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Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators ‘victims of alleged poisoning’ after meeting in Kyiv – reports
Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators Suffered symptoms of suspected poisoning after a meeting in Kyiv in early March, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Teenager admits killing Mongolian woman in Dublin last year
A teenager admitted today Murder of Mongolian woman Urantsetseg Tserendorj in Dublin city center last year.
Ryanair is advising travelers to arrive at Dublin Airport 3.5 hours in advance due to security delays that are likely to last “weeks”.
Ryanair advises customers to arrive at Dubin Airport t three and a half hours before their departure due to security check delays.
Sandra Boyd: Shot mother of five remembers being a loving mother at funeral
A mother of five who was fatally shot in her parents’ Finglas home was remembered as an amazing mother who loved her children and lived for them.
Virgin Media launches new channel next month
The media company announced the schedule Details for Virgin Media Morean exclusive platform airing on Channel 100 on Tuesday 12 April.
Watch: Paul Gascoigne was caught on camera tripping a child ahead of the Rangers challenge game
The 68-year-old man – who cannot be identified for legal reasons – was jailed by Mr Justice Michael McGrath at Cork’s Central Criminal Court. after the accused admitted attempted rape and 19 sexual assaults at different locations and over different dates in the 1980s.
People have been warned against buying fake Wonka candy bars as they may not be safe to eat
The Irish Food Safety Authority (FSAI) warns consumers against buying Wonka candy bars as they are counterfeit and may be unsafe to consume.
Woman claims Zurich Life wrongly canceled her critically ill husband’s EUR 1 million life insurance policy
A businesswoman claims Zurich Life wrongly canceled her seriously ill husband’s EUR 1 million life insurance policy for which she has paid more than €500,000 in prizes over the last 32 years.
Parking lot operators are pushing for access to private data from drivers
Private parking operators dispute with the Department of Transportation over access to information they say would avoid pinch confrontations with angry motorists.
“If you raise the retirement age to 67, you are signing your party’s political death warrant,” warns Siptu
Social Protection Secretary Heather Humphreys has been warned about her party will sign his “political death warrant”. if it raises the statutory retirement age to 67.
That’s what a lawyer who worked for Michael Lynn & Co Solicitors told in his multi-million euro theft lawsuit Her signature was forged on a number of loan documents without her permission.
Glanbia claims wood splinters, metal, and bird feathers found in salt used in its cheese products
Food manufacturer Glanbia claims to have suffered damage of around 3.2 million euros after pieces of wood, bird feathers and metal splinters were found in the salt it had been supplied for use in its cheese products.
https://www.independent.ie/incoming/evening-headlines-teen-boy-admits-killing-mongolian-woman-in-ifsc-last-year-security-delays-at-dublin-airport-likely-to-last-weeks-41496398.html Headlines tonight: Teenager admits killing Mongolian woman in IFSC last year; Security delays at Dublin Airport expected to last “weeks”.