MORNING BULLETIN: Justin Trudeau holds talks in Dublin; North Korea launches ballistic missile in new test

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IRELAND: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to hold talks today with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

IRELAND: Bedsits may be on the way back as the Government examines a number of measures to solve the housing crisis. Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy said he is examining the controversial measure.

IRELAND: Tax exemptions for GAA players and other sports-people have been mooted by newly promoted minister of state for tourism and sports Brendan Griffin.

BUSINESS: SuperValu remains narrowly ahead of rival Tesco in the tussle for shoppers with the grocery market growing at the fastest rate since January 2017, according to the latest Kantar Worldpanel market share figures.

WORLD: North Korea launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Tuesday that flew for a longer time than previous such projectiles, landing in waters near its bitter rival, Japan.

SPORT: The Dublin hurling camp is “totally disgusted” at being forced to play Tipperary in their own backyard this Saturday

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MORNING BULLETIN: Justin Trudeau holds talks in Dublin; North Korea launches ballistic missile in new test

FEATURES: We’re heading for a situation where there is more plastic in the sea than fish. It has even entered the food chain

FEATURES: Team Ireland will be playing at the European Quidditch Games this weekend, July 7- 9 in Oslo, Norway.

SHOWBIZ: Actor Drake Bell has paid tribute to his actress ex-girlfriend who found fame impersonating celebrities on YouTube.


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