Irish news headlines: Eviction ban could be extended as housing crisis continues; Siblings show “no remorse” for attack in which they threw 32 eggs at their aunt
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Enoch Burke claims £700 a day will make him “poor for his faith” as the judge fines him for his “completely pointless” schooling
Schoolteacher Enoch Burke has refused to say if he will finally comply with a court order barring him from attending Wilson’s Hospital School, now that he faces a fine of €700 a day.
Brother and sister have shown “no remorse” for the attack, in which they threw 32 eggs at their aunt, judge says
A judge has said a brother and sister who threw up to 32 eggs at their aunt during a five-minute assault showed “no remorse” and “no apologies” for their actions.
Extension of the ban on evictions possible due to the ongoing housing shortage
The government is considering extending the winter eviction ban beyond the end of March deadline as the housing and emergency shelter crisis continues.
The beautician put herself at “significant risk” after swallowing nearly 1kg of cocaine and smuggling it into Ireland
A woman who swallowed almost a kilo of cocaine and smuggled it into Ireland from Brazil has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Accused of murder at the Regency Hotel, Gerard Hutch and his two alleged accomplices will have verdicts in their cases in April
Charged with murder at the Regency Hotel, Gerard Hutch and his two alleged accomplices will be tried in April at the Special Criminal Court.
Toddler dies in ‘tragic accident’ at Cork home
Gardaí have confirmed the sudden death of an infant in a tragic accident. Just after 9pm on Wednesday, Gardaí visited a home in Skibbereen, Co Cork, following the sudden death of a boy.
Girl was allegedly bullied by a boy in her class into leaving school as the High Court case came to an end
A High Court case over allegations that a schoolgirl was bullied by a male classmate has been settled. The court heard that the girl will now leave school.
Forcing unionists into a united Ireland will lead to renewed violence, warns former British Prime Minister John Major
Former British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party said former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds “would have preferred that I had become an advocate for the association”.
The 28-year-old mystery of a Dubliner who disappeared from a Wexford resort – ‘He would never have left me and the kids’
Tony White had taken his family to watch the infamous Ireland v England game at the Strand Bar before returning to their motorhome. After an argument, he stormed out and was never seen again.
How the EuroMillions winner burned €45 million by spending €110,000 a week
One of the biggest EuroMillions lottery winners of all time was giving away £100,000 (€110,000) in prizes a week, documents show.
WATCH: DSPCA releases footage of a ‘family’ of puppies after a four-day rescue effort
Stripe tells employees that the IPO can happen within a year
The Limerick-born founders of Stripe have hired banks to advise them on a possible IPO of the online payments giant next year.
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