LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Dublin murder investigation underway; Ireland's Eurovision entry announced

Your lunchtime news bulletin.


IRELAND: Irish Boxing champion Ceire Smith who claimed her boxing career was damaged after she swallowed a sharp dental instrument during root canal treatment has settled her High Court action.

IRELAND: A murder investigation is underway after Dublin’s latest gangland shooting

IRELAND: A woman who has accused two Ireland and Ulster rugby players of rape has broken down in court while giving evidence for the first time.

IRELAND: The deprivation gap in Ireland between vulnerable citizens — such as lone parents and people with a disability — and other adults is the largest of a group of 11 EU countries and for more than a decade.

WORLD: Adult film star Stormy Daniels has denied claims of a 2006 sexual relationship with Donald Trump.

BUSINESS: With the 2018 CAO deadline up tomorrow, Leaving Cert students will be busy considering their options for third-level study and their future career.

SPORT: GAA revenues increased by €5million in 2017


FEATURES: Former Fair City and Britain's Got Talent star announced as Ireland's Eurovision entry

SHOWBIZ: First Dates' first ever sign language date warmed the hearts of the nation



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