NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
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- Angela Kerins has told PAC she won’t turn up for questioning.
- The Anglo trial is winding up with its closing arguments.
- President Higgins has had a busy day on his State visit to Britain.
- John Joe Nevin has thanked fans for their support as he leaves hospital.
- AIB’s home repossessions tripled last year.
- The Supreme Court ruled in favour of a Seanad committee against Ivor Callely.
- Enda Kenny would like the Queen to attend 1916 Rising commemorations.
- Police have been given more time to question a man about Omagh.
- Two people died in a lorry cash in Tipperary.
- CAB is selling this fancy Rolex watch on eBay.
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RIP: A post mortem on the death of 25-year-old Peaches Geldof was inconclusive, police have confirmed.
#ON TRIAL: During a heated day of cross-examination, Oscar Pistorius has repeatedly claimed that he made a mistake when he shot and killed his girlfriend.
#AMNESIA: Police in Norway are trying to identify a man apparently suffering from amnesia who does not know his name or where he came from.
- Land Rover is planning a transparent bonnet which would give drivers a view of the road that’s usually obscured by the hood.
- Facebook is implementing a privacy check-up for users who haven’t changed their settings. Useful. [Guardian]
Brooklyn artist Ariana Page Russell was born with an illness that makes her skin red and swollen when it’s touched (or when anything happens to it at all, really). At first ashamed by it, she instead decided to begin taking photographs of her own skin, creating an artwork of her own body, and inspiring other people with the same condition to do likewise – and there’s something weirdly compelling about the ensuing pictures. [The Atlantic]
Originally published 9.01pm