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Friday 2 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# John Murray

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# Theft
Couple charged in connection with stealing €130k from Virgin Media
The man and woman, who have not yet entered pleas, were remanded on continuing bail.
# the farthest
Irish-produced documentary about Voyager space programme wins Emmy award
The American awards recognise excellence in the television industry.
# John Murray
Aer Lingus fined €250,000 over death of worker at Dublin Airport
The airline was fined €250,000 for breaching health and safety laws.
# former cork mayor
'I want them to know I'm his granddaughter': Victim of sex offender John Murray waives anonymity
Former Lord Mayor John Murray, who was convicted of sexual assault in the 1990s, died over the weekend.
# Courts
Aer Lingus faces charges over man who died at Dublin Airport warehouse in 2014
The charges relate to the death of John Murray at a cargo warehouse at the airport in November 2014.
# Tubser
Poll: Tubridy's new radio show is going live tomorrow, but will you be tuning in?
Tubs is to pick up where John Murray left off from tomorrow morning at 9am, his first time on Radio One in five years.
# New gig
Brendan O'Connor insists he's not hanging around for long in his new radio slot
He did mention Tubridy, however.
# So Long
After five years, The John Murray Show is over - here are some of the best bits
Murray’s run in the hour after Morning Ireland ended at 10am today.
# the post scrambler
An Post managed to deliver this word puzzle to an RTÉ DJ
David Curran has set up a blog where he puts postmen’s problem solving to the test.
# Hooked
"The media saved my life" - George Hook
The pundit, who retired from television rugby analysis on Saturday, has been speaking about what retirement has in store for him.
# Brendan Gleeson
Brendan Gleeson defends Calvary director's controversial criticism of Irish film
“The standard of some Irish films is not good enough”.
# Portrait Removed
Portrait of former Cork Mayor removed after victim's plea
The woman who was assaulted by the former Mayor asked that the portrait be taken down.
# Courts
Sexual assault victim just wanted to be believed
A former lord mayor of Cork was sentenced to 12 months in jail yesterday for sexually assaulting a teenager in the 1990s.
# Missing
Missing 37-year-old John Murray located safe and well
He was last seen leaving a house in Cabinteely yesterday evening.
# Mental Health
RTE presenter John Murray talks frankly about his depression
The RTE Radio One presenter returned to his 9am radio slot today and spoke to listeners about how badly he had been affected by the illness.
John Murray returns to RTÉ Radio 1 tomorrow morning
The broadcaster has been off sick for the past seven months.
# Controversy
RTÉ insist Mickey Harte received apology from John Murray Show
Confusion remains amid claims from Tyrone that the manager has yet to receive a direct apology from the programme.
# Bad Blood
It's the one we've been waiting for: Cotto v Margarito II
The long-time rivals are to meet in the ring for the first time since their controversial bout three years ago. Gavin Grace takes a look…
# Shop Talk
Kidney criticism affected me, admits Cullen
The Leinster captain has described how “you have to back yourself as a player” when faced with criticism.
# Judges Pay
New Chief Justice rejects €38k pay rise
Chief Justice Susan Denham says the judiciary does not oppose a referendum allowing their pay to be cut – and has refused a pay rise of €38,044.
# Chief Justice
Susan Denham to become Ireland’s first female Chief Justice
The Honourable Justice Susan Denham, the longest-serving member of the Supreme Court, will be its next president.
# Public Sector
Chief Justice discusses pension concerns with taoiseach
The Chief Justice John Murray has met with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and voiced concerns about the impact a new cap on public sector pension funds might have on judges’ retirements.
# Poetry Corner
Listen to Michael Ó Muircheartaigh's Christmas poem
He’s more used to the Sam Maguire Cup than rhyming couplets. But the GAA legend gave poetry a go this morning.
# west coast
Limerick councillor wishes Rubberbandits well despite radio rugby comments
Hip-hop stars should represent the city’s sport positively after Blind Boy says he knows “nothing about rugby, kid”