Catch-up with all the news that happened while you were sleeping:
Germanwings co-pilot deliberately crashed A320 airbus; UCC graduate lands dream job; O'Driscoll brothers ready for Cork clash with Mayo; Nasa robot ship to pluck a large boulder off an asteroid, Taxpayers foot €1m bill for Longboat Quay; Conor McGregor gives Dana White a geography lesson
The French Alps plane disaster took a dramatic turn after black box recordings pointed to the co-pilot deliberately crashing the Airbus A320 into the mountains.
Clare man Mark Griffin is hoping to reach dizzy new heights in the film or theatre industries after securing €50,000 in Budweiser’s Dream Job competition.
Three out of four teenage girls who died by suicide were known to child protection services and had been on lengthy waiting lists for psychology services, it emerged yesterday.
Allianz Football League leaders Cork have included all three O’Driscoll brothers for Sunday’s table-topping clash with Mayo.
One of Mia Hamm's favourite sayings was “You can’t just beat a team. You have to leave a lasting impression in their minds so they never want to see you again”. That neatly sums up the effect Henry Shefflin had on various opponents in his intercounty hurling career. He was a colossus.
The Germanwings airline said it is stunned and “utterly baffled” as to why one of its pilots deliberately crashed a plane into the Alps killing himself and 149 other people.
A Nasa robot ship will pluck a large boulder off an asteroid and sling it around the moon, becoming an ad hoc destination to prepare for future human missions to Mars, the US space agency said.
Taxpayers have paid out €1m to cover the initial cost of ensuring the safety of residents in the Longboat Quay apartment block which was found to be a firetrap last year, the Public Accounts Committee heard yesterday.
Greece failed yesterday to secure a quick cash payment from the eurozone rescue fund to help stave off potential bankruptcy next month, raising pressure on Athens to deliver a convincing reform programme within days.
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