LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Finance Minister never promised to fix pension problem; Conor McGregor to return to UFC

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IRELAND: A woman convicted of murdering a man by driving him off a harbour in Co Wicklow has had her appeal rejected.

IRELAND: Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said today that he never promised to fix the pension problem for women in the Budget.

IRELAND: Campaigners set up push for defibrillators in all schools after principal saves pupil's life.

WORLD: Thousands turn out in Madrid and Barcelona shouting 'I am Spanish' to celebrate Spain's national day.

BUSINESS: Car sales fell over 10% in the first nine months of the year as Brexit continues to affect the motor trade.

SPORT: Discussions underway for Conor McGregor to return to UFC with 'record-breaking event'. 

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Finance Minister never promised to fix pension problem; Conor McGregor to return to UFC

SHOWBIZ: James Van Der Beek has shared details of his own experiences being sexually harassed by unnamed “older, powerful men”, while calling the accusations against Harvey Weinstein “criminal”.

FEATURES: Áine Mae O’Mahony became blind at the age of 25, but she discovered the strength to deal with this blow, saying we can find positivity in even the darkest times.

VIRAL: Quiz: Which film is this holiday destination from?


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