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Headlines tonight: Taoiseach says country must ‘move’ from controversy over Sabina Higgins letter; Germany announces new Covid measures

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Here are this evening’s top stories on Independent.ie.

Taoiseach: Country needs to ‘move’ from controversy over Sabina Higgins letter.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the country must now “move on” from the controversy over the letter about the war in Ukraine published on the President’s website by Sabina Higgins.

Former Kerry star Paul Galvin and his wife Louise Duffy have been embroiled in a scheduling dispute

Former Kerry GAA star Paul Galvin and his wife, former Today FM presenter Louise Duffy, are embroiled in a planning dispute with their neighbors over a proposed extension to their Dublin home.

Derek Boyd signs a guilty plea to charge the murder of his sister Sandra

Mother-of-five Sandra Boyd was fatally wounded in what is believed to be accidental gunfire at her home in Collins Place, Finglas, Dublin, just before 9pm on March 19.

The government does not “expect” to introduce fuel rationing this winter

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has stressed that the government does not expect to introduce fuel rationing this winter.

€58,000 for manager whose employer medically sentenced him to failure after an accident

An office supply company has been ordered to pay a former manager €58,000 for “weaponizing” his disability and forcing him to resign after he was injured in a road accident.

Germany announces new Covid-19 measures

The federal government has presented its plans for new coronavirus measures for the coming autumn and winter as it expects virus cases to pick up again in the colder seasons.

Owner devastated when Louth dog dies due to potential beach hazards

What would be a normal evening stroll along the beach has turned into a pet owner’s worst nightmare for Noeleen Morris and her husband Enda.

Rapist has to pay 315,000 euros to woman he sexually abused more than 15 years ago

The High Court has ordered a convicted rapist to pay €315,000 in damages to a woman he sexually abused more than 15 years ago.

Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees across Ireland are being given a bike

Dublin bike shop owner Paul McQuaid repaired 750 old bikes – then gave them to people fleeing the war-torn country.

Irishman arrested for ‘inciting fear’ with a swastika flag post

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