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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s been talking about the bad weather, Limerick City of Culture, and the death of Dale Creighton.

NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…

imageThis incredible photograph was taken by photographer George Karbus. It shows waves battering the seafront at Lahinch. Pic: George Karbus

IRELAND

  • Two more men were charged in relation to the death of Dale Creighton, while a further two were arrested.
  • The Government was called on to provide emergency funding to help in the storm clean-up.
  • The Doolin Coast Guard station was ruined by the recent storm weather – while the volunteers were out working.
  • The Limerick City of Culture board realise there are lessons to be learned, one of its members said. Meanwhile, its Facebook page was hacked.
  • A man aged 60 was tied up and locked in a bedroom by masked burglars in Co Down.
  • Unity on the left could have prevented the bank guarantee, SIPTU’s general president Jack O’Connor said.
  • More than 3,000 horses were seized over welfare concerns in 2013.
  • The Taoiseach and Jobs Minister began their ‘ambitious’ trade mission in the Gulf today.
  • The bad weather is set to continue – high tides and strong winds are expected into next week.

WORLD

imageFour homeless men warm themselves on a steam grate by the Federal Trade Commission, blocks from the Capitol, in Washington. Pic: AP

#INDIA At least 13 people died in a building collapse in the coastal village of Goa.

#SCHUMACHER Michael Schumacher is in a ‘critical but stable‘ condition in hospital.

#ANTARCTIC The Chinese ship sent to rescue people from another ship in the Antarctic is now stuck in ice itself.

#IRAQ The city of Fallujah fell to Al-Qaeda-linked militants, security sources said.

#RIP Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers died at the age of 74.

INNOVATION

PARTING SHOT

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Got any old 1986 calendars lying around the house? Well, you might be interested to know that the 2014 calendar dates are the exact same as 1986′s… if you’re the frugal type, you’ll enjoy this one. [Daily Mail]

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