Here are the main headlines of the evening.
Husband and wife, 30, arrested in connection with the murder of mother-of-two Lisa Thompson
Gardaí said the man and woman, both in their 30s, were both being held in separate Dublin Garda wards under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.
Catholic Church to capitalize on property price boom by selling vacant rectory
The Archbishop of Dublin, Dermot Farrell, is hiring a full-time property specialist to work on the portfolio.
‘Most people don’t want general elections’ – Taoiseach says Sinn Féin motion is ‘cynical’
A budget to deal with the cost-of-living crisis would be paralyzed by the passage of the government’s no-confidence motion tomorrow, the Taoiseach has warned.
Graham Norton toasts marriage with VIP party at Bantry House
The red carpet was rolled out at Bantry House for a lavish blessing ceremony between Norton, 59, and his partner as they celebrated their union in beauty town West Cork
Rugby player built up drug debt by using cannabis to ease injury-related pain, court says
A rugby student has racked up drug debt for using cannabis to relieve pain from an injury, a court has heard.
The Supreme Court is refusing to approve the Irish will of a British woman who left her holiday home in Wicklow to a neighbour
The High Court has rejected an application for the Irish will of a UK resident who left their holiday home in Co Wicklow here to a neighbour.
Fitness brand ambassador who illegally shared Garda confidential information spares criminal record
Kirstie Reynolds, 31, shared images sent to her on Whatsapp of a “catalog of cars” made on the garda PULSE system, which was part of an investigation.
Liz Truss registered with the leadership website more than a month before Boris Johnson resigned
Liz Truss registered her website for the Tory leadership campaign more than a month ago – and shortly after Boris Johnson narrowly escaped a vote of no confidence.
Endangered lion with persistent ear problems told to roar back after CAT scan
‘The train won’t run until you hand it over’ – Woman claims unopened wine bottle was removed from luggage by Irish Rail security staff
A woman has told how she and her friends were recently left on the train “stunned” after an unopened bottle of wine was taken from their luggage by security.
GMIT hired an investigator after the lecturer was caught on camera comparing the student’s presentation to having her teeth drilled
A college paid €5,000 to an independent investigator to compile a report on faculty who insulted and taunted students on a video call.
Green junior minister says carbon tax offsets paid by taxpayers for ministers’ business class flights “should be increased”.
A Green Party junior minister said he didn’t understand the question about his business class colleagues when the party preached climate responsibility.
The Guinness brewery has been prosecuted after complaints from locals of “constant humming” and “high-pitched wailing”.
Drinks company Diageo had a €1.4million fund to help reduce night-time noise pollution from Dublin’s historic Guinness brewery, a court has heard.
Ireland move up to second in the world rankings after historic victory over the All Blacks
And they will face an All Blacks side that has suffered another setback by falling to fourth all-time.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-news-catholic-church-to-cash-in-on-property-price-boom-by-selling-off-empty-parochial-homes-graham-norton-toasts-marriage-with-vip-party-in-bantry-house-41831144.html Evening News: Catholic Church plans to cash in on property price boom by selling vacant rectory; Graham Norton toasts marriage with VIP party at Bantry House