Morning Ireland News Quiz
Government plans to cut public sector spending were undone when unions voted to reject Croke Park II. In response, Minister Brendan Howlin said he will still have to find 300m euro worth of savings, due to kick in:
at the end of the year
on 1 July
when Croke Park I expires
Wednesday's explosion near Waco in Texas came 20 years after the town made international headlines because of a siege involving a cult and the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. What was the name of the cult?
The People's Temple
The Branch Davidians
A ceremonial funeral for former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was held on Wednesday and attended by dignitaries from around the world. Who represented Ireland?
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore
Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn
Finance Minister Michael Noonan
Tensions between Government and judges were first highlighted by Mr Justice Peter Kelly's reported statement that judicial independence was being demolished:
step by step
day by day
brick by brick
Internet security experts warned businesses this week that criminals have been trying to steal information by planting viruses on websites likely to be used by employees of certain firms while at work. By what name is this tactic known?
A ninja strike
A watering hole attack
A stealth bombing
Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters this week. Who came second?