MORNING BULLETIN: More consideration given to Humphries than victim says DRCC; Clinton team funded research into Trump's Russia ties

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IRELAND: More consideration was given by the judge to sex abuser Tom Humphries than to his victim, according to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC).

IRELAND: The old terminal at Cork Airport is to be demolished, with management announcing plans for a 40-acre business park, from which some revenue will be used for marketing initiatives to attract more tourists.

IRELAND: The longest-running planning saga in An Bord Pleanála’s history is set to drag on after it deferred, for the seventh time, a decision on plans for an incinerator in the Cork Harbour area.

WORLD: Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund political research into President Donald Trump that ultimately produced a dossier of allegations about his ties to Russia, a source has said.

ANALYSIS: While politicians of all stripes line up to criticise the banks, Philip Lane, the Central Bank governor, has been reserved. So far, it seems to be working, writes Michael Clifford.

SPORT: Monday night’s meeting of the Cork County Board wasn’t solely concerned with the future of long-serving secretary Frank Murphy.

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MORNING BULLETIN: More consideration given to Humphries than victim says DRCC; Clinton team funded research into Trump's Russia ties

VIRAL: A photo of the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is raising questions after reports that it has been digitally manipulated.

FEATURES: Esther N McCarthy picks her top ten themed treats for Halloween.

SHOWBIZ: Actress Anna Faris has told how she was made to feel “small” when a film director slapped her on the bottom while on set.


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