Here's your morning bulletin.
IRELAND: Enda Kenny has been given days to resign as Taoiseach or he will face a motion of no confidence in his leadership early next week.
IRELAND: The HSE will not explain why the “clerical error” at the centre of the false Tusla sex abuse claims against whistleblower Maurice McCabe failed to be registered as a data protection breach.
IRELAND: A UCC study of more than 1,000 newborns found almost half (46%) were deficient in vitamin D, rising to 62% in wintertime.
WORLD: Police are examining dramatic video that captured a shooting that killed a toddler and a man who is believed to have been the intended target.
WORLD: A second woman has been arrested in connection with the killing of North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's half brother at a busy airport.
BUSINESS: Cork comes bottom of eight regions nationally for labour participation — in an economic study released by Ibec — but scores the highest in the country for the most IDA-supported jobs.
SPORT: A trio of former Arsenal stars have turned on Arsene Wenger and his players after a humiliating 5-1 Champions League thrashing at Bayern Munich.
FEATURE: An exhibition of postcards allows Irish women to anonymously post a confession
VIRAL: If you've ever thought about squeezing yourself into a tight one-piece to look slim in something else that's tight, check out these viral pics first.
SHOWBIZ: Julia Roberts' attorneys, Ryan Wm. Nord, Howard Fishman and Juliet Evens of HWHM+F, have confirmed that their client has never been in contact with Ryan Tubridy in any form or through anyone else.
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