LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: HSE allegedly pressured woman to sign insurance form; Appointment of Attorney General mired in controversy

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IRELAND: A man is due to appear at Longford District Court this morning in connection with a number of alleged sex offences at a Midlands GAA grounds.

IRELAND: Fianna Fáil's Justice Spokesman Jim O' Callaghan, has said the appointment of the former Attorney General Máire Whelan to the Court of Appeal is mired in controversy and his party has a serious issue with it.

IRELAND: The HSE is under fire from a woman who says her health was endangered in a hospital where she was pressured to sign an insurance form.

WORLD: There are reports that the cladding on the London tower block destroyed by a fire may have accelerated the blaze.

WORLD: A man has been detained by armed police outside the Palace of Westminster in London.

BUSINESS: The first store in the newly-developed €50m retail and office complex at the old Capitol Cineplex site in Cork opened its doors yesterday.

SPORT: Rory McIlroy's pre-tournament boast that "you might as well pack your bags and go home" if you can't hit Erin Hills 60-yard wide fairways came home to haunt him last night.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: HSE allegedly pressured woman to sign insurance form; Appointment of Attorney General mired in controversy

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SHOWBIZ: Over the years the world has watched Miley Cyrus transform from sweet innocent Hannah Montana to the tongue-wagging woman she is now, who appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to discuss the reason why she stopped smoking weed.

VIRAL: Just as the drama unfolds among the many closed Facebook groups, one closed group is celebrating their community by making waves in the world of publishing.


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