Evening News: Government Wins Confidence Motion 85-66; Men who allegedly mailed a dead man to claim his pension face charges of deception

Here are the most important headlines of the evening.

Government wins no-confidence vote against Dáil by 85 votes to 66

Sinn Féin’s motion to remove the government was defeated in the Dáil by a majority of 85 votes to 66, with one abstention.

Man barred from contacting Fine Gael Senator after alleged harassment campaign

David Larkin, 42, of Ardnacassa Lawns, Longford, was brought before a Longford District Court session this morning charged with allegedly molesting Senator Micheal Carrigy.

Two men who allegedly mailed the body of a dead man to claim his pension have been charged with deception

Declan Haughney, 40, of Pollerton Road, Carlow, allegedly took the body of his dead uncle Peadar Doyle, 66, to a nearby post office to claim his pension payment.

“Now I’m as far away from my parents’ ashes as I’ve ever been” – a tourist’s lost luggage with parents’ ashes being shipped back to Chicago

Donna O’Connor, 67, traveled to Ireland on June 30 to distribute some of her parents’ ashes at a family farm. However, when she landed at Dublin Airport, her luggage, including the remains of her parents, Patricia and Robert Emmett O’Connor, were nowhere to be found.

Locals describe popular Dublin beach where teen tragically drowned as ‘fatal’

Several experienced swimmers who bathe regularly at Burrow Beach said it has become increasingly busy in recent years and most visitors don’t realize “how dangerous it can be”.

Video: Man throws trash cans at Orange Flute Band marching on July 12, causing chaotic scenes

A damning HSE audit reveals more hospitals have burned organs from babies and adults who have died

The organs of dead children and adults have been sent for incineration following post-mortem examinations at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospitals in Drogheda and University Hospital Limerick, a damning new HSE audit has revealed.

Dublin airport staff arrested for seizing over €1m worth of cocaine

Two Dublin Airport staff are being questioned on suspicion of drug trafficking after Gardaí seized over a million euros worth of cocaine.

Video of two women fighting in Primark goes viral

€20,000 in damages for a child photographed by an undercover agent in her home

A judge has awarded a €20,000 compensation offer from Irish Life Assurance to a nine-year-old girl who was unlawfully photographed by an undercover officer in her high chair in the privacy of her own home when she was two years old

The decision to proceed with the MetroLink project could be a matter for the next government, the minister admits

The massive MetroLink investment in the airport could be a matter for the next government, Public Enterprises Secretary Michael McGrath has effectively acknowledged.

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