Tonight’s headlines: Charges paid to ‘deeply guilty’ Irish journalist killed outside Kyiv; Joshua Allen withdraws appeal for cocaine possession


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Prosecutions are paid to Irish journalist killed after Russian vehicle caught fire on outskirts of Kyiv

Prosecutions have been paid for an Irish cameraman who was killed while working for Fox News in Ukraine. Pierre Kakrzewski, 55, was killed after a vehicle he was traveling in was reportedly hit by Russian fire.

National Lottery staff showed child abuse video to co-workers to avoid jail

A man showed a colleague a video of a child being abused by an adult in the National Lottery Headquarters. avoided a prison sentence for child pornography.

Joshua Allen withdraws appeal for cocaine possession

Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, appeared in Midleton Court today to hear the State’s list of appeals.

Rachael Blackmore enjoys the Cheltenham crowd and ‘walks in here to the victors’ siege’

Honeysuckle and Rachael Blackmore received the reception they so well deserved after a serious defense by Unibet Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham.

Man (61) secretly recorded video of work colleague as she used shower equipment, court says

Dublin man Anthony Dunne pleaded guilty to harassment after also capturing a video of her partner’s daughter-in-law in the bathroom of her own home.

Russian court fines journalist €250 for protesting war on live TV after Kremlin accuses act of ‘thugs’

Boy (12 years old) dies after falling off the railing while sliding down the school’s stairs

A boy’s father died after falling off a railing in a Dublin school two years ago expressed disbelief that such an accident could happen in modern school buildings.

Hospitals make St Patrick’s Day draw the public away as they struggle to cope with overcrowding and Covid outbreaks

Health services are struggling to cope with 696 Covid-19 outbreaks, including 101 in hospitals and 595 in community care services such as nursing homes.

Ireland’s greatest performer Tom Duffy from famous circus family has passed away

Ireland’s ‘greatest performer’ Tom Duffy has passed awayto mourn for the circus community.

Some Russians in Ireland believe news of Russia’s invasion is ‘fake’, Ukrainian-born lawyer warns

Some Russians living in Ireland c trust Russian state propaganda rather than independent news sourcesa lawyer of Ukrainian origin has stated.

Man’s partner and daughter died ‘in terrible poverty’ after he died at work at quarry when rock face fell on him, court hears

Katja Shaw (46 years old), the partner of the late Peter Byrne (45 years old), has sued Faser Court Ltd, run by brothers James and Patrick Casey for negligence, loss of dependents, mental distress and neurological shock. Tonight’s headlines: Charges paid to ‘deeply guilty’ Irish journalist killed outside Kyiv; Joshua Allen withdraws appeal for cocaine possession

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