Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: Half of the Cabinet has yet to put through a single piece of legislation, a year after the Government’s formation.
IRELAND: Mona Lynch has been a close friend of Mary McDonnell’s for nearly half a century. Currently studying an MA in creative writing at the age of 76, she writes about the life Mary has had, and what the future might hold for her and her daughter, Sinead.
IRELAND: A man in his mid-40s is in hospital after a collision in County Tipperary overnight.
BUSINESS: Workers are, in general, losing out in the economy, writes Brian Lucey.
WORLD: British Prime Minister Theresa May has dismissed claims she is at loggerheads with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker over her Brexit negotiating strategy as just "Brussels gossip".
WORLD: Listening to your heart really could be the key to communicating on an emotional level, if this latest scientific study is anything to go by.
ANALYSIS: Just because the Citizens’ Assembly has recommended a woman’s right to choose, that doesn’t mean the citizenry will endorse that position in a vote, says Michael Clifford.
SPORT: Club membership numbers are dropping but plenty people are still playing golf. Kevin Markham weighs up the membership route against the nomadic green fees option.
FEATURES: Is Kim Kardashian a celebrity to aspire to or one to be held up as an example of who-not-to-be? Our writers Róisín Burke and Ellie O’Byrne battle it out. Which side are you one?
ARTS: Anne Rynne knew she’d be referred to as the sister of Barry and Christy Moore, but that didn’t stop her recording her first album at the age of 68, writes Trish Flanagan.
VIRAL: A pair of quick-thinking sailors rescued three people from the water after their speedboat sank in the Solent.
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