EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

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IRELAND: The full horror of the abuse suffered by Grace, an intellectually disabled woman, is laid bare in two shocking reports to be published tomorrow.

IRELAND: Unions at Bus Éireann have said to prepare for strike action from next week.

IRELAND: Gardaí have arrested a man in his 20s in connection with the murder of Paddy Lyons.

WORLD: The White House says President Donald Trump's upcoming budget will propose a whopping $54bn increase in defence spending and impose corresponding cuts to domestic programmes and foreign aid.

WORLD: Bill Cosby's lawyers are pushing to have the actor's trial moved from the Philadelphia suburbs because of worldwide media reports that brand him "a serial rapist".

SPORT: World Rugby is considering whether to review the laws governing the breakdown in light of the tactics used by Italy against England on Sunday, it is understood.

BUSINESS: Not many mobile phone announcements get the world talking like the return of Nokia’s 3310.

 

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EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

SHOWBIZ: Staying in the running to become the nicest guy in showbiz,Ed Sheeran, has make a very special donation to the London Irish Centre charity this week.

SHOWBIZ: From stunning red lace *cough Ruth Negga cough* to Emma Stone’s ‘20s inspired look, the stars smiled and posed, completely unaware of what the night had in store.

VIRAL: Pictures of Donald Trump’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer dressed as the Easter Bunny have been unearthed, and they’re simply glorious.


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