LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Latest update from Sinn Féin's Barry McElduff resignation; Met Éireann warns snow

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IRELAND: Sinn Féin’s Barry McElduff resigns following Kingsmill video controversy.

IRELAND: Met Éireann is warning that there could be snow in parts of the country this week.

IRELAND: For the first time the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) is to begin counting the number of children without a bed. 73 children were on trolleys in first fortnight of this year

IRELAND:  Tayto Park has responded to recent reports that they attempted to prevent the Department of Culture from releasing figures regarding how many animals have died at its zoo.

WORLD: US president Donald Trump has defended himself in the wake of recent disparaging comments about Haiti and African nations, declaring that "I am not a racist".

BUSINESS: Research by J&E Davy shows that there was a rise in household incomes last year up to the end of September.

SPORT: Paul Lambert has been appointed as the new manager of Stoke, the Premier League club have announced.

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SHOWBIZ: It was ladies’ night on RTÉ’s Dancing With the Stars last night - but it was the boys’ costumes that stole the show.

VIRAL: Blue Monday alert: 7 reasons why travel is good for your soul


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