Evening news: Man on one-way ticket to Australia released on bail on false imprisonment and assault charges; Twitter founder breaks the silence

Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Honors for man killed in Cavan accident at work

Two separate investigations into the death of a man in the Bailieboro area of ​​Co Cavan are ongoing.

Man with one-way ticket to Australia is released on bail on charges of false imprisonment and assault

A 60-year-old man accused of aggravated assault and holding a woman against her will at a home in South County Dublin has been granted bail.

Support for Sinn Féin falls, but no boost for ruling parties

Public support for Sinn Féin has tumbled for the first time in over eight months, a new poll shows as the party gathers for its ard fheis in Dublin this weekend.

Ireland’s Rhys McClenaghan wins World Cup gold in Liverpool with a stunning routine

Rhys McClenaghan won the gold medal on the pommel horse at the World Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool.

Incredible video shows teen breaking out of Garda van

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Catriona Carey loses her family home after defaulting on her mortgage for 10 years

Former Irish ice hockey player Catriona Carey has lost her family home after defaulting on her mortgage payments for almost 10 years, the Irish Independent is able to reveal.

‘We’re a happy crowd as Christmas is just around the corner’ – active pensioners’ group wins €1m lottery prize

A group of active Co Mayo retirees are planning a trip to Dublin next week to collect a €1million check at National Lottery headquarters.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey breaks silence over job losses with online apology

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has apologized for saying “the company has grown in size too quickly” amid job losses affecting hundreds of workers in Ireland and thousands around the world.

The man who was subdued by the public after being stabbed is denied bail

A man who was overpowered by members of the public after a series of alleged knife attacks on pharmacies in Dublin has been denied bail.

Sinn Féin ard fheis: Everything We Learned When Mary Lou McDonald Breaks Her Silence

Six weeks after she last spoke to the media in Dublin, Mary Lou McDonald broke her long silence at the start of Sinn Féins ard fheis on RDS on Saturday.

‘No one believed in me… it was very emotional’ – Convalescent drug addict completes Dublin marathon after promises of rehab

Two years ago, Christopher Connolly began recovery after falling into induced psychosis and fearing for his life. He was asked to come up with a goal and he decided to run a marathon.

Girl (16) charged with attempted murder after aggravated assault

A 16-year-old girl has been charged with attempted murder following an aggravated attack in Dungannon.

“Why do you need 25,000 people screaming ‘I love you’ to feel normal?” – Bono on the life of a rock star

Bono has engaged in a period of introspection prompted by a lifetime of fame in his autobiography, Surrender, and admits he wonders if it’s “normal”.

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