MORNING BULLETIN: Molly Martens and father jailed for at least 20 years; Largest private landlord charges monthly €2,600 rent

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IRELAND: Corbett trial: Molly Martens and father jailed for at least 20 years

IRELAND: A college grants scheme for asylum seekers is being extended.

IRELAND: The Department of Health has  spent almost €100,000researching alcohol labels.

IRELAND: Almost 6,000 people over the age of 75 have spent more than 24 hours in emergency departments.

WORLD: North Korea has spelled out its plan to launch a volley of ballistic missiles towards Guam, dismissing US president Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury" as "a load of nonsense".

BUSINESS: One of the country’s largest private housing landlords ischarging rents of between €1,111 and €2,600 a month for its apartments.

SPORT:  Relief all round as Ireland Women win nail-biter against Australia.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Molly Martens and father jailed for at least 20 years; Largest private landlord charges monthly €2,600 rent

ARTS: Fred Astaire and Charlotte Rampling were among the stars of a film made in West Cork 40 years ago.It gets its first ever showing in the region today, writes Marjorie Brennan. 

FEATURES: The critical reaction to Brooklyn Beckham’s book of photography shows that while being a child of celebrity parents can open doors, it can also lead to unrealistic expectations, says Carolyn Moore.

SHOWBIZ: Halle Berry has thanked her mother for refusing to give her money when she was living in a homeless shelter while trying to forge a career in acting.

 


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