LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Information card given to priests accused of sexual violence; 911 fewer patients on trolleys

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IRELAND: Wallet-sized information card given to priests accused of sexual violence.

IRELAND: The Health Minister says 911 fewer patients have been left on hospital trolleys this month than the same time in October.

IRELAND: Two men have been ordained to the priesthood at the Pro Cathedral in Dublin this morning.

WORLD: A new accuser has claimed she was sexually assaulted by Roy Moore in a locked car when she was a teenager in the 1970s, further rocking the Alabama Republican's race for an open Senate seat.

BUSINESS: Insurance giant Aviva has swooped for rival Friends First in a €130 million bid that would make it one of Ireland’s largest insurers.

SPORT:  Sweden celebrated qualifying for the World Cup by absolutely destroying a San Siro TV set. 

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Information card given to priests accused of sexual violence; 911 fewer patients on trolleys

VIRAL: The most famous job in Ireland is vacant and if you feel you have the gift of the gab then you could be the next ’Keeper of the Blarney Stone’.

SHOWBIZ: Meghan Markle could be leavingUS drama Suits, according to reports.

ARTS: Cork actress Molly Lynch tells Ellie O’Byrne ‘Sunset Boulevard’ is about pitfalls of stardom.


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