BULLETIN: Police appeal for Tyrone disco crush witnesses; Taoiseach meets with Tusk as Brexit draws closer

BULLETIN: Police appeal for Tyrone disco crush witnesses; Taoiseach meets with Tusk as Brexit draws closer

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IRELAND: Young witnesses to a crush that killed three teenagers outside a St Patrick’s Day disco will not face police action for being underage, detectives have said.

IRELAND: A city councillor has called for a full investigation to identify the person responsible for defecating on Cork's landmark St Patrick's Bridge.

IRELAND: The Taoiseach is meeting with the European Council President in Dublin today - with just 10 days to go until Brexit.

IRELAND: There have been more cases of mumps in the first 11 weeks of 2019, than all of last year.

WORLD: With just 10 days to go until Britain is due to leave the European Union, what options do the UK government have on the table to break the impasse?

BUSINESS: An Irish company has signed a deal worth €10m over five years with a leading private provider of emergency services in Europe.

SPORT: Ronan O'Gara has said the Irish rugby team need to learn how to chase a game.

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