EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made headlines today

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IRELANDThe National Bus & Rail Union (NBRU) has formally served notice of all-out strike action at Bus Éireann, beginning on February 20. Meanwhile, Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald has today warned teachers affiliated to the ASTI not to expect any improved offer on pay.

IRELANDEnda Kenny has said that most EU leaders understand Ireland is a "special case" when it comes to Brexit and he has warned Britain that fresh borders in the North will have "very serious consequences", writes Juno McEnroe, Political Correspondent in Malta.

IRELANDThe ISPCC has welcomed the repeal of exemptions for child marriage included in the Domestic Violence Bill published by Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald today.

WORLDThere was a serious incident outside the Louvre museum in Paris today when a man, who was wielding a machete and shouting “Allahu akhbar” attacked soldiers. 

WORLDFewer than 60,000 people had their visas provisionally cancelled after an executive order blocked their travel to the US, the State Department has said.

WORLDThe city of Bowling Green in Kentucky has been at the centre of the news because of a non-existent massacre Kellyanne Conway claimed happened there.

SPORTRory Best has backed Conor Murray to thrive amid the pressure of facing Scotland with a target on his back.


EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made headlines today

FASHIONIt can be difficult for mums on the go to find time to do their makeup. But all that’s needed is five minutes, writes Carolyn Moore.

VIRALBungling burglar Sean Crawshaw has been branded Britain's worst crook after getting stuck in the bathroom window of a house he was trying to raid.

VIDEOThe seaside town of Tramore in Co Waterford was hit by enormous waves last night.


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