Heres What Happened Today Friday

first_imgPARTING SHOTYesterday the European Space Agency released this video of a Mars 3D flyover. Take a tour of the Red Planet…(Video: ITN/YouTube)First published 21:00.Here’s What Happened Yesterday> Updated 22:58NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.A small bonfire smolders near by one of the Tom Kelly Flats in Dublin this morning, after a fire which broke out after stored pallets were set alight ahead of Halloween (Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland).IRISH Water restrictions in Dublin will now be in place until at least Thursday.A human body part was found in Meath.Former solicitor Thomas Byrne told a court he was intimidated by a former client. [RTÉ]Direct Democracy’s Ben Gilroy appeared in court over alleged trespassing.Trinity College students voted to keep Tom Lenihan as union president.Gardaí are appealing for information about missing teen Starr Carew and 66-year-old Stacia Purcell.A Donegal-based garda has been found guilty of harassing two female colleagues and sexually assaulting one of them. [RTÉ]Ulster Bank is here to stay and it’s putting €10 billion of high-risk or non performing assets into a ‘bad bank’.The HSE’s National Office for Suicide Prevention underspent its budget by almost €2 million last year. [INM]Smoking has been banned in all areas of Dublin maternity hospitals.Dublin Fire Brigade had a tough night last night dealing with Halloween trouble.Lorries higher than 4.65 metres are no longer allowed on Irish roads.WORLD#LOS ANGELES: A TSA officer was killed in a shooting at LAX with a number of people also injured.#PAKISTAN: The Taliban in Pakistan has said its leafer, Hakimullah Mehsud was killed in a drone strike. [BBC]#SPYING: Papers from Edward Snowden have revealed close cooperation between Britain, Germany, France, Spain and Sweden in internet and phone surveillance. [The Guardian]#BRITAIN: BBC Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini has been arrested on suspicion of historical sexual offences.INNOVATIONOne of the founders of Hailo said the company’s future is in self-driving cabs. [The Guardian]This app will take perfect panoramic photos without you having to move your phone at all. [Business Insider]The entire tech world is surprised at how good North Korea‘s Android-based tablet actually is. [The Verge]last_img