LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Every lie told to Disclosures Tribunal will be a waste of taxpayers' money, warns judge

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IRELANDA judge has issued a hard-hitting warning to anyone who misleads a public inquiry into allegations Garda chiefs orchestrated a smear campaign against a high-profile whistleblower.

IRELANDGardaí have upgraded the inquiry into the death of an elderly man in Waterford to murder.

IRELANDIt is reported today that dozens of schools have received letters from the government, notifying them of their 'surplus staff'.

WORLDDonald Trump's choice to be US navy secretary has said he is withdrawing from consideration for the post, citing concerns about privacy and separating himself from his business interests.

WORLDNorth Korea has executed five senior security officials for making false reports to leader Kim Jong Un, according to South Korea's intelligence agency.

BUSINESSRetailer SuperValu said that it plans to add 190 jobs to its network with the opening of three new stores this year.

SPORTCork chairman Ger Lane says the county may have to change the scheduling policy for their club championships on the basis of Saturday’s Congress motions to introduce the ‘Super 8’ All-Ireland senior football championships and August All-Ireland finals.


SHOWBIZMoonlight has been awarded the best picture Oscar after La La Land was handed it in an unprecedented mix-upThe accountancy firm which oversees the results of the Oscars, PwC, has apologised and said Warren Beatty was given the wrong envelope. Here are all the winners.

VIRAL: It's official, the classic Nokia 3310 is making a comeback. The updated version of the 3310 features the classic mobile game snake and a month-long stand-by battery life.

FEATUREOn this day in 1997, divorce was legalised in Ireland. Jonathan deBurca Butler looks at how we’ve fared since.


Much has been said about the perils of being stuck in the house 24/7, like family pets interrupting your important conference calls, your partner leaving their dirty dishes everywhere and the lack of respite from the kids.Silver lining: Seven enforced money-saving habits you might want to continue after lockdown

Put you and your loved ones' pop-culture knowledge to the test with Arts Editor Des O'Driscoll's three fiendishly fun quiz rounds.Scene and Heard: the Arts Ed's family entertainment quiz

A passion for heritage and the discovery of some nifty new software has resulted in an Irish architect putting colour on thousands of old photographs, writes Marjorie BrennanBringing the past to life

Richard Hogan, family psychotherapist, addresses a reader's question about life during lockdownHolding on: how to help your child through the crisis

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