Evening News: Woman loses €500,000 EuroMillions winning ticket for a week; O’Leary says Ryanair won’t fly from Heathrow ‘as long as I live’

Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Wexford woman claims €500,000 EuroMillions prize after losing winning ticket for a week

A Wexford woman who recently won €500,000 in a EuroMillions draw almost lost her cash prize when she lost the winning ticket for almost a week.

The Government Minister condemns the incident after a referee allegedly assaulted at a GAA underage game remains in hospital

A junior government minister has spoken out after an alleged on-field attack left a GAA referee in hospital. As it turns out, the victim remains hospitalized today following the incident at a U17 soccer game on Wednesday night.

Ryanair won’t fly from Heathrow “as long as I live and breathe,” says Michael O’Leary

Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary has vowed his airline will not fly to or from London Heathrow: “Never as long as I live and breathe.”

‘A farce, utterly useless’ – mother of four who studied nights at DBS for two years without obtaining a CORU-accredited degree

Hannah Hendy, who has four young children, has been working nights toward her degree and was scheduled to begin year three of the four-year course on September 19. When DBS lost CORU accreditation for their course in August, it turned the world upside down.

Stephen Donnelly asked, “What makes you different from Robert Troy?” amid the ownership declaration controversy

Lead homicide attorney to appear in court for DPP direction on case

Prosecutors expect to serve an evidence book to a senior lawyer accused of murdering a man in a farmland shooting in Dublin in about five weeks, a court has heard.

Donohoe fears job losses at multinational companies will hurt tax revenues

Ireland’s reliance on high-paid workers at multinationals is jeopardizing future tax revenues, the Treasury Department has warned.

Cyclists (50s) seriously injured in collision at Wexford

Gardaí are asking for witnesses following a serious road accident in Co Wexford which seriously injured a male cyclist (50 years old).

Details on the ban on gas and oil heating are to be announced in the coming weeks

A ban on the installation of gas and oil-fired boilers to heat new and existing homes is among measures the government is finalizing as part of a package of measures to respond to the energy crisis to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Police are sourcing “leaky” footage of the Noah Donohoe case on social media, the coroner’s court said

Sensitive material on the Noah Donohoe case is being leaked by a police source on social media, the coroner’s court has heard.

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