Here's your lunchtime news bulletin.
IRELAND: Simon Coveney has launched his Fine Gael leadership bid as Richard Bruton rules himself out. Here's what we know so far:
IRELAND: Gardaí chased a Dublin man down the platform of Mallow railway station and caught him with over €10,000 in stolen cash and thousands of euro worth of jewellery stuffed into his socks and pockets.
IRELAND: Residents fighting plans for a controversial, 11km motorway, between Cork City and the Port of Cork’s Ringaskiddy terminal, need funds to present their case to the planning appeals board.
IRELAND: Water users are being urged to take precautions after confirmation of an outbreak of Crayfish Plague on a stretch of the River Suir downstream of Clonmel to Carrick-on-Suir.
WORLD: Rolf Harris is to be released from prison on Friday, a court has heard.
WORLD: Two men have been charged with manslaughter following the death of a teenager whose body was found in the back of a car following a crash.
SPORT: GAA pundit Joe Brolly appears to have come to the rescue of Antrim’s Matthew Fitzpatrick after the footballer was hit with a proposed 48-week suspension.
SHOWBIZ: This week’s Late Late Show celebrates one of Ireland’s most beloved singers.
VIRAL: A group of students produced a fake video in order to mislead the media for a project backed by their university.
VIDEO: Here are the latest readers' pictures shortlisted for our photography competition.
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