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Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

More troubles with bin charges, 11kg of cocaine and the Console scandal rumbles on…

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


Tayto Park is delighted to Fossetts performers at Tayto Park earlier this evening Source: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland


EU referendum A supporter holding up a sign at a pro-EU rally in Trafalgar Square earlier this afternoon Source: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

#BREXIT: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has lost a motion of no confidence from his own MPs by 40 to 172. 

#ISTANBUL: There have been explosions and gunshots at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, officials have said.

#MANCHESTER: Police in the United Kingdom have arrested two men and a youth after a hate incident on a tram earlier this morning.


  • Microsoft has paid a woman $10,000 after forcing her to update to Windows 10 (the operating system caused her computer to slow down and crash regularly). 
  • Innovative new building blocks could help children learn how to code without sitting in front of a PC. 


It’s controversial, but our friends over at the Daily Edge have called it – black pudding beats out white. Do you agree? Go and vent your spleen in their comments section. [Daily Edge]

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