LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Public tribunal into McCabe scandal will replace Commission of Inquiry

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IRELAND: Taoiseach Enda Kenny has assured Fianna Fáil that a public tribunal of inquiry into the Maurice McCabe scandal will replace the Commission of Inquiry proposed last week

IRELAND: With people of all ages now addicted to prescription drugs, Ann Murphy talks to a Cork GP who loses an average of five young patients a year to drug overdoses.

IRELAND: DUP leader Arlene Foster has insisted it is wrong to portray her as anti-Irish language.

WORLD: The half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has been killed in Malaysia, according to reports.

WORLD: A man has been arrested following an armed stand-off in a residential street following reports that a woman was being held.

BUSINESS: The Government has little room for significant tax cuts despite the European Commission projecting the economy here will grow at a healthy rate through 2018, according to analysts.

SPORT: Rob Kearney could miss Ireland’s three remaining Six Nations games.

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SHOWBIZ: It is reported Disney has cut ties with the world's highest-paid Youtuber, after he was accused of posting anti-Semitic videos.

VIRAL: Two years and hundreds of hours of video footage in and around the beautiful Lough Derg have been edited down into what is five minutes and 24 seconds of spectacular must see video that we think is guaranteed to move you.

FEATURE: Suzanne Harrington has embraced the wonderful potential of digital dating for the mature woman.



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