EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the nine stories you need to know with your morning coffee.
1. #CHARGED: A man will appear in court this morning charged with the death of a man found stabbed in a derelict pub in Dublin on Wednesday night.
2. #ON THE RUNS: Peter Robinson won’t be resigning as First Minister of Northern Ireland after David Cameron announced that a judge will review letters given to IRA suspects.
3. #CRIMEA: Armed men are patrolling one of Ukraine’s main airports as the country’s interior minister has accused Russian forces of staging an “armed invasion” in Crimea.
4. #REPAIR: Clare County Council says it will be given over €16 million by the Department of the Environment to undertake infrastructural repair works.
5. #SEAN DUNNE: A US company owned by the wife and son of bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne plans to spend up to €9 million constructing a new building in New York City’s SoHo district according to The Irish Times.
6. #RUBBISH: About 44,000 customers in Dublin City will see their waste collection day change as a after new bye-laws introduced to combat illegal dumping.
7. STOLEN: A priest has been arrested by gardaí investigating the theft of more than €500,000 from his religious order according to the Irish Daily Mail.
8. #OPERATION RICO: The BBC reports that criminal gangs who trick people into investing in worthless shares have been targeted by police in the biggest ever international crackdown on the fraud.
9. #STIRRING: To whet their members appetite ahead of the party’s Ard Fheis this weekend, Fine Gael has released a video which features what’s believed to be the first ever video/voice recording of WT Cosgrave from November 1930.