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Tonight’s Irish News headlines: Tom Niland’s family ‘don’t know if he’ll ever get out of this scene’; and schools in Ireland have welcomed Ukrainian children

‘I don’t know if he’ll ever get out of this’ – Tom Niland’s family gives injury update as three people arrested in connection with aggravated burglary

Three men were arrested on suspicion of a more serious burglary at the home of Tom Niland (73) in Skreen, Co Sligo, on January 18.

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Ukraine on Wednesday accused Russia of bombing a children’s hospital in the besieged port of Mariupol in a truce that was supposed to allow some of the hundreds of thousands of civilians trapped in the city to escape. outside.

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Irish schools have welcomed Ukrainian children

Ukrainian children fleeing the war in their country are enrolled in schools in Ireland. Of the 2,500 Ukrainians who have come to Ireland so far, about a third are children.

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Judge dismisses claim of €60,000 damages for toddler ‘stung by angry bees’ at Dublin Zoo

A claim for damages worth €60,000 on behalf of a toddler, whose family says she was stung by a swar of angry bees or wasps while visiting Dublin Zoo, has been dismissed by a judge .

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Taoiseach lowers prospect of using record ESB profits of 679 million euros to offset rising energy prices

Taoiseach has downplayed expectations of using ESB’s “unprecedented” new profits to lower bills for domestic consumers. It came within minutes after Paschal Donohoe suggested that its 2021 margins should cater to future investment and higher inputs.

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In pictures: 15 moments captured by independent Irish photographer Mark Condren at the Ukraine border

Irish photographer Mark Condren traveled to the Ukrainian border with journalist Fionnan Sheahan, and he captured striking images of the plight of people across the border.

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Refugees crossing the border from Ukraine at the Kroscienko border in southeastern Poland. Photo: Mark Condren

Bernadette Connolly, the mother who disappeared from Dublin beaches, is remembered as beautiful, funny and kind.

The Dublin mother whose body was found on the shores of Blackpool, England, after going missing while walking on a north Dublin beach has been remembered by her only child as a beautiful, funny person, kind and true.

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Passengers on the Éireann bus were awarded 126,000 euros after injuring their backs when the driver abruptly slowed down to avoid a collision

The Supreme Court has awarded more than €126,000 to a passenger for injuries after the bus she was traveling on suddenly slowed down to avoid a collision.

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‘I’m delighted to extend my contract’ – Stephen Kenny signs new FAI deal until Euro 2024 final

The FAI has officially announced the extension of Stephen Kenny’s contract as Republic of Ireland football coach until the end of the Euro 2024 campaign.

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Neighbors protest against Pantibar pub license after complaining about people drinking outdoors during pandemic

Pantibar’s neighbors have protested its pub license after reaching an agreement with the pub for outdoor serving.

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VIDEO: 17 people were injured in an attack on a Ukrainian maternity hospital

Attorney General Helen McEntee Disputes Sipo’s Account of Contributions from Tayto Park Owners

Attorney General Helen McEntee objected to the Standards in the Public Offices Committee’s account of donations from Tayto Park owner Ray Coyle.

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‘We are nuclear weapons experts – here’s the reality of Putin’s threat’

Amidst the terrible human suffering on the ground in Ukraine, the scary question is whether the war could escalate into a nuclear confrontation between NATO and Russia – two nuclear experts offer analysis .

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https://www.independent.ie/incoming/evening-headlines-tom-nilands-family-dont-know-if-hell-ever-come-out-of-this-and-ukraine-accuses-russia-of-bombing-childrens-hospital-during-mariupol-ceasefire-41429483.html Tonight’s Irish News headlines: Tom Niland’s family ‘don’t know if he’ll ever get out of this scene’; and schools in Ireland have welcomed Ukrainian children

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