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IRELAND

At least one more person with significant intellectual disabilities continued to live with the south-east foster care family accused of extreme sexual and physical abuse, until October 2013 —four years after officials were alerted to the scandal.

Storm Henry will make landfall later today. A Status Orange weather warning has come into effect from 10pm last night in counties Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick. Strong winds of between 110km/h to 130km/h are expected.

Labour and Fine Gael are at odds over how much money is available for a claimed “rainy day” economic fund, just hours out from what is to be the expected launch of the general election campaign.

A search will begin at first light this morning for a man who is missing after a boat capsized in Kerry yesterday afternoon. Two men were on the boat at the time but one managed to swim ashore.

Doctors say a new screening programme for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome will simplify the process of detecting the disease.

Terry Wogan was Britain’s favourite Irishman and Ireland’s greatest unpaid ambassador. Veteran broadcaster Gay Byrne said Mr Wogan never got a nasty letter throughout the Troubles. “I remember him saying that he never got any outburst of blame or contempt or nastiness from British listeners or viewers, which is quite extraordinary,” said Mr Byrne.

WORLD 

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Austria will step up deportations of migrants and is adding Morocco, Algeria, and other states to a list of countries it deems safe, enabling it to send people back there more quickly, government ministries said on Sunday.

In Syria, at least 71 people have died in blasts near a key shrine close to the capital Damascus. A bus station and a building housing military headquarters, were hit by the blasts.

SPORT

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Cork were impressive in their National League opener against Mayo running out 1-18 to 0-12 winners but the win was over shadowed as the Mayo management team last night accepted they should have substituted Lee Keegan earlier in the defeat, after the player suffered concussion symptoms.

It wasn’t pretty and Anthony Foley admitted as much, but Munster’s head coach believes his side will consider Saturday’s nervy Pro12 victory at the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi as ‘as a good win.’

Chelsea say John Terry could yet be offered a contract extension after the captain announced he would be leaving this summer. The 35-year-old had been hoping to secure a 12-month extension but was informed by the club of their decision prior to last week’s win at Arsenal.

BUSINESS

The Greek government is beginning a new round of talks with creditors sceptical about the depth and effectiveness of its pension reform plans amid widespread protests over the proposals.

In the last of a four-part series looking at finalists for the Cork Company of the Year Awards 2016, Peter O’Dwyer casts an eye over those in the special category: Excellence in Customer Engagement.

ANALYSIS

The ‘non-consensual sexual experience’ phrase lumps together everything from a feel to rape, writes Terry Prone

LIFESTYLE

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Mark Evans’ skill set grew exponentially when he self-published his new novel to reach more readers.

VIDEO

“It’s a possibility when I lie on me deathbed that I’ll say a few prayers, just in case.” With that usual twinkle in the eye, that was Terry Wogan’s response when I broached the topics of death and health with him.

VIRAL

Dublin has a great skyline and at night with the lights illuminating the city, it looks even better. This video, sent in to us by Kian Ringwood, shows off the capital as it looks when the lights come on.

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A photo of a shark in South Korea has gone viral for proving that the female of the species really is the more deadly than the male.

TECHNOW

GAMINGWhile Jonathan Blow can't give exact figures, his latest puzzler, The Witness, is on course to surpass Braid's year one sales in its first week of release.

MOVIES: Kid friendly horror stuff and some really, really old comedy nostalgia are big this week, thanks to Goosebumps and Dad's Army

TECH: When you're a company as big as Google, sometimes things slip though the cracks but this was taken to a whole other level in 2015 when regular joe, and former Google employee, Sanmay Ved managed to actually buy the domain google.com in October.

SHOWBIZ

Books of condolence will open in Limerick this morning in honour of Terry Wogan. Mayor of Limerick Liam Galvin says people in the county were immensely proud of Terry. Limerick Council will open the books of condolence online and at their offices in Dooradolye and at Merchant's Quay in the city.

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At least one more person with significant intellectual disabilities continued to live with the south-east foster care family accused of extreme sexual and physical abuse, until October 2013 —four years after officials were alerted to the scandal.


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