Government concerns over Sinn Fein claims in Hutch Trail
Senior coalition officials have expressed concern over allegations made about Sinn Féin and its leader, Mary Lou McDonald, in the murder trial of Gerry “The Monk” Hutch.
Nursing homes affected by the ban on moving to refugee accommodation
The government has barred nursing homes from being considered as reception centers for refugees as health officials are increasingly concerned about nursing home closure rates.
Fraudulent attorney Patrick Russell is released from prison
Former attorney Patrick Russell is paroled from prison after serving two years of a three-year sentence.
US court seeks ‘evidence’ of Grant Thornton’s Irish business in Pornhub case
A US court is to seek evidence from services giant Grant Thornton’s Irish business in relation to an alleged child sexual abuse case involving one of the world’s largest pornography companies, MindGeek, which owns Pornhub.
Abuse allegations at Spiritan schools rise to 80
Gardaí have received 80 reports of alleged sexual abuse at schools run by Spiritan priests in 21 days, with a spate of complaints over the past week.
“I want to endure little of the pain for the rest of my life”
For Brendan Ó Dufaigh Snr, the sense of sadness and grief at losing his GAA star son more than a year ago still “settles in waves and becomes almost overwhelming and suffocating.”
“My prayer has always been that the truth will come out” – Jules Thomas on Ian Bailey and the lawsuit against Netflix
Toy Show star Saoibh’s father hails the hero doctor who has been helping the family pay bills
The father of Saoibh Lonergan – the little girl who stole the show on Friday night’s Late Late Toy Show – has paid tribute to a hero doctor who helped the family when they struggled to cover their medical expenses.
Gardaí are investigating teachers for allegedly assaulting a child
Gardaí have investigated a teacher in the west of the country after allegations a child with special educational needs was placed in a sensory room without parental permission.
LGBTQ+ teens face a “negative halo” of prejudice
According to a new study, more than half of LGBTQ+ teenagers in Ireland say they have faced discrimination because of their sexual orientation.
Thousands gather on the streets of Dublin to protest against housing
https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-government-concern-over-sinn-fein-claims-in-hutch-trail-abuse-allegations-at-spiritan-schools-now-surge-to-80-42176168.html Today’s headlines in Ireland: Government concerns over allegations made by Sinn Féin in Hutch trial; Abuse allegations at Spiritan schools now rise to 80