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Here are the most important headlines of the evening.

The hospital apologizes to the family of the farmer, 47, who collapsed and died while on the waiting list for an operation

St Luke’s General Hospital, Kilkenny, issued an unreserved apology to the Doyle family for their “failures in relation to the care of the late Patrick Doyle”.

George “The Penguin” Mitchell’s encrypted phone service was hacked by police as 45 were arrested

An encrypted phone service closely linked to George “The Penguin” Mitchell was hacked by police over five months, leading to 45 arrests, the discovery of two drug labs, €5.5 million in cash and 20 firearms.

Supreme Court to hear appeal of PIA granted to Ronan O’Gara’s former business partner

The move is the latest twist in a dispute over granting a PIA to John O’Driscoll, who was a partner in the Silly Goose pub business in Cork with Mr O’Flynn and former Irish rugby international Ronan O’Gara.

Miracle baby born in earthquake rubble in Turkey as mother trapped in labor dies

New hope for Vertex drug for Irish children with cystic fibrosis as company faces pressure around the world

Vertex, the pharmaceutical company that makes life-changing drugs for people with cystic fibrosis, confirmed today that it has submitted a new Kaftrio dossier to the local health service, which evaluates the cost and effectiveness of drugs.

Pictured: Man, 44, charged with ramming Hugo Boss store on Grafton St

A man has been charged with the ramming attack on the Hugo Boss store in Dublin’s Grafton Street, which caused tens of thousands of euros worth of damage and stole clothes.

‘She’s devastated by what she’s about to see’ – Family of Creeslough victims slam TG4 documentary’s timing

The brother of a woman who tragically lost her partner and five-year-old daughter in the Creeslough blast has criticized the timing of TG4’s documentary on tomorrow night’s tragedy.

Epsom College headmaster ‘desperate phone call hours before murder-suicide’

A gun found next to the bodies in their home on the private school grounds on Sunday was registered to George Pattison, husband of Emma and father of Lettie, police said.

How have drones disrupted Dublin Airport?

Illegal drone activity at Dublin Airport in recent days is likely to have cost the industry well over €1m. If left unchecked, the cost of disruptions can quickly multiply, as planes have to be rerouted, extra fuel is used, and delays drive up personnel costs. Irish Headlines: –

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