Friends and family devastated as former Dublin store manager is killed in fighting in Ukraine
Tribute was paid to a Dublin resident Ukrainian who was killed after returning home to join the fight against the Russian invasion.
Hung jury in trial of teenager charged with murder of Mongolian Urantsetseg Tserendorj at IFSC
A jury of the Central Criminal Court has not reached a verdict in the trial of a 16-year-old boy accused of murdering Urantsetseg Tserendorj during a winter lockdown in 2021.
Passengers being treated for burning eyes and respiratory problems after pepper spray was released on the bus in Wicklow
A number of passengers board a bus bound for Dublin had to be treated by paramedics from the National Ambulance Service on Thursday afternoon after someone in the vehicle let off pepper spray or maces.
124,000 euros compensation for a cyclist hit by a bus on Dublin’s quays
A cyclist who was knocked over by a bus on a bike lane was awarded more than €124,000 from the Supreme Court.
Simon Coveney says loyalist paramilitary bombing scams in Belfast will not deter him from returning north
Foreign Secretary Simon Coveney has insisted the Loyalist paramilitary bomb scam was aimed at him in Belfast will not change its approach to working on Northern Ireland issues.
8,354 new Covid cases as hospital admissions fall for second straight day
The number of people hospitalized with Covid-19 fell for the second day in a row 1,333 are currently seeking treatment for the virus.
Misconduct rap for attorney who falsely claimed to have seen signatures
A lawyer who falsely claimed to have witnessed the signing of company documents was found guilty of professional misconduct.
P&O Ferries announce plans to resume services after laying off 800 workers and replacing them with cheaper agency staff
P&O Ferries has announced that it is preparing to resume services Suspended on routes ‘from this weekend’ as nearly 800 seafarers laid off.
Woman, 24, who sued over alleged delays in diagnosing her hearing loss as a child compares the case to €850,000
A 24-year-old woman who had sued an alleged delay in diagnosing her hearing loss when she was young, her claim in the High Court was settled at €850,000
Families who have taken in Ukrainian refugees are seeing household bills skyrocket and need help, Dáil hears
People who took in Ukrainian refugees see their household bills skyrocketing and feel ignored by the statewas told to the Dáil.
88 percent of the Irish public are “optimistic” about the future of the EU.
A new poll has revealed that 88 percent of Irish people are optimistic about the future of the European Union, which is the highest in the EU.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-former-dublin-store-manager-killed-in-ukraine-and-misconduct-rap-for-lawyer-who-falsely-claimed-to-witness-signatures-41527671.html Headlines tonight: Former store manager killed in Dublin, Ukraine; and misconduct rap for attorneys who falsely claimed to witness signatures