NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…
The scene of the incident in Ranelagh in the early hours of this morning after a stolen van ploughed into a number of cars, injuring three (Image: Matthew Herbert).
- Alan Shatter said confidential recipient Oliver Connolly was sacked because he did not deny making controversial comments to a garda whistleblower.
- A new poll found 59 per cent of people think you’re not homophobic if you’re against gay marriage.
- A man who sustained serious head injuries was found in Dublin.
- Two people were charged after a high-speed chase last night in a stolen Eircom van.
- Visitor restrictions at a Cork hospital were extended over a flu outbreak, with one case of swine flu confirmed.
- A 23-year-old man was charged in connection with the murder of Christy Daly.
- Noonan said his office has been swept for bugging equipment.
- A new report found that one of Eirgrid‘s plans could destabilise our electrical network.
- Graham Norton said RTÉ’s payout after the Panti interview was ‘moronic’.
- A tobacco company unveiled this scary-looking anti plain-pack website.
- Red FM confirmed Neil Prendeville will be starting his new show at the end of March.
View on Independence Square, the epicenter of the country’s current unrest, Kiev, Ukraine (Image: Efrem Lukatsky/AP/PA).
#UNITED STATES: The Department of Homeland Security urged airlines to pay extra attention to flights from overseas, warning of a possible show bomb threat.
- How often do we swear on Twitter? Quite often, actually.
- Volvo wants to deliver all your shopping directly to your car…
- We just love this video. This brilliant device allows fish to explore the world around them. Adorable.
Canadian curling team coach Paul Webster has explained how infrared cameras are being used to help athletes in the sport perfect their game and go for gold.
(The Globe and Mail/YouTube)
First published 21:00