EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.


IRELAND: The woman who was found dead in an apartment in Cork city has been named locally as mother-of-three Nicola Collins.

IRELAND: Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has outlined the timeline of her knowledge of the controversy surrounding breathalyser test figures.

IRELAND: Gardaí are at the scene of a light aircraft crash in county Waterford.

WORLD: The mother of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood has said she is "deeply shocked, saddened and numbed" by the actions of her son.

WORLD: A doctor who admitted misleading other medics over Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey also acted dishonestly, medical watchdogs in England ruled today.

SPORT: Martin O'Neill will hand some of his Republic of Ireland hopefuls a chance to prove they belong at international level against Iceland.

BUSINESS:  The average house price in Ireland has risen 10.9% over the past year with increases of 7.9% and 12.8% in Cork and Dublin respectively.


SHOWBIZ: Alicia Vikander has been shown as Lara Croft in a first-look image from the Tomb Raider reboot.

VIRAL: Reddit user, Exploriel posted this photo of her 90-year-old grandad cooking her yearly birthday fry and the entire world has fallen in love with him.

VIRAL: The entire country was treated to an array of pink and purples skies over the weekend.


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