Heres What Happened Today Tuesday

first_imgNEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND X Factor finalist Lloyd Daniels dons the famous garment as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat returns for a Dublin run. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland Investigations into the ‘dismembered‘ body parts found in a Dublin recycling plant have not yet led to a cause of death being established. A crash in Fermoy left a 28-year-old man dead and a woman in her 70s fighting for her life.Working class children are still less likely to reach third-level education according to the ESRI. Property developer Michael O’Flynn says he can “immediately repay” €24.9 million of loans he owes to a US fund.The mother of a six-year-old boy killed after being knocked down wants speed limits changed.The Government is to establish a working group to review the Direct Provision system.The head of business group DublinTown says that the majority of begging in Dublin city centre is “organised”.A garda was injured after a suspected stolen car crashed into a Dublin Bus on College Street.A comic depicting Irish nurses in Australia has sparked outrage online.INTERNATIONAL Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images#ROBIN WILLIAMS: Fans worldwide and colleagues have been mourning the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams.#ROBIN WILLIAMS: The 63-year-old’s death has been preliminarily ruled as a suicide.#EBOLA: An elderly Spanish priest infected with the Ebola virus has died. Miguel Pajares had been treated in Spain with an experimental serum.INNOVATIONSix major companies including Google are joining forces to build a superfast internet cable under the Pacific Ocean.Diversity data in tech companies has caused controversy recently, Apple is no different. [WSJ Tech]PARTING SHOTcenter_img Source: doublezwynne/YouTubeToday’s parting shot could only really feature one man. Here he is with Ireland’s/Zog’s Zig and Zag. Enjoy.last_img read more