Here are the main headlines of the evening.
Gardaí ordered CCTV footage, cell phone data and any toxicology or forensic findings to be released to a woman who was suing Conor McGregor for assault
Mr McGregor and one of his employees are being sued by a Dublin woman due to an incident she allegedly committed in December 2018.
Almost 64,000 people have tested positive for Covid-19 since St. Patrick’s Day
Almost 64,000 people have tested positive for Covid-19 since St Patrick’s Day and the double bank holiday weekend. As of 8 a.m. today, 1,308 Covid-19 patients are in hospital, with 49 in intensive care.
Man arrested for shooting dead innocent mother of five, Sandra Boyd
Gardaí arrested a man over the weekend in the fatal shooting of an innocent mother of five in Finglas, north Dublin. The man is being held on suspicion of the murder of Sandra Boyd (36).
Tayto Park announces new dinosaur-themed roller coaster
Tayto Park has announced plans to open a new dinosaur roller coaster for kids, ‘Dino Dash’. It opens this April to coincide with the normally busy Easter holidays.
Gardaí arrest woman in connection with fatal shooting of Michael Tormey
Brawl caught on video as two men trade punches in Longford town
Victim of hidden camera offender refuses apology
A victim of a man who recorded her showering at her home with a hidden camera said she will never get over how he was able to sit down at a dining table with her after watching videos of her for his own sexual gratification .
Fox News colleague recalls Irish cinematographer Pierre Zakrzewski’s tenacity and “childlike joy”.
Irish photojournalist Pierre Zakrzewski was fondly remembered by a former fellow war correspondent as a gentle man with a “childlike joy”. Fox News’ Steve Harrigan reported alongside Pierre from many conflict zones and said it “burns to see photos of him” as it reminds him of “how much joy he had”.
Dublin 6 residents reject plans for new 358-bed scheme for ‘loud, mostly drunk’ Trinity students
Dublin 6 residents have alleged that drunken, disorderly and anti-social behavior by students has occurred at Trinity College Dublin student accommodation in Dartry, Dublin 6 will worsen when a new student housing program is launched.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-gardai-ordered-to-disclose-cctv-footage-mobile-phone-data-and-any-toxicology-or-forensic-results-to-woman-suing-conor-mcgregor-for-personal-injuries-41471170.html Headlines tonight: Gardaí have been ordered to release CCTV footage, cellphone data and any toxicology or forensic findings to a woman who is suing Conor McGregor for assault