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Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Suicide charity Console, property prices and missing woman Karen Scott found alive and well…

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


29/2016. Launch of a sound art instal The new 'Voices of Memory' sound art installation being revealed at the Irish National War Memorial Gardens earlier today Source: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

  • Missing Dublin woman Karen Scott has been found safe and well after a search by more than 100 volunteers. 
  • Supporters of suicide charity Console have expressed shock at revelations that founder Paul Kelly and his family members spent money on personal expenses. 
  • Property prices are up almost 7% compared to a year ago. 
  • An interim examiner has been appointed to well-known Dublin restaurant Dobbins. 
  • A pregnant teenager has been jailed after ‘stamping and kicking a man’s head 15 times’. 
  • The government has handpicked a group of ‘water experts’ to figures out what to do next with Irish Water. 
  • Radio presenter Ray Foley is set to return to Cork’s Red FM six months after leaving 98FM to concentrate on his television work. 
  • Dublin City Council has backed a call for new Luas trams to be automated. 


Turkey Airport Blasts Family members and friends attend the funeral prayer for Gulsen Bahadir, 28, a flight attendant killed yesterday in the blasts at Ataturk airport Source: Emrah Gurel/PA Wire

#CORBYN: Departing UK PM David Cameron has urged Jeremy Corbyn to stand down as Labour leader. 

#DONALD TRUMP: The controversial presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has compared a trade deal to rape. 



It’ll be an event to draw crowds similar to those seen when Pope John Paul II dropped by Phoenix Park back in 1979. Dawson Street restaurant Featherblade will dishing out these free burgers on Friday between 12pm and 3pm. [Daily Edge]

featherblade Source: Featherblade

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