Here’s some of the night’s top news on Independent.ie:
The body of missing Dubliner Bernadette Connolly has been found in Blackpool, UK
Ms Connolly’s daughter Jade confirmed the body of the 45-year-old, who has been missing since January 7, has been found on a beach in Blackpool, UK.
LIVE UPDATES: Putin warns war will go on ‘to the end’ as Ukrainian President Zelenskyy calls for more military aid
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the world was too slow to support his embattled country as he urged Western leaders to enforce a no-fly zone over Ukraine to deny access to Russian warplanes.
Hotels will be the first “stop” for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Ireland
Hotels will be the first “stop” for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Ireland, a high-level meeting of ministers and officials said today. In the case of a “very significant number” of refugees, government land can be used to build modular homes.
“I thought it was going to be a light touch, what did I do?” – Murder trial hears accused shouting uncontrollably to Gardaí
A detective told a murder trial he saw the body of a 71-year-old pensioner with injuries to her neck and head and her left ear appeared to be missing when he entered her home.
VIDEO: Irish vet describes his abhorrence of horse abuse as he shares shocking wounds in video
Innocent young man brutally stabbed in street as fears of feud grow
The prime suspect in a vicious stabbing attack that left an innocent 22-year-old man horrifically injured is a close associate of a boxer who is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife.
A woman suing the hotel says she was scalded with boiling water bursting out of the kettle “like a geyser”.
A woman is suing a Bray hotel, claiming she was scalded by boiling water gushing “like a geyser” from her room’s kettle.
Protestants, Loyalists and trade unionists in Belfast learning Irish are their language
Many Protestants, Loyalists and trade unionists in Belfast are learning that Irish is their language and are learning it in growing numbers, said language rights campaigner Linda Ervine.
Man accused of murdering gang boss Robbie Lawlor agrees to bail to attend child’s christening
Adrian Holland, 38, has been granted temporary bail to attend the ceremony at a church in Belfast next week.
Illegal peat extraction, bad odors and noise are among the complaints to the Environment Agency
Illegal peat extraction was discovered at 48 sites across the country last year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revealed.
The former head of Irish Nationwide told the insurer he was not held responsible for agreeing to a loan that was written off as a loss of more than €4m
Former Irish Nationwide boss Michael Fingleton told an insurer at the building society he was “not accused” of agreeing to a loan that Nationwide eventually wrote off as a loss of more than €4million, a court heard.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-putin-warns-war-will-continue-until-the-end-and-innocent-man-viciously-stabbed-on-dublin-street-as-feud-fears-grow-41408937.html Headlines tonight: Putin warns war will go on ‘to the end’; and an innocent man was viciously stabbed in the street in Dublin amid growing fears of a feud