Here are the top stories across Independent.ie this evening.
A manager who told her boss she couldn’t make it to a conference because her back had gone out, but had a trip to Lanzarote booked for the same dates, has lost a €90,000 claim for unfair dismissal.
The man, who is in his 50s and known to the deceased, was questioned for three days in connection with the killing of the woman hailed as "Killarney's smiling lady".
Westmeath, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Sligo, Carlow, Waterford and Donegal have the highest incidence of Covid-19 as the summer wave continues to recede.
Finland’s prime minister Sanna Marin is facing a backlash after a leaked video of her partying emerged on social media on Wednesday.
Charli and Ruby McGlynn, who are both aged 15, were last seen in the Bridgetown area of county Wexford at around 6.30pm on Saturday, August 13.
Rock star royalty watchers are set for disappointment with news that Jessica Springsteen, daughter of ‘The Boss’ Bruce will now not be competing at the Dublin Horse Show as had been expected.
Preparations for what should have been a vital Dublin derby against Shelbourne were no longer important for Bohemians as the club tried to cope with the loss on Wednesday of popular club volunteer Derek Monaghan.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has accepted under-fire junior minister Robert Troy’s explanation for failing to declare properties sales to local authorities.
A sale of the Selfridges Group of luxury department stores including Brown Thomas and Arnotts in Ireland has closed. The business has been sold by Canada’s billionaire Weston family for a reported £4bn to a combined bid from a Thai retailer and an Austrian property company.
Inflation for the euro area as a whole hit a new high in July and one of the European Central Bank’s most important policymakers said it is set to worsen.