Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.
Leo Varadkar says ‘everyone makes misjudgments’ after reports of unease in Fine Gael
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said “everyone makes mistakes” but is confident he can make the “big decisions” ahead of his reinstatement as Taoiseach next Saturday.
Former real estate developer has written off debts of 24 million euros against payment of 25,000 euros
A former property developer had debts of 24 million euros written off against payment of 25,000 euros. The write-off was part of a Personal Bankruptcy Agreement (PIA) approved by the High Court this morning for Tony Diskin, 44, from Coosan, Athlone, Co Westmeath.
Conor McGregor is facing a second lawsuit after he accused Artem Lobov in the Proper No. branded Twelve Whiskey a “rat”.
Conor McGregor is set to be sued a second time by his former close friend Artem Lobov after the mixed martial artist branded him a “rat” for his lawsuits related to the development of McGregor’s hugely successful Irish whiskey brand had submitted millions.
Murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier: Gardaí identify new witnesses in Ireland, UK, France and US
Gardaí announced they have identified new witnesses in the murder investigation of 26-year-old Sophie Toscan du Plantier, 39, with individuals in Ireland, the UK, France and the US.
What to Expect if the Storm Continues: “Status Orange Ice Fog Warning and 27 Flight Cancellations”
For the second year in a row, the National Emergency Coordination Group met this morning to assess the current weather situation and plan for the coming days.
A thick blanket of fog hides Dublin Airport as planes take off and land
‘You need to plan better… not like this’ – Passengers react to Dublin Airport weather chaos
Children of man murdered in ‘drugs’-related shooting are demanding the High Court refuse to pay compensation
A High Court challenge was raised over a refusal to make a payment under the Criminal Injury Compensation Scheme to the children of a man who was shot dead in 2005.
Golden Globes: Banshees of Inisherin receives eight nominations
Irish actors Kerry Condon, Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Domhnall Gleeson and Barry Keoghan and Martin McDonagh, writer and director of The Banshees of Inisherin, are among the nominees for the 2023 Golden Globe Awards in the US.
Jonathan Dowdall claims Gerry Hutch said “he and Mago Gately” shot David Byrne in the Regency Hotel gangland attack
Former Sinn Féin councilor Jonathan Dowdall has claimed Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch told him he shot David Byrne in the gangland attack on the Regency Hotel.
An invalid warrant was used to search Patrick Quirke’s home in the Garda investigation into Mr Moonlight’s murder, the Supreme Court is hearing
An invalid warrant was used to search the home of farmer Patrick Quirke in a Garda investigation into the murder of DJ Bobby Ryan, the Supreme Court has heard.
The model sister of Kate Moss, 24, is warning her followers not to “drink alcohol” after waking up with a tattoo on her face
Kate Moss’ younger sister, Lottie Moss, has warned followers not to “drink alcohol” after waking up with a face tattoo after a few drinks the night before.
‘I’m not sure what to do’ – English company faces ‘huge loss’ after buying 18,000 ‘world champion’ t-shirts
A Dorset-based company is facing a “huge loss” after buying 18,000 T-shirts saying “England, World Cup Winners 2022”.
A man who took so many drugs he thought he was Jesus tried to stab his roommate to death
A Polish national who attempted to murder his roommate during a prolonged knife attack after taking so many drugs he believed he was Jesus Christ has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Advisors warn patients will die if plan to divert ambulances carrying the sickest patients from Navan Hospital goes ahead
A number of senior advisers have warned of serious concerns patient care at Mullingar Hospital would be disrupted and people die if proposed changes are made, which will see ambulances carrying the sickest medical patients bypassing Navan’s emergency department from this week.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-leo-varadkar-says-everyone-makes-errors-of-judgment-amid-reports-of-fine-gael-unease-ex-property-developer-has-24m-debt-written-off-in-exchange-for-25k-payment-42214285.html Headlines tonight: Leo Varadkar says ‘everyone makes misjudgements’ amid reports of Fine Gael unease; Ex-property developer has written off €24 million of debt in exchange for a €25,000 payment