NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- A missing mother and baby were found safe and well.
- Government websites were the subject of a cyberattack.
- A man was found dead in Cork city centre.
- The details of the banking inquiry‘s final report were revealed. [RTÉ News]
- TD Paul Murphy was remanded on bail charged with the false imprisonment of the Tánaiste.
- A body was recovered from the River Lee in the search for missing student Colin Ronayne.
- A travel warning was issued over the spread of Zika. Here’s an explainer on the spread of the virus.
- We took a look at what it’s like in emergency departments right now.
- Luas drivers said they’re definitely going on strike.
- Gardaí appealed for help in finding a missing 15-year-old boy.
- The Fine Gael Ard Fheis was evacuated after an empty shotgun cartridge was found.
- 250 new jobs were announced for Dublin.
- Ireland appeared on the front page of The New York Times.
- The weekend is going to be lovely and warm.
#FRANCE: A state of emergency will remain in place until the so-called Islamic State group is defeated, the French PM said. [BBC News]
#GREECE: At least 42 migrants died after two boats capsized.
#NORTH KOREA: A US student was arrested over what authorities described as a “hostile act”.
#SOMALIA: At least 19 people died after gunmen attacked a seaside resort.
#TUNISIA: A curfew was imposed after days of unrest. [Al Jazerra]
#UNITED STATES: The east coast was braced for the worst snow storm in decades.
- Virtual reality is taking porn ‘to the next level’.
- Here’s a rather gloomy reason as to why we haven’t heard from aliens yet. [ScienceDaily]
- These drones set a new weightlifting record. [Geek]
So, eh, Ice Cube and Kevin Hart rode around Dublin this morning on a Pedibus.
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