NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
The remains of Fr Alec Reid pictured outside Clonard Monastery in West Belfast after his funeral mass today. (Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
- A teenager has been arrested after a body of a woman was found in Kerry.
- Liam Adams has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for abusing his daughter.
- The HSE says some of the payment top-ups to senior hospital staff date back to 1996.
- A video released shows the Irish woman believed to be one of the slavery suspects discovered in the UK.
- The funeral of Father Alec Reid took place in Belfast this afternoon.
- Revenue extended its deadline for filing property tax returns.
- Focus Ireland said today that 16 families are becoming homeless every month.
- NAMA says it has been very proactive in providing social housing.
- A new report has found that one in four three-year-olds in the country is overweight.
- Micheál Martin said the Republican movement ‘failed’ to protect some sex abuse victims.
- A man died in a crash overnight in South Dublin.
- Bord Gáis Energy will stay in State ownership for now as a suitable bid was not received.
- Trim Circuit Court has issued the first protective certificate in an insolvency case involving mortgage debt under the new system.
- Dublin property prices are up 15 per cent and properties outside the capital are also showing positive signs of improvement.
- Planning permission for a memorial for abuse victims in the Garden of Remembrance has been rejected.
- The PSNI have welcomed the guilty pleas of three men who trafficked women from the Czech Republic, through Dublin, to work in brothels.
Silvio Berlusconi is cheered by his supporters during a rally in Rome. (Alessandra Tarantino/PA Images)
#WALES: The lead singer of the band Lostprohets pleaded guilty to baby rape.
#BRAZIL: Two people have died in a stadium accident in Sao Paulo.
#ITALY: Silvio Berlusconi has been expelled from the Italian Parliament.
- Celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow? Be thankful that you are not in space as the food isn’t that appetising apparently. [The Atlantic]
- A detailed image of a supernova explosion caused by the death of a massive star has been taken by the European Southern Observatory’s telescope in Chile. [BBC]
Staff at Brasserie 7 in Dublin are reaching out to the public to help them find a happy couple who left a note for the staff after they got engaged in the restaurant.