Bulletin: Maurice McCabe: Sex assault claim 'ruined my life'; Search of Cork woodland for missing Tina Satchwell commences

Catch up on the headlines this lunchtime...

IRELAND: Search of Cork woodland as part of Tina Satchwell's disappearance to take weeks

IRELAND: Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding’s rape trial will begin hearing evidence in their defence today.

IRELAND: Gardaí and fire service personnel are trying to establish the cause of an explosion in a house in Waterford which led to a man suffering burn injuries.

IRELAND: Sergeant Maurice McCabe said an unfounded  sexual assault allegation "ruined" his life forever.

VIEWS: Two Irish brothers are helping Irish and British investors in Spain get back sums to up €500,000, writes Dan Buckley.

WORLD: The head of Italy's anti-migrant, eurosceptic League party says the shared European euro currency is "wrong" and is ultimately destined to end.

SPORT: Eden Hazard felt an isolated figure as Chelsea slumped to a dismal defeat at Manchester City on Sunday.


SHOWBIZ: British Oscar winners Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton have described the “surreal” moment their film, which stars a six-year-old deaf girl, scooped an Academy Award. 

VIRAL: 'Fair play díobh ar fad': Martin McDonagh thanks Connemara community for Three Billboards support.

FEATURES: Online Lives: Denise O'Donoghue chats to Belfast-based blogger Emer Dooris.


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