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IRELAND: Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s closest allies within Cabinet face being wiped out once he leaves office, the Irish Examiner can reveal.
IRELAND: Political Editor Daniel McConnell looks at the top three contenders to be the next Fine Gael leader.
IRELAND: A woman who appeared in the first season of RTE's First Dates Ireland is due to be sentenced today for harassing celebrity chef Dylan McGrath.
WORLD: Robert Harward has turned down an offer to be President Donald Trump's new national security adviser, the latest blow to the new administration.
WORLD: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has described his worry over the spread of fake news on the network and how social media risks "fragmenting" users' sense of reality.
BUSINESS: Norwegian Air says that it remains fully committed to starting Cork flights to the US in July despite its share price dropping sharply on the back of rising costs for its expanding transatlantic fleet.
SPORT: Munster Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus stressed this week that he will only sign overseas players when it is absolutely necessary to do so.
FEATURE: Andrea Mara is the Irish Endangered Bodies representative. She shares her concerns about cosmetic surgery games aimed at children as young as three
VIRAL: Despite Donald Trump's protest his administration was in fact well-run, people weren’t convinced it was quite the “fine-tuned machine” Trump had insisted it was.
SHOWBIZ: Police are investigating claims pop star Justin Bieber headbutted a man after fighting two bartenders.
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