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Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Today everyone’s been talking about the CRC senior staff top-ups, ESB strike action and the murder inquiry launched in Kerry.

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.


Keri O’Mara, Holly O’Hara and Katelyn Virga, American students from Notre Dame University at the opening of new teen centre at Sophia Housing in Dublin south inner city. The centre was a project undertaken by community group ‘Localise’ with help of Notre Dame University and American students in Ireland. (Photocall Ireland)



The Kelpies, a public art and visitor attraction created by artist Andy Scott, which forms a gateway to the Forth and Clyde canal at the Helix, Falkirk, Scotland on its completion. (PA Image)


#AUSTRALIA: Police in Australia have apologised after a photo of Jill Meagher’s grave was used during a fundraising event.

#CHINA: Japanese and South Korean planes have flown through the disputed Chinese air defence zone.

#CONGO: An Irish consortium highlighted the issue of gender based violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo at a seminar in Dublin.


  • Keep up with all the news about Comet ISON. NASA is uploading all the latest images here and you can keep up with the discussions with the Google+ Hangout here. [NASA]
  • Ever wanted to eat one of your Instagram pics? No? Well, now you can. [The Atlantic]


A profile of President Obama’s Irish cousin Henry Healy from Moneygall has featured in entitled: “Meet the O’Bamas”.

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