Headlines tonight: Farewell to Cert student dies less than hour after kissing mom goodnight in car ‘Inferno’; Covid lockdowns cost Penneys €72m

Leaving Cert student died in car less than hour after kissing goodnight: ‘All we want is the truth’

An 18-year-old Leaving Cert student died in a car crash in Cratloe, south east Clare, less than an hour after kissing his mother goodnight on the cheek and telling her he loved her.

The government accepts an invitation to new talks with public sector unions hours after the announcement of the campaign for industrial action

The government has accepted an invitation to new talks with public sector unions just hours after they announced a coordinated campaign for industrial action.

The 21-year-old man died of blood poisoning the day after he was discharged from hospital, the High Court said

A 21-year-old man died of blood poisoning after being discharged from a hospital emergency room the previous day when he presented with a headache and vomiting, the Supreme Court heard.

Penneys suffers €72m from Covid lockdowns

Primark’s Penneys stores in Ireland suffered a €72.1million fall in retail sales last year due to Covid-19 forced closures.

Pimp refused bail after allegedly scouting for strippers days after being released from prison

Prolific pimp Martin Heaney was spotted accessing websites offering strippers less than a week after his release from prison after serving a sentence on sex trafficking charges.

‘Well, that’s not how last night should have ended’ – Kate McCann is back on the air after fainting during the Tory leadership debate

TV journalist Kate McCann said she is “fine now” after fainting while hosting a debate between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak.

The IRFU prepared for legal action by former players as it reaffirms its commitment to player welfare

The IRFU has reiterated its commitment to players’ well-being as it prepares for legal action by a group of ex-Irish players who claim they suffered brain damage playing rugby.

Lisa Smith’s appeal against the severity of her 15-month sentence is due to be heard in October

The Court of Appeal this afternoon declined to hear an application for bail for Lisa Smith, a former Irish soldier who was convicted just five days ago for joining Isis when she traveled to Syria in 2015.

The shooter who shot the father in front of the seven-year-old daughter loses the appeal

A gunman who shot dead a father in front of his seven-year-old daughter has failed in his attempt to have his conviction overturned in the Court of Appeal.

Over 4,000 workers at Iarnród Éireann are campaigning for a pay increase of 10.5 percent over five years

Over 4,000 workers at Iarnród Éireann face a pay rise of 10.5 percent over five years in a deal negotiated “without rancor or conflict”.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-leaving-cert-student-died-in-car-inferno-less-than-one-hour-after-kissing-mother-goodnight-covid-lockdowns-cost-penneys-72m-41872564.html Headlines tonight: Farewell to Cert student dies less than hour after kissing mom goodnight in car ‘Inferno’; Covid lockdowns cost Penneys €72m

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