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# joe-oâreilly - Monday 14 April, 2014

Lunchtime Fix: 6 things to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Over 100 Section 38 charities should have allowances stopped – HSE

The recommendations come after a HSE review of Section 38 pay agreement.

From The Daily Edge DJ Neil Prendeville accuses Keith Barry of ‘online bullying’ after pulled interview rant Big Bully

DJ Neil Prendeville accuses Keith Barry of ‘online bullying’ after pulled interview rant

The DJ cleared up last week’s events on his show this morning.

Column: What is the psychological impact of spending so much time in ‘cyberspace’?

There are serious legal, ethical and philosophical challenges to protecting children in this technological age, writes Mary Aiken.

From The Daily Edge 12 naughty little things even the nicest people do YA BOULD THING

12 naughty little things even the nicest people do

Don’t deny it. You’re SO guilty.

From The Daily Edge What to watch on TV tonight: Monday Tv Picks

What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.

Gilmore: Not viable to export wind energy to Britain… right now

He was hesitant to state whether Ireland would support sending an EU security force to Ukraine.

From The Daily Edge Is this really Leonardo DiCaprio dad-dancing at Coachella? Everyone's Watching

Is this really Leonardo DiCaprio dad-dancing at Coachella?

We’re getting to the bottom of it, once and for all.

From Business ETC Before the iPhone arrived, Google didn’t plan on supporting touchscreens Can't Touch This

Before the iPhone arrived, Google didn’t plan on supporting touchscreens

New documents reveal that when Google was developing its Android operating system, it was built to support traditional phones with buttons.

The world’s banana crop is in danger of ‘massive destruction’

The UN has warned that we have to act now to avoid the destruction of the world’s banana crop.

From The Score Here’s the Cork and Limerick minor football sides for their Munster championship opener Rebels Choice

# joe-oâreilly - Monday 14 April, 2014

From The Score This, by Matt Kuchar, was the shot of the Masters Kuuuuuuuch

This, by Matt Kuchar, was the shot of the Masters

Kuch finishes six shots back despite this miracle approach to the 11th.

From Business ETC Good news: €80 million investment and 180 new jobs for Limerick Jobswatch

Good news: €80 million investment and 180 new jobs for Limerick

Both Richard Bruton and Michael Noonan announced the new positions this afternoon.

Bus operator didn’t get Bus Eireann contract because they ‘didn’t pay for an inspector’s trip to Alicante’

The bus operator says that the payments were “the cost of doing business with Bus Eireann”.

Woman ‘badly shaken’ after being dragged out of car by hijackers

The car was found burned out a short time later.

From The Score ‘He’s almost got eyes on the back of his head’ – Schmidt pushing Bowe to next level Interview

‘He’s almost got eyes on the back of his head’ – Schmidt pushing Bowe to next level

The Ulster wing has hit the 30 mark, but insists there is always scope for improvement amidst the competition out wide.

From The Score International football players’ union meets in Dublin to discuss transfer system challenge Player Welfare

International football players’ union meets in Dublin to discuss transfer system challenge

FIFPro members begin two-day talks before a visit to Aras an Uachtarain tomorrow.

The Kerry Babies: Death, tragedy and scandal, 30 years on

This day 30 years ago, the body of a baby was found on a Kerry beach. Its discovery led to a major moment in Irish social history.

Garda bodies launch High Court challenge to sick pay changes

Sick and injured gardaí have already been moved to lower rates of sick pay as changes in legislation reduce the amount of time they can receive the full rate.

From The Score Manny Pacquiao’s mam really gets into it when her son fights Pac-Mam

Manny Pacquiao’s mam really gets into it when her son fights

If Mrs Pacquiao was praying for a unanimous points decision, her prayers were answered.

From Business ETC Aldi reaches record market share, with Lidl not far behind Consumers

Aldi reaches record market share, with Lidl not far behind

If you shop in Aldi, you’re probably spending more as well.

From The Daily Edge Dawn O’Porter is sick of you wondering when she’ll pop out Chris O’Dowd’s kids… it’s The Dredge World Of Celebs

Death toll in Nigeria bus station bombs rises to 71

President Goodluck Jonathan is on his way to the scene, where a further 124 commuters were injured.

From The Score 19 of the best pictures from the GAA weekend Captured In Action This post contains images

19 of the best pictures from the GAA weekend

Dublin, Derry, Offaly, PS Chorca Dhuibhne and Colaiste Choilm were all celebrating over the weekend.

From The Score Diego Costa collides with the post while scoring and takes a chunk out of his shin Nasty

Diego Costa collides with the post while scoring and takes a chunk out of his shin

The Atletico Madrid striker suffered a pretty gruesome injury last night.

Russia accuses West of “off the scale” hypocrisy over Ukraine

Meanwhile, Ukraine’s interim president says he supports a ref

From Business ETC Facebook awaits approval from Irish Central Bank for e-money service Money Transfer

Facebook awaits approval from Irish Central Bank for e-money service

If approved, it would allow Facebook users to store money on the site and use it to pay and exchange money with others.

On the green: NAMA nets €5 million for €80 million Kildare golf resort

Original development costs for Moyvalley resort could have been as high as €80 million.

From The Score Jack O’Connor includes 7 PS Chorca Dhuibhne Hogan Cup winners in Kerry minor team Croker Champs

# joe-oâreilly - Monday 14 April, 2014

From The Score Rio Ferdinand keen to stay at United as future in the balance Rio

Rio Ferdinand keen to stay at United as future in the balance

The veteran defender may be in the final days of his Old Trafford career.

New Leaving Cert science course poses risk to “high standards” of education

It could also hamper Ireland’s chances of attracting foreign direct investment, experts say.

From The Daily Edge The big twist in Game of Thrones made a lot of people very happy last night Hallelujah
From The Score Gerrard ready for ‘biggest month of career’ STEVIE G

Gerrard ready for ‘biggest month of career’

The Liverpool icon is on track to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy.

From The Score Runner dies after collapsing at finish line of London Marathon RIP

Runner dies after collapsing at finish line of London Marathon

The 42-year-old man was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Spot a sad Enda and a happy McGuinness at Croke Park as Derry beat Mayo

Tough day at the office for An Taoiseach.

Emergency Department nurses to ballot for industrial action at Mercy Hospital

Staff say they are worried about a lack of staffing at the hospital.

Bus Éireann: We treat corruption claims with the utmost gravity

The company said it will publish the content of an affidavit in which a whistleblower claimed managers took ‘kickbacks’ in return for guaranteeing school bus route contracts.

From The Score ‘Frustrated’ McIlroy ponders what might have been at Augusta The Masters

‘Frustrated’ McIlroy ponders what might have been at Augusta

The Holywood man insisted his failure to take advantage of the four par-fives cost him dearly.

From Business ETC Construction sector growth scales 2006 peaks Back To Bricks

Construction sector growth scales 2006 peaks

Employment and growth back on the menu for builders, albeit from a low base.

From The Daily Edge 9 of the greatest moments from last night’s MTV movie awards Golden Popcorn
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