Heres What Happened Today Friday
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NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…Paul Clarke of St. Paul’s College, Raheny lifts the trophy for the overall prize at BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. Pic: Photocall IrelandIRELANDThe Department of Finance has lost letters connected to bank guarantee it emerged under this evening.Dublin student Paul Clarke won the top prize at BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition for his study of graph theory in mathematicsIrish Water will appear before the Oireachtas over its €50 million consultancy spend last year.Ian Paisley claimed that the Irish Government’s attitude to Northern Ireland contributed to the Dublin-Monaghan bombings. A claim later rejected by Northern leaders.One person has been arrested in connection with the death last night of Kilkenny man Michael O’Dwyer.Five teenagers were arrested in connection with a spate of robberies in west Dublin.A US Airways flight was forced to return to Dublin Airport this afternoon after experiencing electrical problems in the air.“Playing the blame game” over the breakdown of the Haass talks will achieve nothing says Martin McGuinness.INTERNATIONAL#NORTH KOREA: Matt Cooper spoke to The Last World about his four days in Pyongyang and described ‘outpouring of joy‘ from the crowd upon appearance of Kim Jong-Un.#FRANCE: A French magazine that revealed an alleged affair between President Francois Hollande and actress Julie Gayet is to remove the report from its website.#UK: Police in London have launched a murder investigation after three bodies, including a five-year-old boy and a seven-month-old baby boy, were found at a property in London.INNOVATIONGoogle is rolling out the new feature which will integrate Google+ into its mail client so if you’re on Gmail anyone on Google+ will be able to contact you.A Bitcoin storage service that insures deposits of the digital currency against loss and theft has launched in London. [BBC]PARTING SHOT(Pic: Jason Clarke photography)Ireland’s favourite astronaut Chris Hadfield is now an Irish ‘tourism ambassador’, so today he got his hands on this sword, his trusty space travelling guitar and of course, the obligatory pint of Guinness.