LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: 11 hospitalised after 'uncontrolled release' at Poolbeg; May and Corbyn cast votes

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IRELAND: It has been announced that the 'uncontrolled release' of a substance at Poolbeg incinerator that resulted in 11 workers being taken to hospital concerned a small amount of lime.

IRELAND: The Tánaiste has said there is no complacency when it comes to a possible terrorist attack on Irish soil

IRELAND: One of Cork’s most historic hotels, the Metropole, is poised for a €50m investment that will double its rooms tally, add shops at ground level, and see the construction of another three-star hotel to be called The M.

WORLD: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have greeted voters and members of the press as they arrived to cast their votes in the British general election.

WORLD: A police officer who was stabbed in the eye as he took on the London Bridge attackers with only his baton has said he was "sorry" he could not do more.

BUSINESS: The housing market could be heading into another bubble and Government and regulators should be ready to act, the OECD has warned.

SPORT: Munster are set to post a surplus of €310,000 this season, a considerable turnaround from the €1.93m deficit in 2015/16.

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