EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

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IRELAND: Whistleblower Maurice McCabe has said he is opposed to any inquiry into an alleged smear campaign against him being held in private.

IRELAND: Superintendent David Taylor, a former head of the Garda Press Office, has been cleared of leaking sensitive information to the media.

IRELAND: A Limerick man who won €209,241 in the Lotto plans to share his winnings among friends and family.

WORLD: US president Donald Trump and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau have launched a joint effort to advance women in the workplace during a meeting at the White House.

WORLD: Aides of a leading French presidential candidate have said Russian groups are interfering with his campaign but offered little evidence to back up the claim.

SPORT: Multiple Group One winner Fame And Glory has died after suffering a suspected heart attack.

BUSINESS: A Cork-based online graphic design software company DesignWizard has beaten off competion from 50 other Irish start-ups to win a coveted live on stage pitch at the two-day Dublin Tech Summit.

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EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

SHOWBIZ: Tom Hardy will be delighting mums all over the country on Valentine’s Day, when he reads the CBeebies bedtime story.

VIRAL: Mia the Beagle behaved like the perfect dog at the Westminster Dog Show on Saturday.

VIRAL: McDonald's Ireland are giving away free breakfasts this coming Friday and they want everyone to know it.


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