MORNING BULLETIN: Perfect storm building for housing crisis; Garda awarded €105k damages

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IRELAND: The deepening housing crisis could be heading for a perfect storm, with one new report showing record high rents and plummeting stock, and another report projecting a 20% rise in house prices in the next three years

IRELAND: Garda awarded €105k damages over gang assault.

IRELAND: CUH ‘failed to isolate’ infection-risk patients.

IRELAND: Tallaght Gardaí hold man overnight in connection with murder investigation.

BUSINESS: Home renovation plan ‘supported 30,000 jobs’.

WORLD: Tories accused of u-turn as revealed MPs will get vote on Brexit deal.

SPORT: Cork bids to unite ‘wider Gaelic games family’.


MORNING BULLETIN: Perfect storm building for housing crisis; Garda awarded €105k damages

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SHOWBIZ: Eamonn Holmes tops list of best breakfast show hosts.


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