Headlines tonight: Exit poll says Macron defeats Le Pen with 58% of the vote; and Dublin Airport say parking prices depend on supply and demand
Here’s some of the evening’s biggest news on Independent.ie
France election: Macron wins second presidential term, defeats Le Pen with 58 percent of the vote – close poll
President Emmanuel Macron will regain the French presidency with 58 percent of the vote, compared to 42 percent for his far-right rival Marine Le Pen. according to an exit survey.
Dublin Airport says fluctuations in parking prices are due to supply and demand
Dublin Airport blamed it increasing demand and the closure of a nearby privately owned car park for an increase in parking fees in recent months.
Tributes for the Tipperary-born GAA referee who died after falling ill during a UK referee match
Tributes are pouring in for Mattie Mahera native of Tipperary who died after falling ill while refereeing a GAA game in London on Saturday.
‘We’re all thinking of her’ – Ireland captain Nichola Fryday pays emotional tribute to Kate Moran after the game
Ireland’s captain Nichola Fryday began her media work after the game after the defeat by England with touching news to the family and friends of Kate Moran, who tragically passed away following an incident in a camogie match last week.
The Taoiseach rules out a cap on the number of Ukrainian refugees as he visits the emergency shelter
Taoiseach Micheal Martin has ruled out a cap on the number of Ukrainian refugees arriving in Ireland As he said, the government will continue to provide priority humanitarian assistance to civilians fleeing the Russian invasion.
WATCH: Boy from Ukraine shows his delight in wonderful dance moves at an event in Wicklow
Limerick-Mann, 38, appears in court for assault and robbery of Alan Bourke
At a special lunchtime session of the Ennis District Court todayMichael Casey, of Cathedral Place, Limerick, appeared after he
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan says Leo Varadkar could become Taoiseach again in December
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan says Leo Varadkar could become Taoiseach again in December. despite a possible criminal charge hanging over the Tánaiste. Meanwhile, Taoiseach Micheál Martin today declined to answer questions about the planned rotation of the role of Taoiseach or the Garda file sent to the DPP.
Pope Francis appoints a Dublin priest to a senior position dealing with allegations of clergy abuse
Pope Francis has appointed an Irish priest to the second position in the Vatican’s oldest and most respected department, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, formerly known as the Inquisition for its role in defending the Church against heresy.
Garda Watchdog seeks witnesses in appeal over death of Craig Gifford, 21
The Garda Ombudsman is seeking witnesses or camera footage of an accident in the Ashtown area from Dublin last Wednesday, after which a young man was reported missing and his body was discovered on Saturday.
https://www.independent.ie/incoming/evening-headlines-exit-poll-says-macron-to-defeat-le-pen-with-58pc-of-vote-and-dublin-airport-say-parking-prices-down-to-supply-and-demand-41583340.html Headlines tonight: Exit poll says Macron defeats Le Pen with 58% of the vote; and Dublin Airport say parking prices depend on supply and demand