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IRELAND: A defiant Leo Varadkar and his ministers are standing over the appointment of the former attorney general to a top judicial job despite mounting threats by Fianna Fáil to force a snap general election.
IRELAND: As talks on Brexit formally begin in Brussels later today, it has been claimed that Irish companies may need to be subsidised to the tune of €300m to €400m per year in order to help them trade through the disruption.
IRELAND: Ireland has the fourth highest teen suicide rate in the EU/OECD region, according to UNICEF.
WORLD: One man has died and eight people have been taken to hospital after a van was driven into pedestrians near a north London mosque.
WORLD: Eerie footage from inside the burnt-out remains of Grenfell Tower has offered a harrowing first glimpse of the extent of the disaster.
BUSINESS: As talks on Brexit formally begin in Brussels later today, it has been claimed that Irish companies may need to be subsidised to the tune of €300m to €400m per year in order to help them trade through the disruption.
SPORT: Enda McEvoy looks at five things we learned from Cork's win over Waterford in yesterday's Munster Hurling Championship semi-final at Semple Stadium.
ARTS: Epic was how one man described Jenny Greene's gig as people left Live at the Marquee on a euphoric high, and even that description fell short.
FEATURE: Andrea Mara tries to figure out: which is easier, going out to work or being a stay-at-home mother? Other mothers weigh in
OUTDOORS: This is the last of Dick Warner’s hugely popular columns following his death last Friday. Here, he discusses birds’ nests and eggs.
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