Heres What Happened Today Sunday

first_imgHere’s What Happened Today: Sunday Murder probe in Ballincollig, tributes to young GAA player and Trump and Kim arrive in Singapore – it’s the evening fix. By Sean Murray 16,831 Views Sunday 10 Jun 2018, 7:50 PM No Comments Share1 Tweet Email1 A man was killed after a group of armed men entered his home and attacked him in Ballincollig in Cork.Tributes were paid to a young GAA player who died while on holiday in Cyprus.The HSE has denied it’s discriminating against disabled people in Clondalkin.A man was arrested after crashing a car into the gates of the British Embassy in Dublin.Over 2,500 women went skinny dipping on a Wicklow beach and smashed a world record.Gardaí investigated after shots were fired at a home in Shankill.A man who was discovered with serious head injuries in Bray has died.An animal welfare charity has temporarily suspended activities following “unfounded criticism on social media”.Galway clean-up groups said they’re concerned about ‘which roads they’ll be allowed to clean’.INTERNATIONAL Canada’s Justin Trudeau is better friends with South African president Cyril Ramphosa than Donald Trump Source: Jacques Boissinot/PA Images#DIPLOMACY: Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump arrived in Singapore ahead of their historic summit.#BREXIT: A major Leave campaigner donor “met with Russian officials” before the Brexit vote.#GPS: A young woman drowned in Prague while playing a global GPS-based treasure hunt.PARTING SHOTThe very first Bond girl – Eunice Gayson – died this weekend aged 90.She debuted in 1962′s Dr No and met Sean Connery’s suave secret agent over a game of cards in the film, saying her name followed by “I admire your luck, Mr…?” You know what comes next.The Guardian published this obituary today of the woman with a unique place in cinema history. Source: United Artists/Zuma/PA Images Get our daily news round up: Jun 10th 2018, 7:51 PM NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a roundup of today’s news.IRELAND Spot the athlete taking part in the annual Dingle Adventure Race Source: Valerie O’Sullivan Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more