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NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
James Gilleran, the original ‘Daff Man’ [Artur Widak/PA Wire/PA Images]
- There was shock at ambulance service revelations
- A man shot outside a creche last week died
- A man and woman in their 60s died in a car crash
- The GRA said gardaí knew some calls were recorded
- The Taoiseach said he didn’t ask Callinan to quit
- There was an appeal for a missing teenager
- A man was declared ‘stateless’ by the Irish government
- It emerged John Waters has quit The Irish Times
- Aer Lingus confirmed its CEO got €1.5m last year
- And the rain held off (mostly) for Daffodil Day
Ahead of the celebration of Nyepi (The Day Of Silence), thousands of Hindus perform a ‘Melasti’ ceremony at Balekambang Beach, East Java in Indonesia. [NEWZULU/H PRABOWO]
#MH370: More objects were spotted, amid new claims that the plane was travelling faster than previously thought.
#BLADE RUNNER: The Pistorius trial was adjourned for ten days.
- There’s reports the iPhone 6 will be released in September
- 80 per cent of news organisations are being targeted by state hackers, Google said [Guardian]
- And the first Bionic Olympics will be held in 2016 [BBC]
Jimmy Fallon’s being doing a pretty good job on The Tonight Show since he took over from Jay Leno earlier this year…
In a slightly cruel move from the normally nice-as-pie former SNL stalwart, this week he got parents to post photos of babies who look like crack-smoking-Mayor-of-Toronto Rob Ford.
(The Tonight Show)