Today’s headlines: Man, 44, charged with murder of Irish pensioner in London; and a suspended lawyer is arrested over a €4 million theft

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Man, 44, charged with murder of grandfather Thomas O’Halloran as Clare Town shocked at murder in London

The Metropolitan Police in London have confirmed that a 44-year-old man has been charged with the murder of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran in Greenford, west London.

Suspended lawyer arrested for €4m theft

A 54-year-old lawyer has been arrested as part of an investigation into the theft of more than €4 million from his clients.

Site partly owned by Robert Troy in planning series, overseen by former Executive Vice President

A site owned by under-fire junior minister Robert Troy was at the center of a planning dispute overseen by former An Bord Pleanála deputy chairman Paul Hyde.

The Indo Daily: Sean Quinn and the ‘forgotten’ €100,000 wedding cake

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Limiting women’s right to home birth is ‘ignorant, patriarchal’

A mother who gave birth to her first child at home has called an HSE recommendation to restrict home birth services to those living within 30 minutes of a maternity hospital “patriarchal” and “ignorant of women’s needs”. Breda Lyons (34) lives in rural Waterford and is an hour’s drive from the nearest hospital.

“I had a passenger who was completely upset, he kicked in my door and threatened to kill me”

Violence on buses is increasing and drivers urgently need help, writes Anne-Marie Walsh.

Alligator eats alligator in terrifying Florida phone footage

Apple warns of “serious security vulnerabilities” for iPhones, iPads and Macs

Apple has disclosed serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs. The software flaws could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices, Apple said in two security reports.

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin: No drugs, just a lot of dancing at a ‘wild’ party

Finland’s prime minister said she didn’t take drugs during a “wild” party at a private home, adding she did nothing wrong as she let loose and partied with friends.

Fine Gael hosts Collins BBQ at Martin’s local GAA club

Fine Gael are holding a summer barbecue worth €25 a head at Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s local GAA club in Cork this weekend as part of the celebrations to mark the centenary of Michael Collins’ death.

Regulatory authorities are conducting criminal proceedings against fraudulent company operators

The first prosecutions under the new anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism laws have been aimed at bogus companies, first uncovered by an Irish independent inquiry last year. Details of the successful prosecution are only being made public today after inquiries from the Irish Independent this week.

Outgoing Cert student Tiffany (18) is best dressed at the Dublin Horse Show

Ladies Day at the Dublin Horse Show was back. However some changes have been made as the new Very Best Dressed award is open to all regardless of gender as Tiffany Fei (18) from Dalkey, Co Dublin won the Very Best Dressed title at her first ever Dublin Horse Show which almost 400 other participants outshined.

Heartbroken daughter reveals her dad may never walk again after horror accident in Co Louth

The daughter of a Belfast man involved in a road accident in Co Louth has revealed he may be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Today’s headlines: Man, 44, charged with murder of Irish pensioner in London; and a suspended lawyer is arrested over a €4 million theft

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