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first_img Share11 Tweet Email Source: An Garda Síochána/Twitter NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Colm Reddy stands outside Government Buildings in support of whistleblowers today. Source: Rollingnews.ieIn an explosive day in the Dáil, the Taoiseach confirmed there will be a public Tribunal into the alleged smear campaign against Maurice McCabe.Enda Kenny also appeared to perform a u-turn on what he’d previously said regarding his meetings with Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone.Another garda whistleblower issued a statement saying a Tusla investigation was also opened in his case.The former head of the garda press office said he was “delighted” to get back to work after a 22-month suspension.Striking Tesco workers said they were in it for “as long as it takes“.Shane Ross has got Cabinet approval to introduce an automatic ban on drivers caught drink driving in Ireland.The trial of Ibrahim Halawa was delayed for a 19th time.The news emerged that an Irish rugby fan was arrested in Italy after ‘trying to grab soldier’s machine gun’ last Friday.Bitter divisions persisted in the dispute over a border change between Waterford and Kilkenny.INTERNATIONAL Tuesday 14 Feb 2017, 9:00 PM 5 Comments Feb 14th 2017, 9:00 PM By Sean Murray Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 11,448 Views Zoe Kapica, 4, from London, looks at a heart shaped balloon tied to a cannon on the historic city walls of Derry Source: Brian Lawless PA Wire/PA Images#LUXEMBOURG: At least one person died and many were injured after trains collided in Luxembourg.#MANCHESTER: A man attended a job interview for Manchester Police smelling of alcohol and got arrested for drink driving. He did not get the job.#KIM JONG-UN: The half-brother of the leader of North Korea was assassinated in Malaysia.#IN THE NIP: After less than a year away, Playboy magazine announced plans to bring back pictures of naked women.PARTING SHOTA bit of good news to brighten up this February day, as An Garda Síochána tweeted this story of a bus driver stopping to help a stranded biker who’d broken down on the N2 last night. bringing him to a safer location. There are good people out there.! 🙂 pic.twitter.com/FkFmcnBjWo— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) February 14, 2017 Get our daily news round up: Short URL Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday A public inquiry for McCabe, mayhem in the Dáil, and no end in sight for the Tesco strike. http://jrnl.ie/3240026 last_img read more