Today’s headlines: Spiritan sex abuse scandal spans nine countries; Dowdall’s €1,000 for Mary Lou McDonald in 2011 wasn’t his only donation to Sinn Féin

Here are today’s top stories on Independent.ie.

Spiritan sex abuse scandal spans nine countries

The 24 priests accused of abusing children in Spiritan schools in Ireland in 2012 have now increased to at least 47. Thirty other priests are facing complaints from abroad.

Dowdall’s €1,000 for Mary Lou in 2011 wasn’t just SF donations

Jonathan Dowdall made further donations to Sinn Féin by buying tickets to party fundraisers, including one starring Mary Lou McDonald, the Sunday Independent can reveal.

All Irish cities could be uninhabitable by the end of the century, Environment Secretary Eamon Ryan warns

The Environment and Transport Secretary insists climate change is “nothing but a bad thing” despite the benefits of warmer weather on household energy bills.

Wexford techie reveals €186m scam – and €15k strip club trip

A report has been sent to Gardai by a whistleblower who worked at the Wexford headquarters of a company that has swindled international investors out of €186m.

Budweiser monitors pint price after Heineken surge

Budweiser is monitoring its prices and costs, a week after rival brewer Heineken announced it would be raising beer prices.

Loss of tech jobs will not impact rental sector as Dublin is ‘full’

Recent job cuts at Twitter, Meta and Stripe will have no impact on Dublin’s chronic rental property shortage, according to one of the city’s largest rental agents.

Killer Marta Herda is serving the rest of her sentence in Poland

Convicted murderer Marta Herda is to be returned to her native Poland to serve out the rest of her sentence Sunday independent can reveal.

The state has raised $70,000 to pay Harvard fees for the Siteserv leak officer

The state paid €61,500 for a Harvard Business School course for a senior official named in the Siteserv report for his unauthorized disclosure of highly sensitive information.

“I am fortunate to be alive after being attacked by a suspected fuel smuggler”

The victim of a vicious attack by a multi-million dollar fuel smuggler who was jailed last week said he was “lucky he survived”.

‘We are not immune’ – Vodafone Ireland is the latest tech company to embark on an austerity programme

Vodafone Ireland is the latest major company to embark on a program of internal cuts to ensure “we maintain a healthy business”.

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