Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: Former Garda commissioners including Martin Callinan, Fachtna Murphy and Noel Conroy could be hauled before the cross-party Public Accounts Committee (PAC) over the deepening garda college financial scandal.
IRELAND: A baby was rescued after a car rolled off a pier and into the water at Lough Derg in Clare.
IRELAND: More than €400,000 was stolen from member accounts in a Cork credit union in a series of “unauthorised transactions”.
WORLD: Donald Trump has insisted there was "no collusion between me and my campaign and the Russians" amid the continuing dispute over his firing of the FBI director.
WORLD: Brazil has declared an end to its public health emergency for the Zika virus.
BUSINESS: Norwegian Air has said its Cork flights to Rhode Island remain on schedule for a July start despite Boeing suspending testing of its new aircraft due to engine issues.
SPORT: Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac would not have minded being drawn with Munster given his team’s success at Thomond Park during the Six Nations in late February.
SHOWBIZ: Donald Trump has sparked a Twitter row with comedian Rosie O’Donnell over his sacking of FBI director James Comey.
FEATURES: "My sexy wife has offered to dress as Jean Byrne and read the weather." Ask Audrey gives her advice to the people of Cork.
ARTS: Ian Dury would have been 75 today. Jonathan deBurca Butler looks back on the life of one of the unique talents of the new wave era.
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