Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.
Irish woman arrested on the run for eight years after double murder in South Africa
An Irish woman who has been on the run for eight years after the double murder of two best friends has been arrested in South Africa.
Irish dance rocked by major allegations of competition manipulation involving dance teachers and judges
The prestigious global organization that governs Irish dancing has been rocked by allegations of competition manipulation and fraud.
Tributes are pouring out for beloved Dublin teenager Ethan Banks, who died of meningitis
The family of a Dublin teenager who died of meningitis has told how “he was full of energy, passion and kindness”. Ethan Banks died at Beaumont Hospital on October 1 after a battle with “a rare and aggressive form of meningitis”.
‘It’s barbaric’: Man dies and his wife seriously injured after being stabbed after funeral in Kerry
A man died and a woman was seriously injured in a violent incident after a funeral in Kerry.
Woman slaps man because he ringbangs her in a packed stadium
The boy, 13, who drowned in the Dodder River, panicked as soon as he dove in, according to the inquest
A 13-year-old boy immediately panicked after diving into a river, an inquest has found.
Ex-Garda jailed on drug-related charges is at the center of investigation into Hutch gang leaks
A former Garda superintendent sentenced to six and a half years on drug charges this week is at the center of an investigation into alleged collusion with members of the Hutch gang.
Former UCD students said they will no longer have access to their college email accounts
University College Dublin (UCD) alumni will no longer have access to their email accounts from January 2023.
Rory Mason: How the brave, determined young man from Dunboyne ended up on the front lines in Ukraine
The city of Kharkiv, Ukraine is more than 3,500km from Dunboyne, but that is the distance Rory Mason would travel in search of justice. But on Wednesday last week he was killed near the Russian border after his unit was attacked as it launched a counter-offensive to retake land in the Kharkiv region.
‘A terrible day’ – Aer Lingus CEO apologizes for IT outages disrupting 32,000 passengers
Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton has apologized to 32,000 customers affected by a “highly unusual” outage of their core operational and customer systems on September 10.
Traders ‘forced woman to give bank details over fraud after demanding extra money for kitchen painting’
A mother-of-five who was unable to pay for work at her home was forced to give up her bank details, which were then used in a text message scam, a court heard.
Ryanair rejects plans for a €200m tunnel at Dublin Airport, saying costs will be passed on to passengers
Ryanair has objected to plans by Dublin airport operator DAA to build a €200m tunnel under a runway, saying the cost would ultimately be passed on to passengers.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-news-irishwoman-on-the-run-after-double-murder-arrested-in-south-africa-irish-dancing-rocked-by-allegations-of-competition-fixing-42043639.html Evening news: Irish woman arrested after double murder while fleeing South Africa; Irish dance rocked by allegations of competition manipulation