Two articles about restrictions to be imposed.
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has warned that Dublin, Shannon and some regional northern airports may see flight restrictions tomorrow.
North easterly winds are causing the volcanic ash cloud to drift south and, potentially, back into Irish airspace.
"Current information from the Volcanic Ash Advice Centre (VAAC) suggests that a no-fly zone may have to be imposed over Ireland tomorrow that may affect Dublin, Shannon and some regional airports," the IAA said in a statement.
Read more: http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/new-ash-cloud-threat-to-dublin-and-shannon-flights-456228.html#ixzz0mthWuFRn
The Supreme Court announced today that after 75 years, visitors no longer will be able to enter the majestic columned building from the front doors at the top of the steps for security reasons.
Let's hope that the words of Justice Stephen Breyer will come true, in the not too distant future.
"I thus remain hopeful that, sometime in the future, technological advances, a congressional appropriation, or the dissipation of the current security risks will enable us to restore the Supreme Court's main entrance as a symbol of dignified openness and meaningful access to equal justice under law."