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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# MH370

All time
# Insider
MH370 families raise funds to coax 'whistleblowers' to come forward
The group are aiming to raise $5 million to reward any insider that comes forward with information.
# long shot
Have scientists discovered a recorded sound of MH370 crashing into the Indian Ocean?
Australian researchers say it’s unlikely, but they’re investigating it.
# Black Box
No MH370 debris found where underwater pings were detected
A US Navy official queried whether the missing plane ever went there.
# Search
Malaysia releases satellite data used to trace the final hours of flight MH370
The data, provided by a British satellite operator, is raw and described as “highly technical”.
# Malaysia
Australia, Malaysia and China to meet to make sure MH370 search "doesn't stop"
The meeting is to ensure that the search continues and “doesn’t stop at any stage”.
# lost plane
Malaysia releases preliminary report on MH370
It did not immediately appear to contain any major new revelations
# missing plane
Malaysia to release preliminary report into Flight MH370 today
The plane disappeared on 8 March. A massive hunt for the wreckage has so far proved fruitless.
# Flight MH370
"Highly unlikely" surface wreckage from missing Malaysia plane will be found
It has been forty days since the search began in the remote ocean off the Western Australian coast.
# Missing
Airline says ten staff members were held for hours by MH370 relatives
The staff members where held for more than ten hours in a hotel as relatives got increasingly frustrated with the lack of information about their relatives.
# Missing
Angry scenes as relatives of MH370 passengers meet airline staff
“I am not trying to create trouble or difficulty for your staff. We haven’t been trying to vent anger or hate your staff”.
# critical juncture
MH370 search: "We have pursued every possible lead presented to us at this stage"
Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said the search is at a “very critical juncture”.
# Mystery
Sub searching for missing Malaysia plane reaches 'record depths'
It’s on its fifth seabed mission, and reached a record depth of 4,695 metres.
# Penang Island
MH370 co-pilot tried to make a call just before plane disappeared from radar
The plane flew low enough near Penang island on Malaysia’s west coast for a tower to pick up the co-pilot’s phone signal.
# MH370
Australia "very confident" they have found MH370 black box signals
The Malaysia Airlines flight has been missing for over a month.
# Black Box
Hunt for missing Malaysia plane closes in on "final resting place"
The search for ‘pings’ from the MH370′s black box continues.
# Malaysia Airlines
MH370 searchers hopeful of finding wreckage within 'days'
Four transmissions have been detected by an Australian ship from what is believed to be the plane’s black box.
# Missing Flight
Hunt for MH370 'pings' to go on for days before sub launch
The search involves up to 11 military planes, three civilian planes and 14 ships.
# Q and A
MH370: What do we know? What have we yet to find out?
Here are some of the key questions in the search so far…
# MH370
Two signals detected are the "most promising lead" in search for MH370
Australian authorities warned that nothing would happen fast in the search for the missing plane.
# MH370
Teams detect three underwater signals in search for missing plane
More ships and planes were diverted to the area in the Indian Ocean today to investigate whether they could have come from the plane’s black box.
# Hope
'Important and encouraging lead' in search for missing Malaysia jet
The Australian head of the mission urged caution about the signals similar to that of a black box which were detected yesterday saying: “We are working in a very big ocean and within a very large search area”.
# MH370
Ship searching for missing plane 'picks up signal'
China’s official news agency says a ‘pulse signal’ has been picked up in the Indian Ocean.
# Friday
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Everyone’s been talking about revelations at the Ian Bailey case, what the new Commissioner had to say… and Brucie quitting.
# MH370
US Navy join underwater search for MH370
The plane’s black box locator will stop transmitting in four days.
# News Fix
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Everyone’s been talking about new taping revelations in the du Plantier murder case, the mass shooting in Texas… and Enda’s chess moves at Ryanair.
# HMS Tireless
British nuclear sub joins search for MH370 as time is running out to find black box
Despite extensive scouring ships and planes have so far found nothing that would indicate a crash site.
# News Fix
Here’s What Happened Today: Monday
Everyone’s been talking about that explosion in Dublin, protests & vandalism at the Justice Dept… and the theft of a minister’s car.
# missing plane
“Goodnight…” New official account of last words from MH370 cockpit
The new official version of last words spoken from the cockpit is ‘more in keeping with the way a pilot might usually speak to air traffic control,’ according to one expert.
# Missing Flight
Daughter of MH370 pilot accuses Daily Mail of 'making up' quotes from her
Aishah Zaharie is quoted by the paper as calling her father ‘disturbed’ but she claims the paper invented her words.
# sightings
New objects seen but none recovered in jet search
Two of the objects spotted were the same colours as the missing plane.
# News Fix
Here’s What Happened Today: Friday
Everyone’s been talking about those shocking ambulance service revelations, what gardaí knew about phonecall taping… And John Waters moving on.
# MH370
‘Objects spotted’ in new MH370 search area
“Credible new lead” as search for MH370 goes on amid new claims that the plane was travelling faster than previously thought.
# News Fix
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
From the Taoiseach to the Archbishop, everyone’s been talking about the fallout from GardaGate (but there’s been plenty else happening too)…
# Ad fail
British Airways has apologised for this unfortunate Indian Ocean flight ad
Oh dear.
# MH370
Thailand spots 300 floating objects in Indian Ocean as weather halts search
The pictures were taken by Thailand’s only earth observation satellite on Monday.
# search goes on
122 new objects spotted in the Indian Ocean, but nobody's sure they're MH370
Two objects seen from a civil aircraft appeared to be rope, and that a New Zealand military plane spotted a blue object.
# MH370
Search for MH370 resumes in area 'as close to nowhere as it's possible to be'
Weather conditions in the area have allowed for searches to resume today.
# Journalism
Mark Little: Journalists filled in gaps on MH370 plane with 'baseless speculation'
The founder of Storyful was critical of how broadcasters filled programmes with discussion and conspiracy theories in lieu of facts.
# News Fix
Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday
The Garda Commissioner resigned unexpectedly, an inquiry into taped garda phonecalls was ordered… and the Dáil paid tribute, following the death of Nicky McFadden TD.