The 5 at 5 Thursday

first_imgEVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five stories you need to know before you head out the door.1. #TRANSPORT: An agreement has been reached between Bus Éireann management and workers’ unions at the Labour Relations Commission, bringing an end to a long-running dispute about proposed changes to pay and terms of employment and averting further strike action.2. #INTERNET: The High Court has ordered websites, including YouTube, Facebook and Google, to permanently remove a video clip falsely accusing an Irish student of evading a taxi fare. The judge conceded, however, that he was unsure if this could be achieved.3. #RUSTY WATER: Local politicians in Donegal have asked the government to step in and fix the pipes around Lifford as residents continue to endure days without clean drinking water. See the colour of the rusty water flowing from the taps here.4. #GARDAÍ: Commissioner Martin Callinan has said he has “no axe to grind” with the person or persons who made anonymous allegations about the writing off of penalty points.5. #BYE BYE: At 38 years old and after a prolific career, David Beckham has called it a day. The Paris Saint-Germain midfielder turned down an offer of a one-year extension on his contract, choosing to retire from playing at the highest level. Read his thoughts on fulfilling his dreams over on TheScore.ie.last_img read more