advice and Covid regulations under a new bill. Sinn Féin will table the Student Accommodation Bill in the Dáil this afternoon. It has been signed off by 56 opposition TDs from Labour, People Before