Notorious Regency Hotel murder trial of Patrick Hutch begins

The trial has begun of one of the most notorious gang-related incidents of recent times. The shooting at the Regency Hotel in Dublin almost two years ago during which one man died and two were injured was a "resourced, carefully planned, targeted, murderous attack", the Special Criminal Court has heard on Thursday. Patrick Hutch has … Continue reading Notorious Regency Hotel murder trial of Patrick Hutch begins

Our Natural History – Ireland

When you think about museums you think in old stuff and serious people? So I have to present to you The National Museum of Ireland – Natural History, the place where everyone becomes a child! The museum opened in 1857 and has animals from all over the world, it works like a zoological museum. You … Continue reading Our Natural History – Ireland

Five years in jail for spreading ‘fake news’ under FF proposal

The use of internet 'bots' to influence political debate will be punished with fines of up to €10,000 or five years' imprisonment under new laws tabled by Fianna Fáil. Ground-breaking proposals to be brought before the Dáil this week will also make it an offence to actively promote 'fake news' using social media sites such … Continue reading Five years in jail for spreading ‘fake news’ under FF proposal

Sterling spikes on news of UK-Ireland trade breakthrough

Sterling soared higher on Monday afternoon amid optimism that Brexit talks will break the current deadlock and move onto topics like a future trade deal between the two sides. At around midday, the pound hit a day's high of 1.3523 against the dollar after news emerged that Westminster will concede on EU trade rules for … Continue reading Sterling spikes on news of UK-Ireland trade breakthrough