MORNING BULLETIN: HSE managers will be sacked if things don't improve, says Health Minister

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IRELAND: Simon Harris: HSE managers will be sacked if things don't improve.

IRELAND: A West Cork pharmacist pleaded guilty to 20 sample counts from a 174-count indictment of fraud involving sums totalling more than €70,000 over several years.

IRELAND: Pressure is growing on Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan to step aside following further allegations she directed a smear campaign against whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe.

WORLD: The White House says Donald Trump was standing up for his daughter when he tweeted, criticising the department store Nordstrom

WORLD: Parents Against Gun Violence has compiled a shocking list of reasons people were shot in the US last month.

BUSINESS: The cost of retail rents in Dublin is expected to rise by 8% this year, according to the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland.

SPORT: "We had unbelievable opportunities and we beat ourselves. We let Scotland beat us,” says Keith Earls.


FEATURE: Celebrity romance blossoms on camera but rarely runs the coursewrites Ed Power.

VIRAL: The President of the United States has said his country, one which he says is experiencing a “big increase in traffic” from certain areas, is waiting for “Easy D”.

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