LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Brexit triggered; Second man arrested in Nicola Collins murder case

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IRELAND: Gardaí have arrested a 44-year-old man in connection with the murder of Nicola Collins.

IRELAND: The Irish state has come under criticism for its response to survivors of Magdalene Laundries and other historical abuses.

IRELAND: A report on financial irregularities at the Garda College is to be published today.

WORLD: The letter informing the European Council of Britain's intention to leave the European Union has been handed over to EC president Donald Tusk in Brussels.

WORLD: Donald Trump has visited the US Environmental Agency to announce an executive order unravelling Barack Obama’s climate change plan.

BUSINESS: Tesco agreed to pay £214m (€247m) to resolve regulatory probes into a 2014 accounting scandal that prompted a boardroom house-cleaning and an overhaul of the grocer’s supplier relations in the UK.

SPORT: The GAA are to issue a directive cutting the traditional minute’s silence to 20 seconds before matches.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Brexit triggered; Second man arrested in Nicola Collins murder case

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VIRAL: Watch these Cork comedians sum up every awkward conversation ever.

SHOWBIZ: A woman in the UK has been jailed after playing Ed Sheeran over and over again at full blast.


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