Here’s some of Independent.ie’s top news tonight.
Stop this scandalous waste of money with double jobs’ – Taoiseach attacked in Dáil over Trinity College CMO’s €187,000 salary
The public is held for “real scapegoats”. via the Ministry of Health, which received the university salary of €187,000 from Dr. Tony Holohan pays while it must also pay for a new chief medical officer, the Dáil has been told.
Perfectly healthy baby died as a result of decisions made by hospital staff, coroner finds in inquest into Cian Hunt’s death
Active decisions by medical staff at Mayo University Hospital in Castlebar resulted in the “death of a perfectly healthy baby to a perfectly healthy mother” who had already suffered two stillbirths. heard an investigation.
Owners of a husky dog who attacked a boy during slingshot training must pay €95,000 in compensation
A boy who was attacked by a husky dog while playing hurling at a GAA pitch has has settled its complaint in the High Court for €95,000.
A man who used a hidden camera to film two women in the shower was sentenced to one year in prison
A man who secretly filmed intimate images of two women by hiding cameras in bathrooms was imprisoned for a year.
Tiger Woods confirms he will compete at the 2022 Masters this weekend
Tiger Woods has confirmed that he will play at the Masters this weekend at Augusta National.
Zelenskyj calls for Nuremberg-style trials for Russian “war crimes” in Ukraine
Bus Éireann says the cyclist who sued him after being pushed off his bike didn’t look where he was going, the court hears
A cyclist who says it was him kicked his bike on a cycle path on Dublin’s quays has taken Bus Éireann to the High Court.
Man and woman arrested after €129,000 worth of cannabis and cocaine seized in Wexford
A 45-year-old man and a 53-year-old woman were arrested after a drug seizure worth €129,000 at Wexford on Tuesday.
The family of the boy, 2, with suspected autism, who will have to wait until next January for the HSE assessment, are bringing a case to the High Court
The family of a boy with significant health and school needs have filed a lawsuit in the High Court about the HSE’s refusal to allow him to use the support services he needs outside his home range.
Ukrainian mother writes contact details on her 2-year-old daughter’s back in case she is killed
A Ukrainian mother scribbled the contact details with a pen on her daughter’s back As they prepared to flee the war, she has described her desperation to ensure they would be taken care of if they were separated.
With energy costs rising and climate scientists arguing for drastic reductions in fossil fuel use, the case for retrofitting homes has never been stronger. Here’s everything you need to know.
From ‘a smorgasbord of curiosities’ to ‘legendary trad sessions’, Lonely Planet announces list of the 20 best Irish pubs
This has been announced by THE world-renowned travel website Lonely Planet his list of the 20 best pubs in Ireland.
https://www.independent.ie/incoming/evening-headlines-healthy-baby-died-due-to-decisions-by-hospital-staff-coroner-finds-and-taoiseach-attacked-in-dail-over-cmos-187000-trinity-college-salary-41523973.html Headlines tonight: Healthy baby dies on decisions made by hospital staff, coroner finds; and Taoiseach attacked in Dáil over CMO’s €187,000 Trinity College salary