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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 17 October, 2019

Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday

Everyone’s talking about a problem in the SME sector, the debris found from Malaysia Airlines flight and the Great White shark on the way to Ireland.


Economist Morgan Kelly giving his lecture in UCD this week. (YouTube/UCD – University College Dublin)



imageHugh Dunleavy, commercial director of Malaysia Airlines, speaks to the journalists at a hotel where relatives or friends of passengers aboard the missing airplane stay, in Beijing, China today. (Press Association Images)

#MALAYSIA AIRLINES: Possible debris from vanished Malaysia Airlines flight has been found in the sea off Vietnam.

#UKRAINE: Russian President Vladimir Putin said he wants to find a “diplomatic solution” to the crisis in Ukraine in a telephone call with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

#NORTH KOREA: It was election day in North Korea today, but voters were simply required to mark “Yes” next to the name on the ballot sheet.


  • What do men and women want in a new phone? The same thing it seems. [Mashable]
  • Wearable tech is something Google is preparing to launch a software development kit on later this month. [The Guardian]


Evelyn Cusack had good news today as it looks like there will be dry and settled weather for the coming weeks, according to Met Éireann.


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