MORNING BULLETIN: Cork girl, 15, fled Manchester Arena amid chaos

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IRELAND: The uncle of a 15-year-old Irish girl who survived the Manchester terror attack believes a guardian angel was watching over her.

IRELAND: Around the country members are meeting the two men who want the privilege of being Taoiseach.

WORLD: The latest news from the Manchester Attack

WORLD: Rescuers have found the bodies of four climbers inside a tent on the highest camp on Mount Everest, raising the death toll this climbing season to 10.

BUSINESS: Tourism and aviation form a nexus in Ireland that has unique and multiple effects across the economy.

ANALYSIS: In relation to Ireland, the threat level from international terrorism is constantly under review and that remains the case after the Manchester bombing

SPORT: All-Ireland winning Cork football manager Conor Counihan believes the county’s decline is partly down to poor club structures.


MORNING BULLETIN: Cork girl, 15, fled Manchester Arena amid chaos

VIRAL: Cork teenagers create a rap video for mental health.

FEATURES: Lorraine Kelly tells Gabrielle Fagan how her health regime is helping her beat back the years and kick middle-age into touch and how she plans to never retire.

SHOWBIZ: There are mixed reports as to whether or not Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman tour will continue, following the terror attack that occurred after her concert in Manchester last night.

SHOWBIZ: Daniel Craig has joined Pierce Brosnan in paying tribute to their James Bond predecessor Sir Roger Moore after his death aged 89.

ARTS: Frontman for The Stranglers, Hugh Cornwell tells Ed Power why he thinks it’s important to have something to lash out against in music.


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