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Headlines in the evening: “Seriously ill” Putin, who is continuously cared for by doctors, claims ex-spy; The Taoiseach rules out further cost-of-living measures ahead of the budget

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Here are tonight’s top stories on Independent.ie

An ex-spy claims that Putin is “seriously ill” and is continuously cared for by doctors

Former British spy Christopher Steele has claimed that Vladimir Putin is “increasingly ill” and is “constantly accompanied” by a medical team.

Sean Quinn is accused of trespassing in a “misguided form of aggression” as he appeals for access to land

Former billionaire Sean Quinn says he has to use a road two companies claim he’s walking on so he can visit a potential wind farm.

The Taoiseach rules out further cost-of-living measures ahead of the budget

Micheál Martin said that talks on the 2023 budget have already started within the government on new measures and that any further cuts to support inflation or the rising cost of living will take place in October.

Jet-lagged security guard who fell asleep guarding millions of dollars in assets loses wrongful dismissal case

A security guard found asleep on the job while guarding millions of euros worth of client assets has failed in a wrongful dismissal lawsuit.

New defense attorney appointed for man charged with murder of Ashling Murphy

Jozef Puska, 31, of Lynally Grove, Mucklagh, Co Offaly, is accused of murdering the 23 year old primary school teacher in Cappincur, Tullamore, Co Offaly on the afternoon of January 12, 2022.

Great Replacement: the conspiracy theory that inspired mass murder and the Irish extreme right

The false idea that there is a conspiracy to wipe out white people through immigration has gained traction online and in the real world, sometimes with deadly consequences. Kim Bielenberg looks at the growth of extremist ideology in Ireland.

Former Dublin school principal charged with sexually abusing boys over 28 years

Patrick Harte (80) is on trial for 90 crimes against 20 children between the 1960s and 1990s.

€10,000 compensation for hospital operator denied full annual leave for ten years

A hospital operator has been awarded €10,000 in compensation for failing to take his full annual leave from the HSE over the course of a decade.

Katie Taylor congratulates Ireland’s two newest world champions, Amy Broadhurst and Lisa O’Rourke

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-seriously-ill-putin-attended-by-medics-non-stop-ex-spy-claims-taoiseach-rules-out-further-cost-of-living-measures-before-budget-41672234.html Headlines in the evening: “Seriously ill” Putin, who is continuously cared for by doctors, claims ex-spy; The Taoiseach rules out further cost-of-living measures ahead of the budget

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