BULLETIN: Gardaí to search woodland for missing Tina Satchwell; Man charged with murder of garda

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IRELAND: Gardaí to search East Cork woodland for missing Tina Satchwell.

IRELANDThousands of people remain without electricity and water this morning, while water rationing may be imposed in some areas as the country struggles to recover from the ravaging Beast from the East.

IRELAND: Seven vulnerable Magdalene laundry survivors have diedwithout receiving a penny of the redress they were granted in 2013.

VIEWS: Michael Clifford: Elaborate garda disciplinary 'maze' impedes even minimal sanction.

BUSINESS: The Government’s approach to mortgage arrears is unravelling.

SPORT: The loss to Argentina may be the defeat that itches away at Joe Schmidt more than any other but Ireland’s defeat to Scotland at the foothills of last season’s Six Nations was, in some respects, a far more frustrating affair.

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BULLETIN: Gardaí to search woodland for missing Tina Satchwell; Man charged with murder of garda

SHOWBIZ: It was a disappointing night for Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut Lady Bird at the Oscars, as the film failed to win a single trophy.

FEATURES: Getting ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ actress Jenn Murray red-carpet ready for the Oscar Wilde awards is all part of a day’s work for LA stylist to the stars and Corkman Aaron Barry, writes Carolyn Moore.

CULTURE: A nice surprise for Marlene Enright to be recognised for doing what she loves.


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