Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com this morning.
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IRELAND: A campaign combat racism on public transport from the National Transport Authority will be launched later today.
IRELAND: New laws to use over-the-shop premises as residences, to set up a special empty-homes unit, and to appoint dedicated officers to progress ‘vacant hot-spot’ areas are among plans to improve housing.
IRELAND: An Air Corps official has rejected claims that inspection reports at the centre of legal cases against the State were deliberately destroyed, describing the allegations as malicious.
WORLD: A man accused of driving a car into a crowd of anti-fascist protesters in Virginia was fascinated with Nazism, idolised Adolf Hitler and had been singled out at school for his "deeply held, radical" convictions on race, a teacher has said.
WORLD: Police were forced to break up a fight involving 30 people over augmented reality game Pokemon Go in England.
BUSINESS: Irish consumers are hunting for more sale bargains as they become increasingly cautious about their personal finances, according to a new report.
SPORT: An evenly balanced game lurched decisively Waterford’s way when Munster champions Cork lost Damien Cahalane to a second yellow card, writes Michael Moynihan.
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FEATURES: Deciding to get married abroad need not be the hassle many imagine. Paula Burns tells how she planned her upcoming wedding in Spain.
ARTS: The death of SoundCloud could mean the erasure of a decade of internet sound culture, sending a wave of worry through the music world, writes Jenna Wortham.
SHOWBIZ: The life of boxing legend Muhammad Ali is to be given a musical makeover, it is reported.
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