NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- The latest poll has shown Fine Gael make gains while Sinn Féin see a dip.
- Thousands of people have taken to the street as part of the Right2Change rally in Dublin.
- A separate opinion poll that will be released tomorrow is set to show Labour on only 4% support.
- Gardaí are receiving FBI training on how to combat online child abuse.
- Labour candidate Ged Nash has responded to claims from his running mate Mary Moran that sexism exists within the party.
- Masked men in Belfast have smashed up a house with a toddler inside in Belfast.
- A man with 166 previous convictions has been given a “chance to deliver” on a promise to reform his behaviour.
- A man who pleaded guilty to drugs crimes has said that seized money he was caught with had come from football bets.
- The Canadian ambassador to Ireland Kevin Vickers has talked about his experience of stopping a terrorist attacking the Canadian parliament.
#UNITED STATES: The longest serving solitary confinement prisoner in US history has been released.
#UNITED KINGDOM: The country has announced the date that it will decide whether or not to leave the European Union.
#FRANCE: As many as 1,000 migrants have been told to leave the Jungle refugee camp in Calais.
- An Oregon man who stole explicit images of celebrities has pleaded guilty to a felony hacking charge in the United States. [The Guardian]
- Ever miss playing the game snake? Well Corsair have developed a mechanical keyboard that allows you to play snake on it, rather than with it. [Geek.com]
You know the way they say anything can happen on live television? Well, earlier today a TV presenter on ITV’s Good Morning Britain appeared to rip an extremely valuable comic book poster. All was not how it seemed however…