NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.
- The Fine Gael party is to support Michael D Higgins in his bid for a second term as President of Ireland.
- Gsoc has launched an inquiry after a fully-loaded garda submachine gun was found in Dublin city centre.
- Ryanair management and the Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) have failed to make an agreement in talks today, meaning the planned strike tomorrow is set to go ahead.
- Ambulances were called to Dublin Airport after Aer Lingus crew became ill on a flight.
- A man who claimed he was illegally adopted and his birth mother have settled their High Court action against a Catholic adoption agency and the State.
- Shots were fired at police officers in Derry as violence flared up before the Orange marches.
- A woman has been awarded €32,200 after being deemed to have been unfairly dismissed by her employer – her own family’s jewellery company.
- Meghan and Harry have been hitting the tourist trail in Dublin today.
#THAILAND: The first photos have emerged of the Thai cave rescue boys in hospital.
#GERMANY: The only surviving member of a German neo-Nazi cell behind a shocking series of racist murders has been sentenced to life in prison.
Here’s a stunning photo of the sunset over Woodquay in Galway to calm any nerves after that World Cup semi-final.
(Photo by Hazel Bradley)