MORNING BULLETIN: Need to deal with 'sad legacies of the past'

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IRELAND: Infants were taken from their mothers and sold, starved, trafficked, and in some cases denied life itself, Taoiseach Enda Kenny said in relation to the Tuam buried babies scandal.

IRELAND: A number of people are understood to be recovering in hospital after an overnight fire in Dublin.

IRELAND: A woman queuing up for a space in a disabled parking zone took photographs of a man who parked ahead of her and he grabbed her phone and threw it back into her car.

WORLD: China has proposed that North Korea suspend its nuclear and missile activities in exchange for a halt in joint military drills conducted by the US and South Korea.

WORLD: Britain's Former Tory Cabinet minister Lord Heseltine says he has been sacked after rebelling over Brexit.

BUSINESS: A modest recovery underway in the global economy is at risk from economic nationalism and diverging central bank policies.

SPORT: Following their shock Allianz League defeat to Clare in Ennis at the weekend, the Cork senior football management met for a crisis meeting at a Cork city hotel on Monday evening.


MORNING BULLETIN: Need to deal with 'sad legacies of the past'

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VIRAL: There has been a strong backlash to an opinion piece printed in The Times, a UK newspaper, which disparaged Ireland’s “tenuous claim to nationhood”.

SHOWBIZ: A fifth and final new home will join the cast of Gogglebox Ireland this week.


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