Heres What Happened Today Thursday

first_imgInternational Justin Bieber Source: Yui Mok#USA: Fox News has settled a sexual assault claim with a former contributor for $2.5 million.#AUSTRALIA: A man who posed as Justin Bieber has been charged with more than 900 child sex offences after enticing young fans to send him explicit images.#FRANCE: Police have discovered human body parts as they search the home of a man who has confessed to killing four relatives with a crowbar.#UK: A man and a woman in London were arrested today following a report of an attempted abduction at Great Ormond Street Hospital.PARTING SHOTSometimes a company goes all-out for Paddy’s Day and nails their McDonalds is not one of those companies. The fast food giant has brought back the Shamrock Shake for the festivities. So, to celebrate its return to the menu, they go ahead and make this video.Stonehenge and the bagpipes along with a tartan-clad ginger grace us during the 10-second ad. Sadly, it’s about 10 seconds too long. Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday Grief over Clondalkin fire, €2 million worth of steroids seized and seagulls are back in the news -it’s the Evening Fix. Share Tweet Email Get our daily news round up: 1 Comment Mar 9th 2017, 9:00 PM Short URLcenter_img NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.Ireland Ja Jei of Scoil Eoin Naofa at the 5th Annual UL Teddy Bear Hospital. Approximately 500 children from across Limerick attended the fifth annual Teddy Bear Hospital Source: Shane SerranoTwo men were found guilty of the murder of dissident republican Peter Butterly who was shot dead outside a pub in Meath in 2013.Members of the Traveller community have told of their grief following the deaths of four people in a fire in Clondalkin yesterday.Gardaí are asking the public to look out for missing man Shahbaz Ahmed Qureshi who was last seen on Richmond Avenue in Dublin 3.A Bill which would have reduced the penalty for abortion to a €1 fine was defeated by the Government this evening.Over €2 million worth of steroids and erectile dysfunction pills were seized in Donegal.A man who was jailed for falsely imprisoning a child has had his sentence reduced on appeal.It emerged that religious groups which managed institutions where abuse of children occurred over a long period still owe €1.3 billion.Landlords are outraged over new rental measures brought in by Housing Minister Simon Coveney.Seagulls are back in the news as one senator wants to use lasers to keep the birds at bay. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Garreth MacNamee 10,724 Views Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet Thursday 9 Mar 2017, 9:00 PMlast_img read more