● Migrants stranded at sea as powerful storm batters Greece A powerful tropical-like storm named Ianos battered the western islands of Zakynthos, Kefalonia, and Ithaki.
● Culture night takes place this evening with hundreds of online and offline events They said we are committed to the health and safety of our participants and audience, and appreciate your understanding of this matter.
● Over 350 house enquiries made in Garda Horkan murder investigation Det. Garda Colm Horkan was murdered in Castlerea on June 17th
● Harvey Weinstein stripped of his CBE Weinstein was granted an honorary CBE in 2004
● Covid-19 in Ireland: Latest county-by-county data Dublin continues to have the highest incidence rate of coronavirus in the country.
● 'NPHET's reckless approach will collapse pub sector' - VFI They claim the future of the pub industry is at risk
● Dave Grohl joined Times Like These cover line-up at 11th hour, producer reveals Fraser T Smith said creating the charity single during lockdown had been a ‘daunting’ experience.
● Police seek voluntary interviews with Bobby Storey funeral attendees Mourners at the event in June included Sinn Fein Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill and Finance Minister Conor Murphy.
● Thailand issues prosecution order for Red Bull heir over hit-and-run case Yoovidhya was accused of crashing his Ferrari in 2012 into a policeman and dragging his body for dozens of metres before fleeing
● Catherine Martin says "strong financial supports" needed with restrictions She said there must be a balance
● Thiago bids farewell to Bayern Munich ahead of Liverpool move The Spain international is expected to complete his move to Merseyside on Friday.
● Qantas cuts pay of Irish CEO Alan Joyce by 83% due to Covid-19 crisis Dubliner went without pay from early March until August in an effort to help cut costs at the Australian airline
● Poo knives and alligator on helium among winning entries for Ig Nobel prizes Awards were also given to scientists involved in research into French kissing and narcissists’ eyebrows.
● UN investigator on Belarus warns of 'another Iron curtain' UN special rapporteur on the human rights says more than 500 reports of torture and thousands "savagely beaten"
● 50,000 jobs at risk in Dublin with potential new restrictions Public health officials have also recommended a ban on indoor dining be imposed in Dublin, despite it being a level 4 measure
● More than half of Covid-19 patients suffer persistent fatigue More than half of patients who get coronavirus suffer persistent fatigue, regardless of the seriousness of their infection, an international survey led by a Trinity ...
● Solskjaer remains tight-lipped on Jadon Sancho pursuit The Manchester United boss is keen to strengthen his squad before the transfer deadline next month.
● Wheelchair user pushed to the ground and robbed in Cork city A man is due in court in Cork this morning charged in connection with the robbery of a wheelchair user who was pushed to the ground in the incident.
● Ryanair to cut capacity by a further 20% for October The airline confirmed the capacity reductions were necessary due to damage caused to forward bookings by continuous changes in EU Government travel restrictions
● Worldwide coronavirus cases top 30 million Johns Hopkins University found more than half of this figure comes from just three countries – the US, India and Brazil.
● Naomi Osaka withdraws from French Open due to lingering injury The world number three said her “hamstring is still sore so I won’t have enough time to prepare for the clay”.
● Almost half of Irish adults have broken local Covid restrictions The survey found different reasons for breaches of local restrictions
● Dublin hospitals under 'significant pressure', says HSE chief He warned that more restrictions may be required
● Toddler in hospital after crash involving quad and scrambler The quad wasn't moving when it was hit by a scrambler bike