Heres What Happened Today Sunday

first_img Share Tweet Email Get our daily news round up: Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday A glimpse of Trump’s North Korea strategy and Bertie Ahern on a Fianna Fáil-Sinn Féin coalition – it’s the Evening Fix. Leo Varadkar would be a more popular choice as Taoiseach than Simon Coveney, according to a new opinion pollSinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald said that she thinks the Sisters of Charity should “gift” the maternity hospital site to the StateGardaí arrested a man in connection with the investigation of Samantha Walsh‘s murderBertie Ahern indulged in some speculation on whether Fianna Fáil should go into coalition with Sinn Féin or Fine GaelThe body of a 22-year-old woman was found in a vacant building in Cork cityA Grace case whistleblower requested to appear before committee to make any subsequent questioning of the HSE “more productive”Modelling agencies warned the public that people are pretending to be modelling agents online, and then ask people to send them revealing pictures. Sunday 30 Apr 2017, 8:10 PM WORLD President Donald Trump turns to clap to the audience behind him as he finishes speaking at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, which he attended last night instead of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Source: Carolyn Kaster/PA Images#FACE THE NATION: Donald Trump offered some backhanded praise for North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, calling him “a pretty smart cookie”.#THERESA MAY: The UK Prime Minister said there are “many complex reasons for people going to food banks”, avoiding a question about nurses’ pay.#MCCANNS: The parents of Madeleine McCann said they’re hopeful they will one day be reunited with their daughter as they mark the 10th anniversary of her disappearance.PARTING SHOT Apr 30th 2017, 8:10 PM http://jrnl.ie/3367242 Short URL Peter Curling’s piece. Source: incognito.ieLast weekend, crowds of people queued from 4am to get a chance to buy famous artists’ work for just €50.It was a project by the Jack and Jill Foundation, and it raised thousands of euro that will go towards services for children with serious illnesses.it also gave ordinary people a chance to own art potentially worth thousands, and we’re curious to see what people walked away with.So here’s a glimpse of what was on offer. 15,880 Views NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRISH Reece Halpin punches the air at The UL Sport Children’s Run for Fun as part of Barrington’s Hospital Great Limerick Run 2017. Source: Sean Curtin/True Media 8 Comments By Gráinne Ní Aodha Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more