Evening News: Teachers with fake degrees removed from teachers’ register; Jamie Dornan pays tribute to late father at service in Belfast

Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Mechanic pleads guilty to manslaughter of Det Gda Colm Horkan in Roscommon

A man has pleaded not guilty to the murder of a Garda in Co Roscommon but is guilty of ‘manslaughter for diminished responsibility’.

Teacher who feigned qualifications was removed from the teacher register

The name of a teacher who had submitted false certificates of his qualifications to the Education Council had his name removed from the teachers’ register by order of the Supreme Court.

Woman who cheated her employer out of €2.2million and faked cancer to fund lavish lifestyle loses appeal against jail term

A Co Tyrone woman who cheated her employers out of £1.9million (€2.2million) and faked cancer to further fund her lavish lifestyle has lost an appeal of the jail sentence she was handed.

Jamie Dornan pays tribute to late father Professor Jim Dornan at service in Belfast

Actor Jamie Dornan attended a service in memory of his late father Professor Jim Dornan at St Anne’s Cathedral on Sunday, days after the former doctor was honored at the Sunday Life Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards.

Red Line Luas is delayed after the dog named Billy got trapped under the tram

Red Line Luas services are experiencing delays tonight due to a dog being trapped under a tram.

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Taoiseach says details on the controversial cement levy have yet to be “worked out” while Sinn Féin files a motion to scrap it

Micheál Martin has defended the new concrete tax, claiming it would increase the cost of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house by around €3,000 to €4,000.

Man with Down Syndrome ‘thrilled’ at election to Fianna Fáil leadership position

A young man from Co Westmeath said he was “overwhelmed” and “overjoyed” to have become the first person with Down syndrome to be elected to a leadership position in a political party in Ireland.

The family doctor did not properly examine the woman who thought she had a tampon in her

A GP has been reprimanded by the Irish Medical Council for failing to properly examine a patient who suspected a tampon was stuck in her body.

212-megawatt battery storage facility at Kildare goes ahead despite objections from top horse breeders

A stud farm in Co Kildare owned by US billionaire John Malone has failed to prevent controversial plans for a new power station from getting the green light.

Warning after a young woman dies of meningitis in Limerick

The Mid-West Department of Health has confirmed it is launching an investigation into a fatal case of “meningococcal disease” in a young adult in Limerick and has warned the public to watch out for symptoms of the potentially deadly bug.

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