NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- Gardaí are seeking the public’s help in tracing the whereabouts of Martin Heffernan, who was last seen in Dublin on Friday.
- Police in Armagh have said it’s lucky no one was injured after a device exploded on Cathedral Road earlier today.
- David Drumm is due back in Dublin tomorrow morning to face 33 charges relating to Anglo Irish Bank, RTÉ reports.
- Fianna Fáil’s proposal to scrap Irish Water and replace it with a new system includes a €9.1 million voluntary redundancy package for workers.
- There was anger after the Sunday Business Post reported that over 200 families face eviction from Dublin estate due to a deal between Goldman Sachs and indebted property developer Twinlite.
- Outgoing Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe has described a plan by Luas operator Transdev to hire private buses during a Luas strike on St Patrick’s Day as an “exceptional fallback measure”.
- The RNLI had a busy day – rescuing walkers and fishermen who got into difficulty.
- Tributes poured in for musician Conor Walsh following his sudden death.
- A copy of the Irish Proclamation sold at auction for €185,000.
- There was one winner of last night’s Lotto jackpot, worth over €2.5 million.
#TURKEY: At least 27 people were killed and 75 more injured by a car bomb in Ankara.
#IVORY COAST: At least 16 people were killed in a mass shooting in Ivory Coast.
#FRANCE: A French probe into the March 2015 crash of a Germanwings plane has recommended that world aviation bodies draw up new rules requiring medical workers to warn authorities when a pilot’s mental health could threaten public safety.
#GERMANY: Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party is braced for a backlash at key state polls today over the German leader’s liberal refugee policy.
- The start-up that wants to kill email is about to be worth €3.5 billion.
- Your iPhone has a hidden emoticon keyboard that you can access.
Sometimes fortune cookies’ predictions don’t exactly ring true to your actual life.
With this in mind, DailyEdge.ie has imagined what it would be like if the cookies were Irish.
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