Today’s headlines: mothers accused of letting Timmy Duggan abuse their children; Dolores Webster has to “keep the peace” for a year.

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Mothers accused of letting Timmy Duggan abuse their children

The Sunday Independent understands that the major investigation into Timmy Duggan (35) from Mountain Lodge, Annagh, Tralee, “Gathering momentum” as a series of arrests of men and women suspected of abetting child abuse by pedophiles are now imminent.

Cash assistance for people taking in refugees “is on the horizon”

Micheál Martin said the government will try to offer financial support to heads of households in return for taking in refugees from Ukraine.

Officials under fire as Tony Holohan retires from public service

The CMO leaves the civil service, but the aftermath of the dispute over his job will focus on the role of officials, reports Hugh O’Connell

Anger of wives of dead Russian soldiers exposes President Vladimir Putin’s lies about the war

Vladimir Putin may insist that his invasion of Ukraine goes according to plan But thousands of Russian women disagree – the grieving mothers, sisters and widows of dead Russian soldiers.

Dublin Airport Authority triples overtime pay

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) costs Security clearance problems continue to grow after it was forced to introduce a costly overtime incentive scheme

Dolores Webster must ‘keep the peace’ for a year after a court found she intentionally obstructed a Garda

The prominent anti-vaccination Dolores Webster was Committed to “keeping the peace” for a year after a court in Kilkenny found she willfully obstructed a Garda in 2019.

Killer Graham Dwyer has no hopes of winning an appeal

Killer Graham Dwyer has told prison staff at Midlands Prison “has no hopes” that his conviction will be overturned following a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice.

100 people interested in Jo Jo Dullard’s murder

A Garda cold case team identified it more than 100 “interested” in the investigation into the murder of Jo Jo Dullard.

The “smartest” member of the general’s gang dies

A key member of Martin ‘The General’ Cahill’s gang has died. Decades after he’d avoided a life of crime and later became one of Ireland’s most respected chess players.

Sinn Féin’s association with IRA during troubles deters voters

When asked in a question for this week’s Sunday Independent about connections between Sinn Féin and the IRA, 33 percent of those polled said it was a “main reason” for not supporting the party.

Ian Bailey writes his third letter to the Garda chief about Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s “review”.

Ian Bailey has written to the Garda Commissioner asking about the status of a potential cold case review in the assassination of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Today’s headlines: mothers accused of letting Timmy Duggan abuse their children; Dolores Webster has to “keep the peace” for a year.

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