Here are tonight’s top stories on Independent.ie
Man seen with knife after fatal stabbing of Irishman, 87, in London
Police investigating the fatal stabbing of Irishman Thomas O’Halloran, 87, in London have released images of the man they “urgently” want to identify.
Former councilor Fianna Fáil has been charged with molesting a young woman in Cork
A former Fianna Fáil councilwoman has been accused of molesting a young woman in Cork.
Gardaí search area outside of Killarney in connection with the brutal murder of grandmother Miriam Burns
Gardaí today search an area outside Killarney near an old holy well in connection with the brutal murder of grandmother Miriam Burns, 75.
According to the HSE, 6,000 are at risk from the monkeypox virus, but only 600 will be vaccinated in the first introductory phase
Around 6,000 people in Ireland could be at “increased risk” of monkeypox infection, but limited stocks of vaccine mean phase one rollout to reduce the risk of infection will be limited to just 600, the HSE said today.
Galway’s street cleaners are cleaning up with a €5.5m lottery jackpot win
A group of street cleaners from Galway City Council are Ireland’s latest millionaires after winning the €5,541,001 lottery jackpot.
Controversial 10-storey build-to-rent housing project in Dublin 4 gets green light
An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to controversial plans for a 10-storey build-to-rent apartment project at Donnybrook, Dublin 4.
Cow climbs on farmers roof and tears down electric cables
Wexford couple living in a tent feel let down by the system
The parents of two young children in the Enniscorthy area of County Wexford have appealed to local authorities to help them find accommodation and prevent them from having to continue living in a tent in the surrounding woodland.
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar describes Fianna Fáil’s Robert Troy, who hid property sales to local authorities, as “top notch”.
Under fire, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has called Fianna Fáil TD Robert Troy “top notch” amid controversy over the junior minister’s failure to report the properties he has sold to local authorities.
Dessie Farrell remains Senior Football Manager in Dublin for another two years
Dessie Farrell will remain in charge of Dublin senior footballers for a further two years after GAA chiefs in the capital extended his tenure on the Dublin hot-seat.
Dublin’s mother spared jail after kicking Garda in the stomach as officers tried to break up a brawl
A Dublin mother who kicked a Garda in the stomach when the officer and her colleagues tried to break up a street brawl was spared jail.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-news-man-with-knife-seen-running-away-after-fatal-stabbing-of-irishman-in-london-galway-street-cleaners-win-55m-lotto-jackpot-41919164.html Evening news: Man with knife seen running away after fatal stabbing of Irish man in London; Galway street cleaners win €5.5 million lottery jackpot