BULLETIN: Brexit poses risks to Irish economic growth; Appeal for public not to share images of fatal M50 crash

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IRELAND: The financial regulator has laid bare the impact of the UK crashing out of the European Union, which it said could significantly alter the path of the Irish economy.

IRELAND: Gardaí make appeal for public not to share graphic images of fatal M50 accident.

IRELAND: The HSE has failed since October to produce a plan to tackle the Cervical Check backlog as advocates warn more women may die.

IRELAND: Gardaí check CCTV as historicsculpture taken from Cork street.

WORLD: Investigators will inspect whether the pilot who disappeared with the Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala had the correct license, it emerged as the striker’s sister pleaded for the search for the missing plane to continue.

BUSINESS: Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has denied claims Ireland’s corporate tax regime is giving it “a free ride” as he reiterated opposition to any new attempt to usher in an EU-wide digital tax.

SPORT: Kerry's Paul Murphy: Asking us to play all year round is quite the stretch.

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