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FSJ News Updates,

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

Cherry Orchard: The Justice Secretary has announced a crackdown on anti-social behavior in Dublin after he was hit by a police car

Justice Minister Helen McEntee announced a series of measures to tackle anti-social behavior following the crash of a garda car in Cherry Orchard earlier this week.

Body found in Dublin as gardaí call off search for missing pensioner

Gardaí have discovered a body while searching for a missing Dublin man.

The first images emerge of Russian men saying goodbye to their families to go into battle

A company part-owned by U2 frontman Bono is objecting to a planned apartment project for Dalkey in Dublin

A company part-owned by U2 frontman Bono has objected to a planned apartment project for Dalkey in south Dublin.

Co Armagh priest ‘steps down’ after accused of voyeurism in shopping centre

A Co Armagh priest accused of voyeurism had to “step down from his role”, a court heard on Friday.

Fisherman said he and two colleagues worked 20 hours a day on a shrimp boat and are owed €140,000

A migrant fisherman working on a prawn boat off the Dublin coast told the Workplace Relations Commission that he and two colleagues worked up to 20-hour days and were owed €140,000 in unpaid wages.

Two teenagers arrested in connection with an alleged assault on a club official at a GAA ground in Longford

Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with an alleged assault on a club official at a GAA ground in Longford.

Taoiseach flies business class to New York despite ‘failure’ to act on climate change at UN Security Council

Secretary Micheál Martin confirmed he was on a business class flight to New York despite criticizing the UN Security Council for its failure to tackle climate change.

Pat Kenny takes Stephen Donnelly to task to solve daughter’s ‘horrendous’ experience at Dublin A&E

Radio presenter Pat Kenny has shared details of what he described as his daughter’s “terrible experience” in the emergency department at Dublin’s St Vincent’s Hospital.

Gardaí are investigating a second time a Drogheda high school has been targeted on social media

Gardaí are continuing to investigate a series of messages posted on social media targeting the school in recent days.

Irish tourists could save big thanks to the UK’s VAT-free scheme, but it won’t include cross-border shoppers

Cross-border shoppers will not get the same tax breaks as other visitors to the UK after Northern Ireland was left out of the UK government’s new VAT-free shopping scheme.

Secretary Micheál Martin calls Russia a “rogue state” and questions its membership in the UN Security Council

Secretary Micheál Martin said that Russia’s role as a permanent member of the UN Security Council is now in doubt.

Thousands expected to march for life in Dublin on Saturday with road closures

Thousands of people are expected to take part in a major protest against the cost of living in Dublin.

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