Today’s headlines: Suspect dies after being hit by car while fleeing murder of sex offender; Tenants living in prefabs in Dublin were initially only given five days’ notice

Here are the top headlines from this morning.

‘He had it’ – Suspect dies after being hit by car while fleeing murder of sex offender

A convicted pedophile murdered in a frantic stabbing at his home in Monaghan may have been targeted for his previous sex offences. Christopher Mooney, 60, died at his home after the violent attack, while Kieran Hamill, 37, died after being hit by a nearby car.

Pit bull in horrific attack on boy held without housing authority permission

A pit bull who attacked a nine-year-old boy was kept in a house without permission from the Tuath Housing Authority, the Irish Independent is able to reveal.

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary accuses Eamon Ryan of “walking around like a drunk tourist” in the climate tax dispute.

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has accused Minister Eamon Ryan of “running around Sharm El-Sheikh like a drunken tourist” with his proposal to increase climate taxes on flying.

‘There is a war on tenants’ – those living in prefabs in Dublin have just five days to vacate the building

Tenants living in 27 prefab homes in Dublin have been ordered to vacate the building with just five days’ notice as the building was deemed an unauthorized building and a fire hazard.

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The claims judge “stared” at Graham Dwyer under the killer’s grounds of appeal

While the primary reason for Dwyer’s challenge to his murder conviction relates to the use of his cell phone data, the “glaring” issue was one of 11 other reasons originally listed by his legal team. Nine of these were tabled yesterday, some grouped under specific subjects and others being the subject of written rather than oral submissions.

Rise in RSV hospitalizations as ‘immunity gap’ hits youth

RSV infections have resulted in more hospital admissions this year, with at least 1,558 patients, mostly children, requiring in-patient care due to complications from the virus.

€387,000 EU Metaverse party attracts just six guests

The EU Commission’s foreign aid department spent €387,000 to create the Metaversum, which allowed people to sign up for a virtual concert to meet people and learn more about the block.

The former teacher at the center of the hit podcast has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for the 1982 murder of his wife

An Australian former high school teacher who was the subject of the hit podcast The Teacher’s Pet has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for the murder of his wife 40 years ago, in a case that has gripped the nation.

According to the trial, Donald Trump knew nothing of years of tax fraud

A defense attorney yesterday attempted to reassure jurors near the end of a criminal case against Donald Trump’s real estate company that the former US president had known nothing about years of tax fraud by a greedy former executive.

‘Grey boom’ brings new challenges as life expectancy in Ireland continues to rise

Life expectancy in Ireland continues to rise and is now 84 for women and 81 for men as the country embarks on a so-called gray boom.

https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/todays-headlines-suspect-dies-after-being-hit-by-car-as-he-fled-from-murder-of-sex-offender-renters-living-in-dublin-prefab-apartments-initially-given-just-five-days-notice-to-leave-42189310.html Today’s headlines: Suspect dies after being hit by car while fleeing murder of sex offender; Tenants living in prefabs in Dublin were initially only given five days’ notice

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