● Three men arrested in connection with burglaries in Skerries Three men have been charged in relation to a burglary and an attempted burglary in Skerries, Co Dublin on Wednesday.
● Judge confirms examinership for parent company of Compu b A High Court judge has confirmed examinership for the Irish-headquartered parent of Compu b, a reseller of Apple premium computer products, and three related companies...
● Investigation into detective garda's murder progressing 'at rapid speed' The investigation into the murder of Detective Garda Colm Horkan is progressing at "rapid speed", a court has been told today.
● Minister defends decision to reopen gates at Phoenix Park Minister of State at the Office of Public Works Patrick O’Donovan has defended the decision to reopen gates at the Phoenix Park which had closed during the pandemic.
● Accounts sexualising images of girls in school uniform suspended by Twitter after highlighted by Irish Examiner Almost 20 more accounts sexualising images of girls and teenagers in school uniform were suspended by Twitter...
● Venice puts inflatable flood barriers to the test Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte pressed a button to pump air into the bright yellow barriers.
● Trinity gets record application numbers following success of Normal People The college featured prominently in the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's bestselling novel.
● Mikel Arteta says world-class Jose Mourinho will bring success to Tottenham Tottenham and Arsenal go head to head on Sunday.
● Ireland name fit-again Mark Adair in training squad ahead of England ODI series Adair made his Test and ODI debuts against England last year.
● Department of Education does not want students to continue with 'blended learning' longterm While the department is developing contingency plans in case schools may have to close again due to the virus, its main priority is to ...
● Donald Trump to take re-election campaign back on road The US president is trailing Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the polls.
● Manchester City given difficult path to Champions League final Pep Guardiola’s side could end up facing Juventus and either Barcelona or Bayern Munich if they can see off Real Madrid in the last 16.
● Irish Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme temporarily suspended in Covid-19 measure The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, has announced a temporary suspension of the Irish Short Stay Visa Waiver Programme (SSVWP).
● Govt should put pressure on assembly for all-island approach, says Dr Scally Public health expert Dr Gabriel Scally has warned that there isn’t time for information campaigns on the dangers of the spread of Covid-19.
● Clarity needed on delayed national children's hospital project, Sinn Féin says Construction yet to resume at the €1.7 billion project after the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions seven weeks ago
● Water breaks in and dugouts discouraged as GAA introduce new Covid regulations for matches Club panels permitted within pitch enclosures are to be limited to 24 players, the use of dugouts is to be discouraged and substitutes...
● Data Protection Commission satisfied there are no issues with Covid tracker app Over 1 million people have downloaded the app since it went live on Tuesday.
● Water breaks in and dugouts discouraged as GAA introduce new coronavirus regulations for matches Club panels permitted within pitch enclosures are to be limited to 24 players, the use of dugouts is to be discouraged and...
● Manu Tuilagi and Noel Reid among five players to leave Leicester Greg Bateman, Kyle Eastmond, and Telusa Veainu have also departed.
● Jose Mourinho fumes after Tottenham denied penalty in Bournemouth draw VAR official Michael Oliver was in the firing line once again.
● New government will not negotiate FAI deal “There is still serious work to be done to restore our trust that the FAI is fit to receive public funds."
● A hat-trick of VAR controversies adds to list of Premier League gaffes this season There was more drama on Thursday night.
● Ferrari to toast 1,000th race at home in Mugello as 2020 F1 calendar is expanded The Mugello race will be the third instalment of another triple-header, following grands prix in Spa and Monza.
● Ireland should ban supermarket offers on junk food, HSE says Donal O'Shea, the clinical lead for obesity at the HSE, said now is a good time for a reset moment in unhealthy eating.