NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
- A witness says gardaí cried on the phone to her about Ian Bailey.
- A man was critically injured in an attack in a Dublin apartment.
- Martin McGuinness says some won’t be happy over his meeting the Queen.
- The government has received a new report into symphysiotomy.
- A man has been released over an attack on John Joe Nevin.
- Two men appeared in court over a €1 million drugs haul.
- Gardaí appealed for witnesses after a man was killed in a Wexford crash.
- James Reilly is happy to take on St Vincent’s Hospital in court.
Source: AP Photo/Rob Griffith
#MH370: Ships are searching the area where a Chinese vessel looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has twice detected a pulse signal.
#WATER WATER EVERYWHERE: A half marathon in Sheffield was cancelled minutes before it was due to start due to a lack of water. Despite this, some 5,000 runners did the race anyway.
- Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP for good this Tuesday. If you’re one of the many people who still has it, here’s what you should do.
- One year before he died, Steve Jobs sent an email outlining Apple’s strategy for the future to the company’s 100 most senior employees. The mail was released this week as part of a lawsuit, and it makes for fascinating reading. [QZ]
It looks like something from a science fiction film but it’s actually from NASA.
This solar flare erupted at the sun’s surface on Wednesday afternoon, and NASA has now released this short video showing what it looked like. Gorgeous.
(Video: NASA Goddard/YouTube)