NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
Garda forensics outside the Cabra House pub this morning where a man was found seriously injured and later died. (Laura Hutton/Photocall)
- Two men were arrested in connection with the death of a 21-year-old found outside a pub in Cabra.
- A man was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Irishman Michael Hunt in London.
- A man in his 70s was arrested in connection with the murder of Jean McConville in 1972.
- The Government has provisionally appointed five people to a new Censorship of Publications Board to deal with Alan Shatter’s erotic novel.
- A mother has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her eight-year-old son. [RTE]
- A woman was awarded €80,000 after her employer said her job no longer existed after she returned from maternity leave.
- College fees for children of Irish emigrants are to be cut.
- The European Court of Justice ruled that women who use a surrogate have no right to maternity leave.
- Every Garda cell across Dublin was full on St Patrick’s Day, bar one in Rathmines.
The charred wreckage of a news helicopter after it crashed in Seattle. (PA Image)
#USA: Two people were killed in Seattle after a news helicopter crashed.
#MALAYSIA AIRLINES: The turn that diverted missing flight MH370 was programmed into the plane’s navigation system, probably by someone in the cockpit.
#AUSTRALIA: A ten-year-old girl survived a shark attack in New South Wales.
- A 72-year-old amateur photographer managed to capture violent solar flares and spots on the sun’s surface. [The Daily Mail]
- An algorithm that allows a robot write a story generated a short article about the LA earthquake for the LA Times yesterday. [BBC]
Check out these amazing clouds that were captured rolling over McGillycuddy Reeks. Can’t view the video, click here>
Originally published 21.00pm