Heres What Happened Today Friday

first_img By Sean Murray Friday 10 Mar 2017, 11:00 PM Our favourite live TV moment of the week by far 👶😂— BBC Newsbeat (@BBCNewsbeat) March 10, 2017 12,218 Views Mar 10th 2017, 11:00 PM 2 Comments Source: BBC Newsbeat/Twittercenter_img Here’s What Happened Today: Friday Gardaí appeal for info on jogger killed in hit-and-run, and a Credit Union fined €125k were some of the main stories today. NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND One student surveying the Running Man, part of the Real Bodies exhibition that opened today at the Ambassador Theatre in Dublin Source: Leon Farrell/Photocall IrelandGardaí are anxious to contact witnesses who may have information about an incident where a jogger was killed in a hit-and-run incident.Drimnagh Credit Union was fined €125k for ‘unacceptable risk’ of money laundering.Independent Alliance TD John Halligan said that gardaí should interview the surviving Bon Secours nuns over Tuam burial site.Tributes were paid to an elderly man who was killed in a Donegal house fire.Fáilte Ireland is shutting down its tourist information office in Dublin Airport, and one Fianna Fáil TD said it was a “senseless” thing to do.Accused of murdering Anne Shortall, a court today heard how Roy Webster ’broke down and told gardaí he beat her to death with a hammer‘.Comreg is going to investigate Three mobile over roaming charges.Ireland’s entry for this year’s Eurovision was unveiled.Jack Nealon’s pub in Dublin is set to close after over 100 years.A hip hop trio won the best album in Ireland last year.The Anti-Austerity Alliance is no more. Now it’s rebranded as Solidarity.INTERNATIONAL German police at the scene of the attack in Dusseldorf train station, which took place last night. Source: David Young/DPA/PA Image#TWEETING: A food blogger was awarded £24,000 in a defamation case against controversial columnist Katie Hopkins.#FUGITIVE: A German teenager who bragged about the murder of a child was arrested as police find a second body related to the case.#TRAVEL BAN: Donald Trump’s latest bid to restrict travel for people from certain countries to the US has faced a series of court challenges.PARTING SHOTWhen Professor Robert E Kelly agreed to appear on BBC News to talk about the current political situation in South Korea, he probably didn’t expect the whole world to be talking about it a couple of hours later.Kelly’s children burst into the room that he was conducting this very serious chat in, and an internet sensation was born. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Get our daily news round up: Short URL Share Tweet Email last_img read more