MORNING BULLETIN: Garda HR boss quits police ethics committee; Inquests to open on London Bridge terror victims

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IRELAND: The civilian head of human resources in An Garda Siochána, John Barrett, who found himself in conflict with the Garda Commissioner, has stepped down as the force’s representative on the Policing Authority’s Ethics committee.

IRELAND: A 19-day delay in the handover of the revamped Páirc Uí Chaoimh GAA stadium in Cork could cost the local economy up to €25m in lost game-day revenue.

IRELAND: The undertaker who made world headlines when he transported a decommissioned Boeing 767 by sea to his planned glamping village, has hit out at banks who he claimed treat the west of Ireland as a “no-go area”.

WORLD: Inquests into the deaths of the London Bridge terror attack victims will open today.

WORLD: Internet-based companies should "show more responsibility" over extremist material and online methods for carrying out terror attacks, the head of counter-terrorism policing in Britain has said.

BUSINESS: Accumulated profits at the marketing company owned by Irish international footballer Shane Long rose nearly €53,000 to €360,332 last year, new accounts show.

SPORT: Stuart Hogg's collision with Conor Murray's elbow has seen him ruled out of the rest of the British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.


MORNING BULLETIN: Garda HR boss quits police ethics committee; Inquests to open on London Bridge terror victims

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