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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 23 April, 2014

Yesterday’s News

IMO members want a review into former CEO’s €10m pension pot IMO

IMO members want a review into former CEO’s €10m pension pot

A planned review of governance structures in the organisation was shelved last year.

US policy change could shield Irish immigrants from deportation

If adopted it could limit removals of people who have little or no criminal record but have committed repeat immigration violations.

Young Cork teacher (25) killed in Alps hiking accident

Eoin Deasy died while hiking an Alpine route on Thursday. His body was located the following day by a mountain rescue team.

From The Score Ryan Giggs named interim manager after Man United sack Moyes Next In Ryan

Ryan Giggs named interim manager after Man United sack Moyes

“The club will make no further comment on this process until it is concluded.”

From Business ETC Looking for a place to store your bitcoins safely? Two Irish companies are offering just that Cold Storage

Looking for a place to store your bitcoins safely? Two Irish companies are offering just that

Both BitVendo and Merrion Vaults are allowing bitcoin owners to store the crypto-currency through cold storage, a service which stores them offline and protects them from security breaches.

Police investigating ‘hate crime’ after loyalist flags and banners damaged

Loyalists have been protesting at Twaddell Avenue since last July over a decision to limit an Orange Order parade.

Automated cameras to catch drivers running red lights at Luas lines

The system has been trialled over the past couple of years.

‘Volunteering spirit’ of primary school teachers needs to be praised, says Cody

He said teachers should not be concerned about setbacks as they are “inevitable parts of life”.

Defendant shot mid-trial after attempting to attack witness with pen

Siale Angilau was facing charges of racketeering.

Institute of Technology lecturers ‘far from convinced’ about university move

More than half of lecturers believe their institute should not merge.

School students could start late or finish early instead of going to religion classes

Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn also said he was disappointed in the lack of “genuinely inclusive schools”.

Poll: Should children be allowed to go home early to avoid religion class? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should children be allowed to go home early to avoid religion class?

Reforms expected to be announced later today could make it easier for children to opt-out.

From Business ETC Netflix considers raising prices for new customers after strong start to the year Streaming

Netflix considers raising prices for new customers after strong start to the year

The increase for new customers, expected to take place sometime before July, will help Netflix invest more in original internet programming similar to its hit political drama, House of Cards.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Good morning! Here’s everything you need to know as you head back to work after the Bank Holiday.

Missing Dublin man Seán Cunningham found safe and well

Gardaí said the missing man as some bruising to the right hand side of his face and forehead and cuts to his hands from a recent fall.

Gardaí search for pair who attacked a woman as they stole her car in broad daylight

The hijacking pair assaulted the woman outside her apartment in Dublin 4. Her car has since been found by gardaí.

Going, going, gone: Criminal Assets Bureau sells Rolex on eBay for €8,200

The last watch the CAB sold on the auction website went for €7,000.

From The Score David Moyes sacked by Manchester United Going Going Gone

David Moyes sacked by Manchester United

The former Everton boss lasted less than year in charge.

Unconfirmed photos released show Russian forces in eastern Ukraine

The images, provided by Ukrainian diplomats, have yet to be verified.

104 dead in South Korea ferry disaster, 200 still missing

It was reported that the ferry had turned sharply before it sank, but now experts say the data is incomplete.

Man charged with murder of two-year-old girl in Scotland

Madison Horne was pronounced dead after being taken to hospital on Sunday evening.

Warning that North Korea could be carrying out a new nuclear test

If the country goes ahead with the test, it could be a ‘game changer’, South Korea’s foreign minister has warned

From The Score Habana getting set to make up for lost time in Toulon shirt Heineken Cup

Habana getting set to make up for lost time in Toulon shirt

But first, he’s hoping to be part of ‘a long day at the office’ against Munster.

Column: They say time heals, but we’re still learning to live with Conor’s sudden death

The world changed forever for our family on 25 July 2006. Our son Conor, who was young and fit, died from sudden cardiac death.

Over 232,000 children in Ireland are living in poverty

A review of Ireland’s economy also pointed out that the poorest ten per cent of the population had been hit hardest and said this has been “more or less ignored”.

Police dog bites two people during Belfast train station incident

The PSNI made a number of arrests over disorder in two parts of Belfast and at its Central Train Station.

From Business ETC Apple will now recycle your old iPods and iPhones for free Environment

Apple will now recycle your old iPods and iPhones for free

The scheme has been launched to coincide with Earth Day – which is today.

Ireland has 9,615 methadone users but care plans needed to get them drug-free

The HSE said that 500 people were on methadone for more than 10 years.

349 US planes with war munitions allowed to land at Shannon. Zero were refused

However, thirteen overflights were refused due to the nature of their cargo.

There are ‘no plans’ to change upward-only rent reviews

Alan Shatter says any law may not pass a constitutional challenge.

Monday 21 April, 2014

Irish families discover their past in hidden New York cemetery

There are many Irish among the one million buried souls in the forbidden island cemetery near the Bronx.

Two men rescued from Lough Derg

The father and son team got into difficulty this afternoon while kayaking.

From The Score VIDEO: 45-yard Forrester wondergoal helps Saints power past Drogheda Match Report

VIDEO: 45-yard Forrester wondergoal helps Saints power past Drogheda

St Patrick’s Athletic ran out comfortable 4 – 0 winners in Louth this afternoon.

From The Daily Edge 17 primary school uniform memories to bring you right back Jumpers For Goalposts

17 primary school uniform memories to bring you right back

Remember the joy of no uniform day?

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about a death on the roads, a carjacking in Dublin 4 and the funeral of Peaches Geldof.

Teenager dies and another seriously injured in stolen car collision

An 18-year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene.

Newstalk lodges complaint over RTÉ’s refusal to run ad

RTÉ has claimed that it has guidelines for accepting advertisements from other broadcasters but it has yet to publish them.

President’s most senior aide to leave Áras an Uachtaráin

Adrian O’Neill is taking up a role at the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Here’s how many houses Nama has handed over for social housing 518

Here’s how many houses Nama has handed over for social housing

Spoiler: It’s just 11 per cent of the available stock.

Bribery claims ‘a coordinated campaign to damage Bus Éireann’s reputation’

It added that sworn affidavits received last week have been passed on to gardaí.