MORNING BULLETIN: Snow and ice warning issued for parts of Ireland; Kerry Babies

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IRELAND: Kerry babies: Assault claims dismissed as ‘products of fertile imagination'

IRELAND: Eleven Traveller families are being accommodated in one of Cork’s top hotels following claims their caravans sustained storm damage earlier this month.

IRELAND: Parts of the country are back on alert for snow and ice this morning.

IRELAND: A mother has urged parents to be aware of what their teenagers post online after cyberbullying drove her daughter to attempt suicide twice.

WORLD: Kitchen microwaves across the European Union generate as much greenhouse gas as nearly seven million cars, it is claimed.

BUSINESS: Heathrow cost thrusts Dublin Airport plan in spotlight

VIEWS: The Kerry Babies Tribunal report was controversial, divisive, and raised more questions than answers. 

SPORT: Joe Schmidt was true to his word that the Six Nations is no place for experimentation as he named an experienced squad for next month’s opening games of the championship, although there was one notable and welcome exception.


VIRAL: One couple on last night’s First Dates captured the hearts of the people of Ireland but this morning our hearts were broken.

VIRAL: Irish Youtuber poses in her underwear to inspire body confidence

SHOWBIZ: Are we in danger of endorsing teen depression?

FEATURES: Brigitte Bardot has dismissed actresses who have made claims of sexual harassment in the #MeToo movement as “hypocritical”.


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