LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Young girl detained under Mental Health Act after seeking abortion; More body parts found in Wicklow mountains

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IRELAND: A young girl who asked for an abortion was sectioned in a psychiatric unit, according to a new report.

IRELAND: More body parts have been found in the Wicklow mountains following the discovery of a torso believed to be that of a man.

IRELAND: Cllr Martin Browne of Sinn Féin Cashel has spoken of what he sees as the hypocritical, misleading and deceptive commentary that has arisen since the result of the elections in Great Britain and the North.

WORLD: Detectives in the UK have issued an e-fit of an attacker who attempted to rape a 14-year-old girl.

BUSINESS:  Limerick, long a manufacturing hub, is now on the cusp of becoming a powerhouse in the biopharma field. Ivor Downey tells Pádraig Hoare about US giant Regeneron’s swiftly-expanding mission in Raheen.

SPORT: It is almost certain that the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh will not be available for the Munster SFC final on July 2 – and the hurling decider a week later may not be held there either.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Young girl detained under Mental Health Act after seeking abortion; More body parts found in Wicklow mountains

FEATURES: One of Spain’s top female wine-makers is leading a promotion for her brand in Ireland, writes Deirdre Reynolds.

SHOWBIZ: The Kooks have announced their 'Best Of' tour to celebrate a decade of being together as a band.

VIRAL: A story about a Muslim woman gifting her neighbours food and letters about Ramadan is being praised and shared online a week after the London Bridge terror attack.


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