EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.


IRELAND: A mother planning to deliver naturally following a C-section 14 months previously, lost her baby two days after birth.

IRELAND: Gardaí say they are in contact with the Galway coroner in relation to the discovery of a significant number of human remains on the site of the former mother-and-baby home in Tuam.

IRELAND: A model, a disgraced ex-judge and a restaurateur are among those to have been hit with big fines and bills by the taxman.

WORLDThe former British intelligence officer behind a dossier of allegations about Donald Trump has broken his silence.

WORLD: Peers have inflicted a second defeat on the UK government's Brexit Bill by demanding a "meaningful" parliamentary vote on the final divorce deal.

SPORT: Floyd Mayweather has called on Irish MMA star Conor McGregor to "stop blowing smoke up everybody's ass" and sign a contract to fight.

BUSINESSCar giant Ford has revealed plans to test 3D-printing large car parts – including spoilers – as part of its prototyping and car production plans for the future.


EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

SHOWBIZ: A fifth and final new home will join the cast of Gogglebox Ireland this week.

SHOWBIZ: George Michael died of heart disease and a build-up of fat in his liver, a coroner has said.

VIRAL: Melbourne has unveiled 10 traffic light figures wearing skirts on road crossings in the city to celebrate International Women’s Day.


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