MORNING BULLETIN: Met Éireann issues new rainfall warning for Donegal, Body recovered from car after Cork cliff fall

Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on this morning.


IRELAND: A body has been recovered after a car went over the cliff at the Old Head of Kinsale in Cork yesterday evening.

IRELAND: One of the country’s biggest bin companies is increasing its prices, but not because of the new waste-collection measures that come into effect next month.

IRELAND: Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow rainfall warning for Donegal as heavy rain is expected to strike the county again.

WORLD: A man has died after being struck by a police car on its way to an emergency call in Brighton, England.

WORLD: Coaches and school chiefs in Colorado have been suspended amid a police child abuse investigation, following "extremely distressing" videos that show high school cheerleaders screaming in pain while being pushed into splits during practice.

ANALYSIS: When 240 refugees arrived in Ballaghaderreen the sheer decency of rural Ireland shone through - which makes the contrast with the official response of the Department of Justice all the more stark, writes Victoria White. 

BUSINESS: The main Irish unit of US software giant Adobe paid just $41m (€34.7m) in corporation tax last year, despite its revenues rising by 19% to $2.23bn (€1.88bn).

SPORT: All-Ireland winning Cork football manager Conor Counihan has welcomed the appointment of Ronan McCarthy, saying he hopes the Douglas man “gets the time he needs in the new job”.


MORNING BULLETIN: Met Éireann issues new rainfall warning for Donegal, Body recovered from car after Cork cliff fall

VIRAL: A group of adorable therapy dogs are being brought into Vancouver International Airport to help ease the stress and anxiety that travellers may encounter on their journeys.

SHOWBIZ: Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale has said he will miss his role of a coach on ITV’s The Voice but labelled it a “great experience”.

FEATURES: Carol O’Callaghan goes behind the scenes of a new RTÉ Player home interiors programme that transforms a room in just 24 hours.


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