LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Some landlords flouting laws to evict tenants; Ireland needs to 'beef' up its EU presence

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IRELAND: Boiler may have caused Louth explosion that killed man and injured two others.

IRELAND: Ireland needs to 'beef' up its presence in Europe as a result of Brexit says Taoiseach.

IRELAND: Some landlords in Corkare flouting laws to evict tenants, says housing charity.

WORLD: New earth-like planet found 11 light years from our solar system.

BUSINESS: Scotland to become first country to introduce minimum unit pricing for alcohol.

SPORT:  Former players hit out at 'clueless' performance against Denmark, saying 'it was all over the place'.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Some landlords flouting laws to evict tenants; Ireland needs to 'beef' up its EU presence

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