Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.
Jackie Healy-Rae held an English tourist’s arm behind his back while two friends “slapped them in the face”, the court said
One English holidaymaker insisted that Kerry Councilwoman Jackie Healy-Rae, 26, first put him in a headlock until he suffocated and then held his arm behind his back while his two friends began “to hit me in the face.” to hit”.
Two Irish hotels are among the world’s top 50 at Condé Nast Awards; Adare Manor named #1 resort in the world
Adare Manor was voted the best resort in the world by the readers of the influential Condé Nast Traveler.
Brian Mullins recalled: Bertie Ahern, Jack O’Shea and Mickey Harte among those mourning to say goodbye to the Dublin GAA legend
The great and good bid farewell to one of Dublin football’s most revered figures today. Legendary midfielder Brian Mullins died last week aged 68 after a short illness.
“God help us if you ever come near the state treasury” – Micheál Martin and Mary Lou McDonald swap in Dáil George-Orwell-Hansen
The Taoiseach and Sinn Féin leader have exchanged insults in the Dáil and compared themselves to the works of author George Orwell.
Evening Traffic and Travel: Collision on M50 South near Blanchardstown Junction
A collision has occurred during rush hour on the southbound M50.
The gloves come off as Conor McGregor battles the clothing company in a trademark dispute
The gloves come off as mixed martial arts (MMA) star Conor McGregor engages in a new fight to capitalize on his brand across the EU.
Court refuses to consider ex-RTÉ journalist Mícheál Ó Leidhin’s ‘tacit consent’ in sexual assault appeal
The Court of Appeal has refused to consider an argument of “tacit consent” by lawyers representing a former RTÉ journalist who sexually abused a woman in her sleep.
John Gilligan trial: Convicted drug dealer remains a free man and is on the verge of getting his passport back to drive from Spain to the UK
John Gilligan remains a free man after his Spanish drugs and guns trial was stayed after his son Darren failed to appear.
“The Right Thing” – Mom donates her home to a disability charity so her adult son can be cared for in his own home
A Dublin mother who donated her home to St. John of God Community Services so that her adult son with an intellectual disability can continue to live and be cared for in his family home said today: “It seemed to do the right thing.”
Army officer to face trial for allegedly threatening to kill soldier
A senior Defense Forces NCO has pleaded not guilty to threats of death to another soldier at a military camp in Co Donegal.
A construction worker has been jailed after attacking his ex-girlfriend and threatening to stab her
A construction worker has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for attacking his ex-girlfriend in which he threatened to stab her.
Jailed teacher Enoch Burke is appealing a restraining order preventing him from attending school
Jailed teacher Enoch Burke has personally appealed a High Court injunction preventing him from attending or teaching at the school where he is employed.
Elon Musk will push full price takeover of Twitter
Trading in Twitter stock halted after the stock soared on reports that Elon Musk was going ahead with his $44 billion deal to buy the company after months of legal wrangling.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-news-court-told-jackie-healy-rae-held-english-tourists-arm-while-friends-punched-face-in-irish-hotel-named-no-1-global-resort-42040056.html Evening news: Court says Jackie Healy-Rae held English tourist’s arm while friends ‘slapped faces’; Irish hotel rated #1 Resort in the World