NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
- Seamus Daly has been charged with murder over the Omagh bombing.
- Industrial action could be on the cards at Irish Rail.
- Alan Shatter is snubbing the annual conference of high-ranking gardaí.
- The most economically depressed town in Ireland is…
- Thousands of people were jailed last year for not paying a fine.
- The Anglo jury has been sent home for the weekend [RTE]
- Eircom is considering another listing on the stock market.
- Carcinogenic material may have been released at a plant in Portlaoise.
- Texting while driving is now completely banned.
- Michael D Higgins is home after the State Visit and everything is great.
Source: AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino
#APOLOGY: Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness for child sexual abuse by priests – the first time he has made such an apology since being elected last year.
#NOT HAPPY: Dropbox has been strongly criticised by some of its users after the file-storing website appointed Condoleezza Rice to its board.
- Google is to let ANYONE buy Google Glass, its internet-connected eyewear. Except it’s only for one day. And only if you live in the US. And it costs $1,500…
- Tech companies are liars and we should stop believing their figures – at least, according to Quartz.
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, survivors, runners, and people who responded to the emergency returned to the finish line with their messages about how they’ve changed and what they think about what happened. These portraits, in which people show their scars, is both brave and poignant. [Dearworld.me]
Originally published 8.59pm