LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Shocking footage shows sulky crash in Kilkenny; Dutch government partially liable for Srebrenica massacre

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IRELAND: An alarming video of a sulky crash showing the driver being flung into the air has appeared online.

IRELAND: Iarnród Éireann has apologised and offered a full refund to customers after one of its trains took almost seven hours to travel from Cork to Dublin.

IRELAND: The same cladding used in the multi-fatality Grenfell tower block in London was installed at County Hall, the headquarters of Cork County Council.

BUSINESS: A family of confectioners who were the creators of ‘emeralds’ sweets has lost an appeal over whether there were rights-of-way over their former factory lands in Co Donegal.

WORLD: The Dutch government is partially liable for the deaths of some 300 Muslim men murdered by Bosnian Serb forces in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, an appeals court has ruled.

WORLD: Three CNN journalists have resigned, following a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a meeting between an associate of US president Donald Trump and the head of a Russian investment fund.

SPORT: The British and Irish Lions have drawn 31-31 with the Hurricanes in Wellington


LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Shocking footage shows sulky crash in Kilkenny; Dutch government partially liable for Srebrenica massacre

FEATURES: Within easy reach and open all hours, Robert Hume pays tribute to the automated telling machine (ATM), or ‘hole-in-the-wall’, which celebrates its 50th birthday today.

SHOWBIZ: Fresh from his Glastonbury appearance, Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be embarking on a UK and Europe stadium tour.

ARTS: A tragic death overshadowed the fun and games at the annual Body & Soul music festival, writes Ellie O’Byrne.


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