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Evening News: School bus fares waived for one year and back-to-school allowance increased; Crisis for Boris Johnson as Sunak and Javid quit

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School bus fees waived for one year and back-to-school allowance increased by €100 per child

School transport fees will be suspended for a year and the Back to School Allowance will be increased by €100 per child under a €67m living expenses package agreed by the Government tonight.

Man found guilty of shooting dead child’s father while pushing young son in stroller

A Dublin man has been found guilty of murdering a father-of-one by shooting him three times while pushing his four-month-old son into a pram in broad daylight.

Bonanza for Adare Boutiques as Golf Wags will each receive €10,000 to spend during the JP McManus Charity Pro-Am

€10,000 worth of prepaid credit cards given away to the wives and girlfriends of golfers attending the JP McManus charity event have led to a business bonanza in the pretty village of Adare, County Limerick.

Crisis for Boris Johnson as Chancellor and Health Secretary both resign

Two of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s longest-serving cabinet mates have resigned. Rishi Sunak said he would step down as Chancellor shortly after the announcement of Health Minister Sajid Javid’s resignation.

Gerry Hutch and Jonathan Dowdall claim Regency murder trial without jury ‘unlawful’

The Supreme Court has been asked to rule that the pending trials of Gerry Hutch and former Sinn Féin councilman Jonathan Dowdall in the Special Criminal Court Without a Jury (SCC) would be unlawful.

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Woman who threw her baby in a bin after giving birth has been sentenced to three months in prison

A woman has been sentenced to three months in prison for manslaughter and neglect of a newborn baby she dumped in a bin after birth.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin is traveling to Kyiv tonight ahead of his meeting with President Zelenskyy

Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s visit follows an invitation from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a phone call between the two some two weeks ago ahead of last month’s European Council meeting.

Judge denies protection order for man whose wife claims he ‘secretly married three or four women’

A judge has refused to grant a domestic violence protection order to a man “with three wives”.

Mica and Pyrite Action Groups are forming a political party to challenge the government in the next election

Mica and pyrite action groups from five counties have joined forces to form a new political party with the intention of running candidates in the next local and general elections.

Man, 67, injured after shooting at home in Tallaght

A 67-year-old man has been taken to hospital after gunshots rang out at a house in south Dublin this afternoon.

WATCH: Lao man with motor neuron disease launches GoFundMe for wife and two children

A number of serious crime cases have been suspended this week due to the rise in Covid infections

At least three courts of the criminal courts could not sit because those involved in the proceedings had to isolate due to Covid-19.

A crèche worker says she was called a “stupid shit” when she asked to return to her former role after maternity leave

A crèche worker who said she received an abusive response from a company director after asking to be returned from maternity leave has been awarded €15,000 in compensation by the Workplace Relations Commission.

New life is given to dogs rescued from an illegal puppy farm in Co Waterford

An ISPCA animal welfare inspector has described how “defenseless dogs” rescued from an illegal puppy farm in Co Waterford were able to begin their journey to a new life.

After a slow start, Irish viewers are falling in love with Love Island

Figures released to Independent.ie show that over 1.7million viewers have tuned in to Virgin Media’s reality show since it first returned to our small screens a month ago.

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