EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five stories you need to know before you clock off for the day.
1. #PHOENIX PARK One man has appeared in court in connection with a stabbing incident at the Swedish House Mafia concert at the Phoenix Park on Saturday. Twenty-two-year-old Raymond Donnan from Clondalkin is charged with five offences. The band has issued a statement today about the incidents over the weekend. A 19-year-old Cork woman is missing after the same concert on Saturday night. Aoife Finan from Cobh was last seen at around 11pm on Saturday night.
2. ##EVACUATED Tenants from The Laurels apartment block in Dundrum have been moved to temporary accommodation after it emerged that some parts of the building are not in compliance with fire regulations.
3. #THALIDOMIDE Members of the Irish Thalidomide Association have taken individual legal actions against the State today. They say the government ‘weasled out’ of commitments and state that there are legal problems with a compensation arrangement reached in 1975.
4. #RUSSIA Russia is marking a day of mourning today after 171 people died in a flooding disaster in the Krasnodar region. The Russian government has said that people were not given adequate warning before the flash floods struck.
5. #POZNAN Finally, is Poznan cheating on the Irish fans with the Croatian supporters? Check out the love triangle here.