NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- A post-mortem is due on the 11-month-old baby who died after an incident in Killarney.
- Adrian Hardiman, one of Ireland’s best-known judges, died suddenly.
- Paul Murphy TD was remanded on bail on charges relating to the Jobstown protest involving Tánaiste Joan Burton.
- A man arrested over the fatal assault of another man in Harold’s Cross in Dublin was released without charge.
- Luas drivers have reduced their pay claim significantly as strike talks continue.
- Shane Ross has defended calling Taoiseach Enda Kenny ‘a political corpse’.
- A man plead guilty to raping a mother and her daughter.
- Google announced the winner of its Easter Rising centenary ‘Google Doodle’.
- Closure orders were served on six food businesses last month, including two Dublin burrito bars.
#NO DEAL: There was no agreement at a Brussels summit on the migrant crisis with Angela Merkel ruling out closing the ‘Balkan route’ from Syria.
#45 DEAD: At least 28 jihadists, 10 members of the security forces and seven civilians were killed today in fighting in Tunisia.
#DRUG TEST: The world’s highest paid female athlete Maria Sharapova has admitted that she failed a drug test at this year’s Australian Open.
#DRONE STRIKE: The Pentagon has claimed to have killed 150 al-Sheebab fighters with a drone strike in Somalia over the weekend.
#FEEL THE BERN: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders each landed some heavy debate blows as the race for the nomination entered a crucial phase.
- Ever wonder what reading looks like when you have dyslexia? A new web code can show you.
- The first example of ransomware that specifically targets Apple Mac computers has been discovered.
Sometimes focusing on your smartphone at the expense of your surroundings can be dangerous. When you’re at a baseball game for example.
These two photo frames show the moment a boy distracted by his phone was saved from a flying baseball bat by a quick thinking fan. Eyes up people!