NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
File photo of Enda Kenny and Alan Shatter arriving at Leinster House (Image: Julien Behal/PA).
- Cabinet members expressed support for Minister Alan Shatter today as opposition TDs continued to call for his resignation.
- A teenager died in a Limerick work accident and a man was crushed to death by a JCB digger in Dublin.
- Armed raiders made of with a sum of money from a Permanent TSB in Dublin.
- Ryanair said claims that passengers were locked on a flight are ‘untrue’ after a video from one angry customer on the plane went viral.
- Teachers will hold lunchtime protests at school gates to show opposition to the new Junior Cycle.
- There will be dole cuts for long-term unemployed people who refuse to work in local authorities.
- 132 new jobs were announced for Dublin and Galway.
- Police in Antrim had a DNA breakthrough in the case of a baby boy’s death in 1984.
#MASSACHUSETTS: An Irish nanny has had a bail request denied by a judge in the US.
Google‘s latest project is a smartphone that maps everything around it with 3D sensors.
This real-time map provides us with a neat way of tracking the rate at which we destroy the world’s forests. [Gizmodo]
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