Jailed for life
The eldest daughter of a man who was murdered by his girlfriend's estranged husband has told him she will never forgive him and she hopes "he never sees the light of day again."
Veronica Carberry said her life has been turned upside down and her family devastated by the murder of her father Aidan McMenamy.
Following Ms Carberry's statement this morning Ms Justice Eileen Creedon sentenced Anthony Paget to life imprisonment for the murder of Mr McMenamy at Clinch's Court, North Strand Road, Dublin 3. His trial heard that Paget stabbed Mr McMenamy in the early hours of the morning during a row over Paget's estranged wife Candice Paget.
Teva Pharmaceuticals has confirmed plans to close its Sudocrem production plant in Dublin with the loss of more than 100 jobs.
The company told staff at the facility in Baldoyle of its plan, which involved closing the plant by the end of 2022 and moving production to Bulgaria.
Sudocrem has been produced in Baldoyle since the 1940s.
The next phase of easing Ireland's Covid-19 lockdown starts on Monday.
From May 10th, intercounty travel will resume, three households or six people will be able to meet outdoors and a vaccine bonus will come into force.
Non-essential retail click-and-collect services can resume, along with outdoor retail, while personal services such as hairdressers can reopen by appointment.
Darkness into Light
People are being encouraged to sign up to Darkness into Light, which returns tomorrow at sunrise.
The annual event is Pieta House's main fundraiser and raises awareness of suicide and self-harm.
The usual organised walks are not possible due to Covid-19, but people can still support the cause by donating or fundraising.
We have the top 10 spots around the island from which to join and watch the sunrise tomorrow.