Headlines tonight: Met Éireann issues new ice warning for 22 counties; Family owned pharmacy reopened after truck plowed into it

Here are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Weather Ireland: Met Éireann is issuing a new ice warning for 22 counties as Sunday will end the big freeze

Met Éireann issued a new amber weather alert for 22 counties this afternoon as it warns untreated roads and trails are likely to be treacherous after showers of freezing rain, sleet and snow.

Family owned pharmacy reopened after a truck drove in early in the morning

A family-owned pharmacy in Mayo reopened this morning despite a truck plowing through its front window in the early hours after being slammed onto ice.

Cabinet reshuffle: Stephen Donnelly and Darragh O’Brien survive, Simon Harris gets a temporary seat and Simon Coveney moves

The new government cabinet takes shape after Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar was elected Taoiseach for a second time. Mr. Varadkar received 87 votes as he changes positions with Fianna Fáil Chair Micheál Martin.

Father of five released on bail in Dublin over €600,000 cannabis seizure

A father of five charged with a cannabis seizure of over €600,000 in the Rathcoole area of ​​Dublin has been released on bail.

Woman dies after crush at Asake concert in Brixton

A woman has died after a crush at a concert in the UK. Nigerian artist Asake said he was “devastated” and “overwhelmed with grief” after a woman died after a crowd ahead of his concert at the O2 Academy Brixton.

The new €100m revitalization plan for St Stephen’s Green shopping center would add two floors

Plans for the €100m refurbishment of one of the country’s most iconic shopping centres, St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, are unveiled for the first time.

Gardaí appeal again for information on the Mayo murder of Owen Maughan

Gardaí have issued a renewed appeal for information about the murder of Owen Maughan nearly nine years after his death.

Ninety people who have been held in the Irish prison system for more than a year without having been convicted of any crime

A total of 90 people have been in prison for more than a year without having been convicted of any crime, new figures have revealed. They are among 723 inmates currently on remand in Irish prisons, 22 of whom have now been behind bars for over two years.

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