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WORLD: A gunman opened fire at a Florida high school killing 17 people. Sheriff Scott Israel of Broward County said the 19-year-old suspect is in custody.
IRELAND: Sinn Féin is expected to outline the party's next move after powersharing talks in Northern Ireland broke down.
IRELAND: Ireland’s spiralling rental crisis is failing to be addressed because one in every five TDs are landlords and have a clear conflict of interest on the issue, campaigners have warned.
IRELAND: Fianna Fáil is claiming there are still serious doubts about whether the National Broadband Plan can be delivered.
IRELAND: Pubs in rural areas have to turn over at least €8,000 per week or they may not survive, according to a new report.
BUSINESS: The number of high fliers at the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) paid more than €100,000 has jumped by six, to 246.
SPORT: Ulster’s New Zealand-born Ireland and Lions star Jared Payne has given the broadest hint yet that he is on the cusp of retiring by taking up an Ulster coaching role.
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SHOWBIZ: Stars have called for tighter gun controls in the US after at least 17 people were killed in a school shooting in Florida on Valentine’s Day.
SHOWBIZ: Luke Wilson has been hailed as “heroic” after his car was clipped in a crash that injured golfer Bill Haas and killed a Ferrari driver.
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