NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
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- The Cabinet was reshuffled with Enda Kenny announcing his changes in the Dáil today.
- There was condemnation after a hanged figure depicting a Catholic was placed on a loyalist bonfire ahead of the 12th of July.
- Despite reports that Garth Brooks’ management were to contact the Taoiseach today, it’s understood that his office received no such communication.
- The ESB said no decision has been made yet about the future of the Poolbeg chimneys.
- The number of homeless people in Dublin reached a new peak.
- A Cork woman was charged with dealing cocaine at a bingo hall.
- An explosive device was found close to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital.
- A High Court ruling may result in the dismissal of many speeding cases.
- Alan Shatter said he wants a human rights commission to examine how the Guerin report was compiled.
- Gardaí are searching for a 17-year-old who has been missing for ten days.
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#GAZA: The death toll to the recent conflict has hit 100 as truce efforts waver.
#UK: George Clooney rejected an apology from the Mail Online over a factually inaccurate story about his fiancée’s mother
#SINGAPORE: The national library in Singapore is to destroy LGBT-themed children’s books.
#SPAIN: The mayor of the region covering Magaluf passed a new law giving authorities tighter control over controversial tourist pub crawls.
- Scientist are claiming smelly Hydrogen Sulphide gas (also known as farts) could help to prevent cancer, among other diseases.
- Researchers at the University of Manchester has brought a 410 million-year-old creature back to life through a computer simulation.
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