NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
A photograph of Christy Brown sold as part of archive auction by Bonhams in London today. (Photo: Bonhams)
- Gardaí have identified people in a video where a man was knocked unconscious in Dublin.
- Dublin Fire Brigade are investigating how a sick child was locked in an ambulance.
- The Christy Brown archive is to remain in Ireland.
- A man was charged in connection with death of Jason Saunders.
- AIB agreed 100 deals with homeowners involving some kind of debt write-off.
- The PSNI issue an appeal after a video shows officers leaving an incapacitated woman in a bus lane.
- SIPTU were told to pay DAA and Ryanair’s legal fees over strike action.
- Sean Dunne is challenging the legality of a search warrant application. [RTE]
- Ireland’s suicide rate is below the EU average says the OECD.
- The number of people who cannot afford food in Ireland has doubled.
A Chinese relative of a passenger aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane is carried out at a press conference. (PA Image)
#UKRAINE: The withdrawal of soldiers and their families from Crimea has begun following the Russian seizure of two naval bases. [BBC]
#UK: Police are hunting for a man who sexually assaulted five children in the area where Madeleine McCann went missing.
#CHINA: A puppy was sold in China for almost €1.4 million.
#MALAYSIA AIRLINES: The search continues for flight MH370 with many questions being asked and distressing scenes at today’s press conference.
- Ever wondered which Irish counties love Twitter the most.
- Earth dodged a communications killing solar storm in July 2012 that would have wiped out global electronic systems says NASA. [The Register]
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