Here are this evening’s top stories on Independent.ie
Former High Court President Peter Kelly has resigned from his position as a judge in Dubai courts following criticism
His resignation comes as pressure mounts following the resignation of former Chief Justice Justice Frank Clark at the same court in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the weekend.
Ryanair said it should pay the cabin crew chief €297.24 after it lost the pay dispute over money deducted from his salary
Ryanair has lost a pay dispute with a cabin crew manager over a sum of less than €300 that was deducted from his salary almost three years ago.
Eight drivers were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence over the bank holiday weekend
A total of eight drivers were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol over the bank holiday weekend.
Two men charged in a Dublin car search after they seized crack cocaine
Two men have been charged in connection with a seizure of crack cocaine worth €13,000 following a Garda operation in south central Dublin yesterday.
Shane Lowry appeals to Dublin Airport to find lost golf clubs
Shane Lowry has taken to social media trying to be reunited with his lost golf clubs. The 2019 Open Championship winner reached out to Dublin Airport on Twitter to help locate his missing clubs and suitcase.
The number of reported rapes and domestic violence crimes continues to rise, new figures show
The number of sex crimes reported to the Gardaí continues to rise, statistics from the first half of 2022 show.
Dog poop and shotgun shells under over a ton of trash cleaned up from beaches and waterways
Over a tonne of rubbish was removed from Ireland’s rivers, canals, lakes and beaches in a day, including 20kg of dog poop, adult toys and ‘endless’ shotgun shells.
Michael Schumacher’s wife breaks down as she admits his health is ‘different now’
Michael Schumacher’s wife has admitted his health is “different now”. The seven-time world champion (53) has not been seen in public since falling in a skiing accident in the French Alps in December 2013 and banging his head open.
Michael O’Brien, founder of O’Brien Press, dies suddenly
Michael O’Brien, the founder of O’Brien Press, has died, his family has confirmed. Mr O’Brien, who founded the publishing company in 1974, died suddenly at St James’s Hospital on Sunday, it has been announced.
Radical restructuring of large diocese planned to help parishes cope with dwindling number of priests
One of Ireland’s largest dioceses has introduced a radical new structure of ‘faith-centred communities’ to meet the challenges of the increased demands faced by rapidly aging clergy and the reduced number of young people attending church ceremonies.
Video shows a truck stuck on Conor Pass in West Kerry
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-former-high-court-president-resigns-judge-role-in-dubai-shane-lowry-appeals-to-dublin-airport-to-help-find-lost-golf-clubs-41885978.html Headlines tonight: Former President of the High Court resigns as a judge in Dubai; Shane Lowry appeals to Dublin Airport to find lost golf clubs