Irish headlines: All charges against Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood dropped; The musician claims he secretly recorded the country music star during the employment dispute
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The man accused of Natalie McNally’s murder reportedly continued to interact with her family in the weeks following the murder
A man charged with the murder of Natalie McNally is said to have continued to interact with her family in the weeks following the murder. Stephen McCullagh, 32, of Woodland Gardens, Lisburn, is accused of the December 18 murder of Mrs McNally.
Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood has dropped all criminal charges against him
Charges of attempted rape and assault against Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood have been dropped by prosecutors.
A shocking video shows a man backing into a police officer in London
“Outrage” in Europe after Veronica Guerin’s murder, Dáil said
Europe was outraged after the killing of independent journalist Veronica Guerin on Sunday, European Parliament President Roberta Metsola told the Dáil and Seanad.
Hundreds of thousands will be affected when the AIB hikes interest rates on all types of mortgages
AIB is introducing rate hikes on all mortgage types, affecting hundreds of thousands of borrowers, for the first time since the European Central Bank (ECB) hike cycle began last July.
The musician claims he secretly taped country music star Michael English during the bogus self-employment dispute
A bandmate of country star Michael English secretly taped him in a years-long dispute over employment status, the Workplace Relations Commission has been told.
Married farming couple win €137,914 tax dispute with proceeds of €950,000 from land sale
A married farming couple have won a €137,914 capital gains tax (CGT) battle with the Revenue Commissioners resulting from a €950,000 sale of 16.5 acres of farmland.
WATCH: An Irish goodbye actor reveals Hollywood stars he hopes to meet at the Oscars
‘The real issue here is security costs’ – Croke Park stadium boss explains why Katie Taylor won’t be fighting at GAA HQ
Croke Park director Peter McKenna has staunchly defended the stadium’s decision-making in the World Cup match between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano, who is now scheduled for the 3Arena.
Hesitation over offshore wind leaves state vulnerable to lawsuit – expert
Ireland’s effort to develop offshore wind farms before deciding which parts of the sea to close off for development is tantamount to a car crash, politicians have heard.
Micheál Martin orders new government jet as warned ministers cannot travel in ‘rickshaws’
Tánaiste Micheál Martin has ordered his officials to buy a new government jet as he is warned ministers cannot be expected to travel in “rickshaws”.
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