Heres What Happened Today Friday

first_imgThe wreckage of a helicopter in Norfolk where four people were killed including, Dr Edward Haughey. (PA Image)WORLD#NEW YORK: An eighth body was recovered from the Manhattan apartment buildings destroyed in a gas explosion.#MALAYSIAN AIRLINES: The US Navy sent in another ship to search for the missing liner.#CRIMEA: Last-ditch talks between US and Russia on Crimea ended in failure.INNOVATIONFor the first time ever galaxy watchers may have a front-row look at a massive black hole consuming a gas cloud. [Wired.com]The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has unveiled a robot fish that it claims can change direction almost as fast as the real thing. [MIT]PARTING SHOTHere’s what Glenn Ford did after he was released from prison this week after serving 26 years for a murder he did not commit. [The Atlantic]Originally published 9pmHere’s What Happened Yesterday> Updated 23.12pmNEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…Aer Lingus plane takes off at Dublin Airport. (PA Image)IRELANDTributes have been paid to Northern Ireland’s richest man who died in a helicopter crash.Aer Lingus is suing SIPTU over the union’s threatened strike.More creches are under investigation by the HSE.Staff at a Cork hospital say they’re concerned about a woman who left without being formally discharged.The family of Mark Casey who went missing a week ago have appealed for any information which might reveal what happened to him.Enda Kenny gave his annual St. Patrick’s Day message.It could be the end of one and two cent coins following a trial scheme in Wexford.The CEO of the Quinn packaging plant that was set on fire last night said employees were in building at the time.Nearly 4,000 Canadian visas were snapped up by Irish people in ten minutes.Dublin off licences have been urged not to sell booze before 4pm on Paddy’s Day.last_img read more