Here are the top stories across Independent.ie this evening.
Joshua Allen, the eldest son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, has been sent back to prison for seven months for two drugs offences with the sentencing judge warning that the "penny has not dropped" for the 22-year-old.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the State pension age should not go beyond 66 years old. Mr Martin told his parliamentary party additional PRSI contributions will be needed to ensure the pension age is not increased.
More than a million households with Electric Ireland accounts are to be hit by a fourth rise in electricity and gas prices in a year.
A Chilean man has vanished after he was accidentally paid 286 times his salary by his employer. The man who works for a well-known meat company, Cial, was paid 165,398,851 Chilean pesos (€170,360) instead of his usual take-home pay of 500,000 Chilean pesos (€515).
Daniel Murtagh, who beat his former partner Nadine Lott to death, has filed legal papers in his bid to have his murder conviction overturned.
July has landed, and with it more flight cancellations from Aer Lingus. The airline has cancelled nine return flights and one direct flight today, as well as three return flights tomorrow, due to several factors including “a significant spike in Covid cases”.
The couple have been together for five years, and a friend of British actor Joe (31) said he had bought singer Taylor a "beautiful" ring, which she wears only at home.
Armagh's Tiernan Kelly has accepted a six-month suspension from the GAA after his alleged eye-gouge on Galway's Damien Comer in Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final.
A husband who stabbed his wife three times after she asked him to leave their home following a row about his drinking has been jailed for five years.