Here are this morning’s top stories on Independent.ie.
Murder of Keane Mulready-Woods: The feud criminal was caught on CCTV leaving the home where a teenager carrying a bag was dismembered
A Drogheda criminal and a Dublin hitman have been spotted carrying a sports bag near the scene of Keane Mulready-Woods after his murder.
Dublin shootings: Gardaí are investigating two separate gun attacks on crime boss ‘Mr. Flashy” who was shot in Finglas
Gardaí are investigating two separate heavy gun attacks in Dublin. The independent incidents at Finglas and Clondalkin were carried out about an hour apart and injured two men, one seriously.
The population is growing three times as fast as domestic supply
Population growth, far outpacing new housing construction, is creating pent-up demand that can’t be reduced unless supply increases “significantly,” according to a new bank report.
Cheers co-stars pay tribute to Kirstie Alley after death aged 71
Kirstie Alley’s Cheers co-stars Kelsey Grammer and Rhea Perlman have paid tribute to the late actress after she died of cancer at the age of 71.
Staff shortages are pushing us to the breaking point – principals
A head teacher who has taken to social media to ask for a replacement teacher to be found has warned Dublin schools are “at breaking point” and said her staff are “drowning” amid a wave of shortages.
Raised more than €163,000 for boy abused by Pitbull
The family of the nine-year-old boy who was brutally attacked by a dog in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, have been overwhelmed by the support they received from within the community in the town.
Covid and conflict combine to create ‘perfect storm’ for global measles explosion
Measles, which is usually controlled with vaccines, is on the rise worldwide. Last year there were an estimated nine million cases and 128,000 deaths from the disease worldwide.
Concerns over the deaths of two adults from an invasive form of Strep A infection as the number of cases in children rises
Two older adults have died from the invasive form of Strep A infection in Ireland this year and an increase is being reported in children, the HSE said yesterday.
‘A significant cause for concern’ – Men are doing better than women when it comes to shedding the dreaded Covid stone
Women in Ireland are struggling to shed the so-called ‘Covid Stone’ won during lockdown and restrictions, while men are more successful at shedding pounds, according to a new Department of Health survey.
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/news-headlines-two-separate-shootings-in-dublin-overnight-cheers-co-stars-lead-tributes-to-kirstie-alley-after-star-dies-aged-71-42197774.html Headlines: Two separate Dublin shootings overnight; Cheers co-stars pay tribute to Kirstie Alley after star dies aged 71