The 5 at 5 Thursday

first_imgEACH WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you five things you should know before you head out the door.1. #CHILDREN: The HSE’s head of child services will meet the Garda commissioner and lead the executive’s review into the taking of two children from Roma families in Tallaght and Athlone.2. #ALCOHOL: The Government’s plans for minimum prices on alcohol were published today with the Department of Health stressing that it won’t mean across the board price increases. Alcohol sponsorship of sport will remain legal subject to a working group report.3. #JOBS: Aer Lingus is to close a cabin crew base at Shannon Airport employing 87 people following a dispute with the IMPACT trade union.4. #CANNABIS: Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan today launched the Cannabis Regulation Bill 2013 which would legalise the use of cannabis and legislate for its cultivation. Here’s what it said.5. #MADDIE: Police in Portugal are to reopen the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann from a holiday resort six years ago.last_img

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