Evening News: Judge urges sex offenders to find wife and start family; Headmaster stole over £40,000 from school in ‘appalling breach of trust’

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Judge urges sex offenders to find wife and start family

A judge has encouraged a prolific offender who sexually assaulted a woman he met through a dating site to “find a wife or partner and get a family and home together.”

Principal stole over €44,000 from his school in ‘appalling breach of trust’

A national school principal who stole more than €44,000 from his school over a three-year period in a “horrific breach of trust” has been given a three-year suspended sentence.

Funeral hears Creeslough victim Martin McGill was a ‘carer of bubbly kindness’

A large crowd gathered for Martin McGill’s funeral service at 2pm today at St Michael’s Church in Creeslough. Originally from Glasgow and described as a huge Celtic fan, Mr McGill moved to Ireland in 2001 to look after his elderly mother and late father.

Woman seen on CCTV squatting before collapsing on Penneys floor loses €38,000 damages claim

Judge Terence O’Sullivan said after watching video of the incident that Beata Mosakowska appeared to gradually collapse as her already painful left knee bent and walked away from under her as she slowly descended, injuring her sound right knee.

Ukrainian refugees in Kerry beg government as 135 women and children are told 36 hours in advance to move to Mayo

Heartbroken Ukrainian mothers and their children, who have been living at Hotel Killarney since last March, received a letter from the Children and Equality Department on Monday afternoon saying they are to be moved to a new location, although their children are now in the school have settled in Killarney and that many of them have jobs. They are due to be moved tomorrow, Wednesday.

Taoiseach says RTÉ needs to explain why it chose not to air an interview with Shane Ross about his book on Mary Lou McDonald

RTÉ has ​​questions about its decision not to air an interview with former Minister Shane Ross about his biography of Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald, the Dáil heard today.

Mandatory mask wearing is back on the agenda as Covid cases surge

The prospect of reintroducing mandatory mask-wearing to cope with rising Covid-19 levels was discussed by Cabinet.

Garda weeps on the witness stand as she describes seeing a gunman shooting at her colleague Det Gda Colm Horkan

A Garda wept on the witness stand today as she described a murder trial when she saw a gunman fire a series of shots at her colleague Det Gda Colm Horkan as the detective lay on the ground.

Irish dance: The CLRG did not open an investigation into the ‘Fheis fix’ for two months after allegations were made

The Irish dance group, which is at the center of a global cheating controversy, only launched an investigation into allegations of explosive feis two months after learning of it.

Blink-182 reform and announce Dublin concert

US rockers Blink-182 have announced the re-forming of their classic line-up and have booked a concert date in Dublin for next year.

Taxi driver who intentionally drove into a bicyclist avoids jail and gets 18 months probation

Taxi driver Dermott Reynolds went to Gardaí after the Dublin incident in September 2018 and told them a cyclist had verbally abused him and taken over his car, resulting in a collision. However, the victim in the case went to the gardaí separately and showed them bike camera footage of the taxi driver intentionally driving into him twice and knocking him off his bike on the second attempt.

Michelle O’Neill speaks as the first funerals are held for the victims of the Creeslough explosion

“They are risking their lives for us” – nurses are still waiting for a 1,000 euro pandemic bonus

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said he was disappointed that many health and care sector workers have yet to receive their €1,000 payment on the Covid front.

Foreign investors pledge €14.8m for Louth GAA Stadium in exchange for Irish residency

Louth GAA’s new stadium project looks firmly back on track thanks to a remarkable €14.8m win from the Government’s Irish Immigrant Investor Programme.

Adnan Syed: Baltimore prosecutors are dropping charges in the Serial case after more than two decades in prison

Prosecutors on Tuesday dropped charges against Adnan Syed in the 1999 killing of Hae Min Lee, a case chronicled on the first season of the hit podcast Serial.

Burglary suspect who used glazing skills to remove windows to conduct house searches is arrested in stolen car

Gardaí arrested one of the country’s most prolific burglary suspects last night after a tracking and containment operation in Tallaght.

Man who threw firecrackers into crowd at anti-lockdown protests, injuring Garda, said: ‘There should be a bit of a laugh’

A Lake Garda’s eardrum was perforated after a protester threw fireworks into the crowd at an anti-lockdown demonstration, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard.

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