LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man dies following attack at filling station in Cork

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IRELAND: A man has died and a second is in hospital following an assault at a filling station near Fermoy in County Cork last night.

IRELAND: The chief executive of the child and family agency says there is no evidence that staff at TUSLA acted with malice of intent in the case of Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe.

IRELAND: A teenager who captured the hearts of people with a heartbreaking video in a bid to raise money to help with her rare cancer treatment has suffered a worrying health setback.

WORLD: German police have rushed to a vocational school in the western town of Menden after an alarm was triggered indicating a possible armed attack.

WORLD: An American fundraising campaign called "Muslims unite to repair Jewish cemetery" has managed to exceed its target of $20,000 in just three hours.

BUSINESS: Banks in Ireland had sought since 2009 to play down the tracker mortgage scandal which has had a “catastrophic” effect on customers, an expert in tracker mortgages has alleged at the Oireachtas Finance Committee.

SPORT: Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have confirmed that they will not change his mechanics for the forthcoming Formula One season.


LIFESTYLE: More and more people aspire to be bloggers and digital influencers for a living now that they’ve seen how successful some have become. If you want to know how you can do it too, read this.

SHOWBIZ: Lawyers had to be called to the RTÉ studios last weekend after a ball got stuck between two amounts during the big wheel spin.

VIRAL: Kerrygold is now banned in Wisconsin due to a protectionist law the state passed 47 years ago.

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