Evening News: Injunction against teacher Enoch Burke for refusing to address students as ‘they’; €10,000 electricity bill shocks café owners

Court injunction against school teacher Enoch Burke after he resisted using the pronoun “she” to address students

A secondary school has obtained a Supreme Court injunction barring a teacher who refuses to address a student with the pronoun “she” from either visiting their premises or teaching any classes at the school while he is from remains suspended from his position.

Man and woman in 80s die after multiple vehicle collision

Two people have died and a third is in serious condition after a horrific road accident in Cork that prompted Gardaí to implement their contingency plan.

Assault Attorney Sues Hospital After Being Banned by CEO

A lawyer recently allegedly assaulted and receiving death threats from a notorious criminal has launched a court case against Beacon Hospital after it prevented him from receiving medical treatment there.

Cafe owner shocked after €10,000 electricity bill for just two months

A café owner is puzzled as to how she is supposed to pay an electricity bill of almost 10,000 euros for two months in the summer.

Man who fled Ireland for years after US death sentenced to 11 years in prison

A man who spent years on the run in Ireland has been sentenced to 11 years in Florida State Penitentiary after being charged in a horrific accident in 2017 that killed a woman.

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“They wrote my medical data on toilet paper,” says the desperate IHK patient

“It was the worst thing I’ve ever experienced,” Phillippa Christie described her horrific experience after being admitted to University Hospital Kerry’s Accident and Emergency Room – and described how some of her medical details had to be written on toilet paper, which staff had no writing paper.

Gardaí investigate disgusting homophobic abuse at Tipperary’s Pride march

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Man awarded €60,000 for complaint about premiums from bankruptcy trustee insurance broker

A man employed by an insurance broker who complained about unpaid premiums was awarded over €60,000 by the Industrial Relations Commission.

Two suspects arrested after women were attacked and robbed after night out in Kildare

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Liffey Valley Shopping Center to introduce parking fees later this year

Liffey Valley Shopping Center will introduce parking fees for customers and staff later this year.

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