Friends of the man who died fleeing the scene of Monaghan’s murder say the death was “heartbreaking”.
Friends of a man who died after being accidentally run over shortly after fleeing the scene of the murder of a sex offender in Monaghan have described his death as “heartbreaking”.
Man in court for breaking into singer Mary Coughlan’s home “threatened to stab her son-in-law,” court says
A man has been put on trial for allegedly breaking into the home of popular blues singer Mary Coughlan in Wicklow last year and threatened to kill her son-in-law who stumbled upon the intruder.
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Trinity College Dublin grapples with a slave owner’s legacy and 13 human skulls stolen in the dead of night
An internal group within Trinity College is investigating its legacy issues – including what to do with 13 ancient skulls stolen from an island over 100 years ago.
Has the television license era come to an end – and what would replace it?
As the government refuses to fund RTÉ through general taxes, we hear why the state broadcaster is unhappy with the old system – as are some of its competitors.
Man accused of assaulting woman and leaving her ‘covered in blood’ after forcing her into the trunk of a car
A man has been accused of assaulting a woman and leaving her “covered in blood” in Dublin after forcing her into the boot of a car.
Patients ‘may die’ if the HSE goes ahead with Navan hospital plans, advisers warn the minister
Patients “may die” if the HSE goes ahead with plans to stop bringing critically ill and unstable patients to Navan Hospital from December 12, a group of Drogheda advisers have warned the Health Secretary.
Lawyer who fell on slippery floor at Dublin’s Horse Show House pub has been awarded €105,000
A solicitor who suffered a “bad fracture” to her ankle when she fell in a pub’s beer garden in Ballsbridge, Dublin, has been awarded €105,000 by the High Court.
The ousted Wicklow priest has had his sentence extended for raping a child
A former pastor who sexually abused a minor parishioner in a “massive breach of trust” has had his sentence extended by 18 months.
More corporate tax was paid in November than in all of 2014
Businesses paid more taxes this November than all of 2014, taking the state’s total tax revenue to an unprecedented $100 billion.
Four years of Friday: school strikers celebrate the 208th week of climate protests
School strikers have been demonstrating for four years for action on climate change with an anniversary rally at Leinster House.
Harris hopes to remain in government after the reshuffle
Higher Education Secretary Simon Harris says he hopes to continue playing a role in government when the cabinet reshuffle takes place in two weeks.
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https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-friends-of-man-who-died-fleeing-monaghan-murder-scene-say-death-is-heart-breaking-man-on-trial-for-burglary-of-singer-mary-coughlans-home-42191986.html Headlines tonight: Friends of man who died fleeing Monaghan crime scene say death was ‘heartbreaking’; Man in court for breaking into singer Mary Coughlan’s home