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Today’s headlines: Demand for cash could have killed Kerry’s grandmother; Activist Anthony Flynn’s sexual abuse investigation ends

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Here are the morning’s top headlines.

The demand for cash could have led to the murder of Miriam Burns

There was no sign of forced entry into Ms Burns’ terraced home and no sign of disturbance at the home linked to a burglary. However, Gardaí are working to determine how much cash Ms Burns may have kept on her property and if anything was stolen from her killer.

The Taoiseach’s refusal to rule out a coalition with Sinn Féin could keep us in power – Leo Varadkar

Leo Varadkar said Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s refusal to rule out a coalition with Sinn Féin could help Fine Gael win a fourth term in government.

Inquiry into sex abuse of homeless activist Anthony Flynn ends

Gardaí have closed the book investigating sexual assault allegations against the late homeless activist Anthony Flynn, who died by suicide last week a year ago.

The plot thickens as the Fraud Squad investigates Paul Hyde’s report while the political spotlight shifts to the head of the Planning Board

The An Bord Pleanála (ABP) controversy deepens. The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) has hired a senior official to investigate a report on ABP’s former vice chairman for possible evidence of crime.

A nation remembers: Thousands are expected at the Michael Collins centenary celebrations in Béal na Bláth

Ireland marks the centenary of a gunshot that resonated around the world – the death of Michael Collins. At least 5,000 people are expected to attend the centenary celebration, which will see collective speeches on the site for the first time ever.

Murdered Thomas O’Halloran’s family on his last day – “I remember he walked out the door that day, I can see his face”

Thomas O’Halloran’s daughter prepared a meal for her father last Tuesday – but when he failed to return to their west London home, she began to worry. She kept calling his cell phone. It rang.

Irish Embassy credit cards were used to pay €3,800 for Paris Airbnb and €2,470 for chocolate

Credit cards from the Irish embassy have been used to pay for congestion charges in London, to buy £2,100 (€2,470) worth of handmade chocolates, to pay a €3,800 Airbnb bill for a Paris apartment, and for tens of thousands from euros hotel costs.

Ukrainian refugees will have to vacate student dormitories in weeks

More than 3,000 Ukrainian refugees will have to vacate their dormitories in four weeks as colleges prepare to reopen amid worsening housing shortages.

“Stop the cruel rumors about my son Noah Donohoe,” the mother says in a heartfelt appeal to the public

In a series of online posts, Fiona Donohoe called for an end to the untruths and conspiracy theories that are “tormenting” her and her family.

Ben Dunne sells art collection worth 10 million euros

Businessman Ben Dunne is selling 39 paintings from his personal art collection including John Lavery’s Sketch for Pro-Cathedral, Dublin 1922 – the iconic painting of the funeral of Michael Collins, who was shot dead a century ago tomorrow.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-demand-for-cash-could-have-led-to-killing-of-kerry-grandmother-sexual-abuse-inquiry-into-campaigner-anthony-flynn-ends-41925511.html Today’s headlines: Demand for cash could have killed Kerry’s grandmother; Activist Anthony Flynn’s sexual abuse investigation ends

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