EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.


IRELAND: Brendan Howlin has said that the Garda Commissioner Noirín O'Sullivan "Must now stand aside" while the Commission of Investigation carries out its work.

IRELAND: Work on repairing roads and local authority houses Work on repairing roads and local authority houses will grind to a halt if SIPTU workers in Cork County Council vote for strike actionwill grind to a halt if SIPTU workers in Cork County Council vote for strike action

IRELAND: The general manager of HP Inc’s Leixlip plant, Maurice O’Connell, has said some of the 500 people set to lose their jobs may be offered redeployment elsewhere in the company’s Irish assets.

WORLD: Politicians in Mississippi are advancing a proposal to add firing squad, electrocution and gas chamber as execution methods in case a court blocks the use of lethal injection drugs.

WORLD: The United States military is looking to rent space at Trump Tower for use when President Donald Trump returns to his longtime home in New York City.

WORLD: Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris has been cleared of three sex charges but could face a retrial on another four allegations.

SPORT: The condition of the two players taken by ambulance to Cork University Hospital this afternoon after a freak incident at a Munster Schools Junior Cup quarter-final tie has been described as ’not serious’. The players will, however, be monitored in hospital overnight


SHOWBIZ: British socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson has died at the age of 45.

VIRAL: One woman has called high street stores out for their varying sizing after she discovered her new pair of size 18 jeans from River Island were smaller than another pair of size 14 jeans from New Look.

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