Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald has said allegations of mistreatment of young children in crèches are "deeply disturbing"
A man has been arrested on terrorism charges in London after claiming on television that one of the suspects in the killing of Lee Rigby was asked by MI5 to spy for them.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has denied that he smokes crack cocaine and said he is not an addict after a video purported to show him using the drug.
The PSNI say an explosion heard in south Belfast last night was a pipe bomb type device which had partially exploded.
11:54 Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald has said allegations of mistreatment of young children in crèches are "deeply disturbing"
10:35 A man has been arrested on terrorism charges in London after claiming on television that one of the suspects in the killing of Lee Rigby was asked by MI5 to spy for them.
21:56 The Labour Court has recommended that Aer Lingus inject a once-off lump sum of €110 million to help plug the €750 million deficit in the joint Aer Lingus/DAA pension scheme.
10:32 Leinster can claim the one that keeps getting away as they take on Ulster in the PRO12 final, writes Tadhg Peavoy
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