Headlines Of The Night: Limerick Legend Speaks About Treaty Thrower’s Alleged Headbutt; Death of mother of three who committed suicide ‘could have been prevented’

Here are the main news of the night.

Man injured in daylight shooting in supermarket parking lot

Gardaí are at the scene of a suspected shooting which occurred in a supermarket car park in North Dublin this evening.

Ireland and Europe at risk of further Covid surge as two new variants of concern declared

The new variants of concern are BA.4 and BA.5, which were first detected in South Africa in January and February of this year. They have led to another increase in infection.

‘It’s bad judgment and he probably made the wrong decision’: Limerick legend Ciarán Carey on Treaty thrower’s alleged headbutt

Carey believes the player involved made a “bad judgement” decision, especially given the proximity of Limerick’s final round-robin match against Clare on Sunday at Cusack Park, after being “in the wrong place at the wrong time”.

Man jailed for 11 years for raping his adopted daughter ‘1,000 times’

Kelly Kemmy, 24, who decided to give up her anonymity to name Stephen Murray, 56, as her adoptive and abusive father, said she was raped a thousand times from the age of 11 to 18.

Death of mother-of-three Orlaith Quinn who committed suicide two days after giving birth ‘could have been prevented’

The death of a woman who took her own life hours after a psychiatrist said she was not a danger to herself could have been prevented, her inquiry said.

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Israeli forces enter and beat mourners at funeral of Palestinian journalist shot

The interior of Niall Horan’s Mullingar mansion sells for €775,000

Horan paid about €465,000 for the six-bedroom Mullingar property that had previously been put on the market for €1.6m in 2011.

UK asylum seeker says his friends are fleeing to Ireland to avoid being sent to Rwanda under new plans

An Afghan asylum seeker in the UK has claimed that some of his friends are fleeing to Ireland to avoid being sent to Rwanda under the UK government’s controversial flagship policy.

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