This evening.

It’s quiet.

Too quiet.



Colm Funzo writes;

Páirc an Fhionnuisce/Phoenix Park this evening….


Previously: It Starts Here


This afternoon.

Dublin Zoo.

A baby Gorilla clings to its mother Kafi in the Gorilla Rainforest.

On  April 1, after a gestation period of around 8-and-a-half months, Kafi gave birth to the healthy infant weighing approximately 2-2.5kg.

Zoo keepers have been unable to determine the gender of the infant as Kafi has been keeping the baby close to her chest since the birth.


Sam Boal/RollingNews



Thanks Bebe

This afternoon.

Special counsel Robert Mueller considered 10 “episodes” involving actions by President Trump that might have been been connected to obstruction of justice, Attorney General Bill Barr said  — but the Justice Department concluded they do not amount to a breach of the law.

Barr said he is satisfied Trump had “non-corrupt motives” and that is what prompted him to decide not to prosecute the president.

Because investigators did not find a conspiracy between Trump’s campaign and the Russian interference in the 2016 election, that suggested Trump wasn’t trying to cover anything up, Barr said. And notwithstanding his frequent public outrage about the matter, Trump cooperated with Mueller’s inquiry, Barr said.

Watch Live: Attorney General Barr Briefs Reporters About The Mueller Report (NPR)

Read full report here




Statement tonight from Trump 2020 Campaign Manager Brad Pascale, who served as Trump’s Digital Media Manager in the 2016 Campaign.

The Butlers Chocolates Afternoon Tea at the Morrison Hotel

Further to our competition yesterday, Broadsheet reader Stephen Stewart wins the Butlers Afternoon Tea for Two at the Morrison Hotel.

Stephen, who is “broke”, will be taking his mother to celebrate her 70th birthday.


Thanks all.

Yesterday; Oooh! Fancy

Morrison Hotel

The limited edition Butlers Chocolates Afternoon Tea at The Morrison is priced at €30pp including tea and coffee or served with a glass of prosecco for €37.50 and  available until Sunday April from 12pm to 6pm.

Book here

Thanks Sinead