EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.


IRELAND: Over 4,000 households will be left without electricty tonight due to damage caused by Storm Doris.

IRELAND: A more structured approach to educating young people about drugs involving set programmes in schools needs to be introduced, a coroner urged yesterday at the inquest of an 18-year-old boy who died after he took the drug known as N Bomb.

IRELAND: The mother of a six year old girl with catastrophic epilepsy has expressed her devastation after the HSE turned down her application for medicinal cannabis for her little Ava.

IRELAND: A postmortem will be carried out tomorrow on the body of a man recovered from a canal in Killaloe early today.

WORLD: Police have arrested six people over an “enormous” cannabis farm discovered in an underground nuclear bunker.

WORLD: A Flybe plane from Edinburgh has been evacuated after its landing gear collapsed.

SPORT: Leicester have sacked manager Claudio Ranieri less than a year after their incredible run to the Premier League title.

SPORT: Wayne Rooney annouced his intention to stay at Manchester United, ending rumours over his future.


SHOWBIZ: Ian McKellen tried to discourage Patrick Stewart from appearing in Star Trek because he was a “serious actor”, but is now glad he did not heed his advice, he said.

VIRAL: Ever felt like a third wheel at a friend’s party or a cosy get-together with your mates? This woman knows your pain.

VIRAL: The girl who invented the phrase ‘Eyebrows on Fleek’ is raising cash to start a hair and cosmetics line.

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