Here's your morning bulletin.
IRELAND: The extent to which a “clique of HSE managers” conspired to cover up the Grace foster abuse sex scandal will be investigated in the commission of inquiry after the Government was forced to change the terms of reference.
IRELAND: Lawyers acting for Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe have written to the minister for justice demanding that Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan be removed from her post for the duration of the Disclosure Tribunal.
IRELAND: Gardaí suspect an electrical source, possibly involving a television, may have caused the fire at a charity housing complex in Dublin which claimed the lives of a pregnant woman and three children.
WORLD: A fire has swept through the female section of a crowded children's shelter near Guatemala City, killing at least 22 girls and leaving dozens more injured.
WORLD: A federal judge in Honolulu has said Hawaii can proceed with the filing of what would be the first lawsuit challenging US President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
BUSINESS: Financial Services Minister Eoghan Murphy has said there is room for the Law Society and small businesses to work together to identify the costs of public liability claims.
SPORT: Former Cork captain Pat Mulcahy believes the absence of spirit in Cork hurling has manifested itself in the county’s performances at senior, U21, and minor level.
FEATURES: Marjorie Brennan talks to Yasmeen Ismail, author of the children’s book ‘I’m A Girl’, about the impact of the stories we read our daughters
VIRAL: Unfortunately for Snapchat, a filter it created to celebrate scientist Marie Curie has received criticism online for applying ‘make up’ to those who use it.
SHOWBIZ: A Harry Potter actor is in intensive care after a head-on car smash left him with a broken neck and punctured lung.
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