Here are the most important headlines of the evening.
Revealed: the full list of AIB branches going cashless this year – find out if your branch is impacted
Several Allied Irish Bank (AIB) branches will no longer offer cash and check services over the counter or at ATMs within the bank from 30 September and 21 October 2022.
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The organized crime boss behind the vicious Longford feud has been convicted after a high-profile CAB raid
A leading figure behind a Longford-based organized crime gang, currently in prison for stabbing another man to death in a vicious incident related to a feud, was arrested two years ago after a high-profile crackdown by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). Found guilty of dealing with stolen property.
Son of TD Aengus Ó Snodaigh accused of failing to pay €417 bill at Dublin restaurant
Lorcan Ó Snodaigh, 24, and others allegedly ordered the food and drinks at a coffee bar in town without having the means to pay.
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John Montaine, partner of ex-Sinn Féin TD Violet-Anne Wynne, has not appeared in court as he says he is homeless in Longford
TD Violet-Anne Wynne’s partner, John Montaine, “did not appear” in court today as he is currently homeless and living in Co Longford.
The Kerry landlord refuses entry to the Gardaí for 45 minutes by knocking on the door
Gardaí spent 45 minutes banging on the windows and doors of a Castlemaine pub to gain access to the premises after hearing noises inside the premises as they were about to close.
Major incident reported in London as fire engulfs homes amid 40C heat
Taxpayers have a six-figure bill to foot for Gemma O’Doherty and John Waters’ legal challenge to Covid rules
The Supreme Court has ruled that Gemma O’Doherty and John Waters’ should not pay the state’s legal fees in the failed challenge to the constitutionality of the Covid-19 pandemic laws.
Over 10 tonnes of rubbish have been removed from a Dublin beach as sunseekers leave the beaches in a mess
More than 10 tonnes of rubbish was removed from a Dublin beach alone today after thousands of sunbathers flocked to the shore to sunbathe in the hot weather, then dumped their rubbish.
BBC loses bid to keep press out of part of hearing on veteran Northern Ireland presenter Donna Traynor’s appointment
The BBC has failed in its attempt to prevent journalists from attending part of the hearing in Donna Traynor’s case.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-news-tds-son-accused-of-failing-to-pay-417-bill-at-dublin-restaurant-full-list-of-aib-branches-to-go-cashless-this-year-revealed-41852692.html Evening News: TD’s son accused of failing to pay €417 bill at Dublin restaurant; The full list of AIB branches going cashless this year has been released