LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Tracker mortgage victims compensated by June; Skiing in Armagh

Your lunchtime news bulletin.


IRELAND: All those hit by the tracker mortgage scandal should have their money back and compensation paid by the end of June.

IRELAND: The pro-life campaign has described the Minister for Health Simon Harris' speech in the Dáil last on the Eighth Amendment as "deeply divisive and mean-spirited"

IRELAND:  A roof has been blown off a house in North Dublin after high winds overnight.

IRELAND: A young woman who was evicted from a flat after losing her rent allowance was found dead in a tent in Cork city after taking a lethal cocktail of drugs, an inquest has heard.

WORLD:  Address causes of populism and do not make fake news an excuse for censorship: Human Rights Watch

SPORT: Pat Horgan has blasted disciplinary officials for standing over the Cork forward’s controversial suspension for the glamour Allianz Hurling League opener at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.


VIRAL: Yes, a man actually went skiing down a snowy hill in Ireland

VIRAL: Guinness has introduced its first non-alcoholic lager.

SHOWBIZ: Ticketmaster's new 'Verified Fan' system is coming to Ireland



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