LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Fianna Fáil will not 'facilitate a Government that develops into a circus'

Here's your lunchtime bulletin.


IRELAND: Enda Kenny was asked about concerns about "instability" at the heart of government during this morning's Cabinet meeting, which was described as "cordial" and "workmanlike".

IRELAND: A nationwide Status Yellow weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann this morning.

IRELAND: Cardinal Desmond Connell, former Archbishop of Dublin, has died aged 90, it has been announced.

WORLD: Police in Spain say they have detained a man driving a truck with butane gas tanks at high speed against the flow of traffic on a major route in Barcelona.

WORLD: A group of suicide bombers armed with grenades and assault rifles have attacked a courthouse in north-western Pakistan, killing six people.

BUSINESS: Banks are committing to spending up to €1bn in “putting people out of family homes”, it has been claimed.

SPORT: An article in the next edition of South African rugby magazine, SA Rugby, has already ruffled a few feathers in Munster Rugby.


FEATURE: After years spent blazing trails with their own projects, the Casey sisters from West Cork finally got around to playing together.

SHOWBIZ: Good news for Pippa O’Connor fans! The fashionista is set to open a POCO store in Dundrum Shopping Center and unlike her other pop-ups in Limerick and Dublin, this will stay open for six weeks instead of a single weekend.

VIRAL: Wexford natives Amy Dunne, 12 and Holly O'Brien, 13 have taken to the internet to pay tribute to their cousin Paddy, who died late last year.

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