Headlines tonight: Young Camogie player, 20, dies after in-game head injury; Man is said to have broken into the car of Ukrainian refugees

HHere are the top stories on Independent.ie tonight.

Young camogie player (20) dies after sustaining a head injury during gameplay

Tributes were paid to Galway camogie player Kate Moran, who died afterwards suffers a serious head injury during a match with her local club on Monday night.

Dublin man accused of breaking into the car of Ukrainian refugees after they fled the war-torn country to Ireland

A man has been accused of breaking into a car belonging to Ukrainian refugees as they arrived in Dublin after fleeing their war-torn country. Christopher Johnson (45) is said to have stolen clothing and other personal belongings from a car belonging to the couple while parked at a hotel north of town.

The CEO of Kinahan-founded boxing company MTK is stepping down

The CEO of the boxing company founded by Daniel Kinahan has resigned citing the “intense pressure” of recent weeks.

We need to end the “national obsession” with the Leaving Cert points race – Harris

That says Higher Education Minister Simon Harris Young people in Ireland face far too much pressure to access higher education when he promised to create more avenues for people to study for the careers they want.

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Non-adversarial compensation scheme for victims of the Kerry children’s mental health scandal

The government has approved a non-adversarial compensation scheme for children implicated in the psychiatric service drug scandal.

Johnson apologizes to MPs for lockdown birthday party

Boris Johnson insisted he didn’t know he was breaking his own coronavirus ruleswhen he offered MPs a “sincere apology” after being fined by police.

There is a new Covid-XE variant. How concerned should we be?

The World Health Organization monitors it but has not declared it a variant of concern.

Education Secretary Norma Foley vowed the government “won’t be found to be weak”. in relation to providing critical additional resources to Irish primary and secondary schools to enable them to take in thousands of Ukrainian children fleeing the Russian invasion.

Former hotel worker cleared of murder of Michaela McAreavey who has been arrested again in Mauritius

A former hotel worker cleared of murder of Irish honeymooner Michaela McAreavey was re-arrested by detectives in Mauritius investigating the casesaid his lawyers.

“Your Feet Left the Ground”

A tourist threw his girlfriend off the ground by her hair A court heard during a drunken robbery outside a Dublin Garda station.

‘I’m just a stupid boxer’: Tyson Fury insists he has ‘absolutely zero’ business dealings with Daniel Kinahan

Tyson Fury insists recent sanctions on Daniel Kinahan ‘have nothing to do with me’, saying He has “absolutely zero” to do with the alleged gangster boss.

Excessive workload ‘erodes teachers’ morale’ – TUI

Too high a workload erodes “teachers’ morale” and drives people out of the profession, according to the Teachers Union of Ireland.

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