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Headlines tonight: Abuse survivor confronts foster father who raped her 1,000 times; The 9 percent VAT rate for the hospitality industry is to be extended until 2023

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Man forced to leave Ireland after being found guilty of harassing work colleagues with pornographic, racist emails

A man who bombarded his work colleague with over 150 threatening, pornographic and racist emails has been given a suspended sentence and ordered to leave the country within a month.

‘I’ve stabbed you now, good enough’ – Woman, 38, was spared jail for drunkenly phoning her ex-boyfriend’s house and stabbing him

A woman who called her ex-partner’s home one morning and stabbed him in the chest was given a two-year suspended sentence and a €2,000 fine.

“There’s no Da Vinci Code here” – Stephen Donnelly “guarantees” that NMH will have no religious influence

Health Secretary Stephen Donnelly said that despite ongoing concerns there will be no religious influence on the new National Maternity Hospital (NMH) on the proposed St Vincent campus.

‘You made me feel trapped, helpless and scared’ – abuse survivor confronts foster father who raped her 1,000 times

A woman who said she had been raped a thousand times by her foster father since she was 11 said she now stands before him as a survivor and determined not to let the abuse define her.

Freedom of Dublin is presented to Kellie Harrington, Mary Aiken and Ailbhe Smith

Only four women have received the award since 1876

The special 9 percent VAT rate for the hospitality industry is to be extended until 2023

The lower rate of 9 per cent VAT for the hospitality and tourism sector is set to be extended until early next year, according to Independent.ie.

Kinahan Cartel: US imposes $1M fine and maximum 20 years in prison for sanctions violators

Those violating the sanctions imposed on Daniel Kinahan and his associates face fines of up to $1 million and a maximum of 20 years in a US prison.

Russian state TV hacked with message: ‘Blood of thousands of Ukrainian children is on your hands’

The program names on the program page have been replaced with: “The blood of thousands of Ukrainians and hundreds of their murdered children is on your hands.”

Taxi driver (72), who has fraudulently claimed 345,000 euros in social assistance for over 12 years, is arrested

A taxi driver who stole more than 345,000 euros in social assistance over 12 years has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison.

WATCH: Russian ambassador attacked and doused in red paint

‘Shane will always be young in our hearts’ – Offaly teenager killed in tractor collision, buried

Shane Hickey, 15, died last Thursday after a tragic collision with a tractor on a single lane road near his home in Edenderry, Co. Offaly.

‘It’s absolutely clear to me that no laws have been broken’ – Keir Starmer says he will do the ‘right thing’ and resign if he’s fined for ‘Beergate’.

Keir Starmer has pledged to “do the right thing and step down as Labor leader” if he is fined by police over allegations he broke coronavirus laws.

Nick Cave’s model son Jethro has died at the age of 30

It’s the second tragedy for the musician, whose 15-year-old son Arthur Cave died in 2015 after falling off a cliff in East Sussex.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-abuse-survivor-confronts-foster-father-who-raped-her-1000-times-9pc-vat-rate-for-hospitality-sector-to-be-extended-into-2023-41631764.html Headlines tonight: Abuse survivor confronts foster father who raped her 1,000 times; The 9 percent VAT rate for the hospitality industry is to be extended until 2023

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