BULLETIN: Frances Fitzgerald made ‘a mistake’, says Donohoe; Taoiseach must commit to necessary funding for hospitals 'in meltdown' - IMO

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IRELAND: Former Tánaiste and justice minister Frances Fitzgerald “made a mistake” in her handling of the Maurice McCabe email saga and she made the right decision to resign, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe believes.

IRELAND: The Irish Medical Organisation says Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Finance Minister Pascal Donoghue must commit the necessary funding to end the trolley crisis.

IRELAND: The performance of the Irishproperty sector could be undermined by Brexit, according to a new report.

IRELAND: More than a quarter of a billion journeys were made on public transport last year.

BUSINESS: Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said the€320m price tag for the second parallel runway at Dublin Airport is “value for money,” despite concerns from Transport Minister Shane Ross.

VIEWS: Michael Clifford: Nóirín O'Sullivan got exactly what she wanted.

SPORT: The Cork-Limerick Munster SHC second round game on June 2 is set to be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

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BULLETIN: Frances Fitzgerald made ‘a mistake’, says Donohoe; Taoiseach must commit to necessary funding for hospitals 'in meltdown' - IMO

FEATURES: If the power of the mind helped John Burke to top Mt Everest, can students use it to reach peak potential? writes Trish Flanagan.

ARTS: Saoirse Ronan and Midleton’s Nora Twomey are among theIrish hopefuls for the Golden Globes on Sunday, writes Esther McCarthy.

VIRAL: ‘Do these chiefs not get hangovers?’: All the reaction to Irn-Bru’s recipe change.


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