NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.
IMF official Peter Breuer, left, Mission Chief for Ireland Craig Beaumont, centre, and other Troika officials were back in Dublin today (Image: Mark Stedman).
- The Troika were back in town for their final review visit.
- Seán Quinn Junior is to sell his home to purge his contempt of High Court orders. [RTÉ]
- Labour councillor Sean O’Grady resigned from the party.
- The key to the Seán O’Casey Bridge is lost and no one can open it.
- A six-month-old baby was found dead at a house in Dublin.
- An aircraft crash in Offaly that killed two men was caused by a lack of fuel in the tank.
- New driving licence rules came into effect.
- A man arrived in Dublin Airport with 0.5 kg of cocaine in his stomach.
- FÁS is no more… so say hello to Solas.
- Stormont was evacuated after the discovery of a suspicious device.
Unites States intelligence officials testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington today (Image: Susan Walsh/AP/PA).
#LONDON: Another two men were arrested for sexual offences in the investigation into allegations of child sexual assault by Jimmy Savile.
- A new version of Google Glass will be compatible with prescription glasses. [arstechnica]
- Netflix is toying with the idea of streaming movies online on the same day they’re in cinemas. [All Things D]
First published 21:00.