LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Body of Donegal woman Danielle McLaughlin returned home

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IRELAND: The body of Donegal woman Danielle McLaughlin who was raped and murdered at a tourist resort in Indiahas been flown home to Ireland.

IRELAND: Gardaí have launched a murder investigation after a man was stabbed yesterday.

IRELAND: Mattie McGrath was asked by Dail ushers to take off a Daffodil Day pin, supporting the Irish Cancer Society, as political symbols are prohibited under house rules.

WORLD: Belgian authorities have charged a 39-year-old Frenchman with terror offences after a car was driven at high speed through a busy shopping area in Antwerp.   

WORLD: The Westminster terrorist was laughing and joking in Brighton hours before carrying out the deadly attack, a hotel manager said.

BUSINESS: A new €30m office block is to be constructed in Cork city's South Mall which the backers say will help revive the area and create 450 jobs. 

SPORT: Munster captain Peter O'Mahony has gone straight back into Munster's starting XV after last weekend's man-of-the-match performance against England.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Body of Donegal woman Danielle McLaughlin returned home

FEATURES: As Mother’s Day approaches,  here’s some A-Z advice for all the first mums-to-be out there from mother-of-three, Esther N McCarthy.

VIRAL: Temple Street Hospital decided to give their little patients and staff the chance to give their mammies a big shout out.

SHOWBIZ: The video for Stephanie Rainey's new song, '100 Like Me'  has been getting a lot of attention due to its powerful message about mental health.


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