MORNING BULLETIN: Man charged in connection with Limerick murder; Drivers face raft of new road charges

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IRELAND: A man has been charged in connection with the murder of a man in Co Limerick.

IRELAND: Home values in parts of the country could hit their Celtic Tiger peaks “within a year or two” with prices nationally set to increase by up to 8% this year.

IRELAND: Motorists are facing a whole new set of road charges to make up for the loss of revenue from taxes on petrol and diesel, as the gradual shift towards electric vehicles takes place.

BUSINESS: The EU as a bigger home for Irish exports than UK is a pipe dream.

VIEWS: Seven months on from her wife’s death, Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone tells Fiachra Ó Cionnaith she is staying in politics to honour the person she lost and to ensure the social reforms Ann Louise fought for become embedded realities in modern Ireland

SPORT: Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery  Pat Gilroy must have felt the love from all over Ireland in the early months of 2012.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Man charged in connection with Limerick murder; Drivers face raft of new road charges

ARTS: The Elysian tower has loomed large over Ireland’s second city for almost a decade. While the tallest building in the Republic became a symbol of the worst excesses of the Celtic Tiger, its impact on the city’s culture and imagination, is not something that has been explored at a deeper level.

FEATURES: Making Cents: Brave new worldfor your 2018 finances.

SHOWBIZ: Celebrity Big Brother is returning to television screens with a new line-up consisting of only female stars.


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