Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: A larger anti-terrorism unit, more armed gardaí on the streets, round-the-clock regional support units and specially trained garda dispatchers for terrorist and firearms incidents are all being put in place to deal with potential terror threats.
IRELAND: The Government and public service unions have reached a draft agreement on a pay deal to succeed the Lansdowne Road Agreement
IRELAND: One of Cork’s most historic hotels, the Metropole, is poised for a €50m investment that will double its rooms tally, add shops at ground level, and see the construction of another three-star hotel to be called The M.
WORLD: British voters will go to the polls today after one of the strangest General Election campaigns of modern times in the country.
WORLD: A navy ship has found bodies and aircraft debris in the seas off Burma while searching for a military transport plane carrying 120 people, a spokesman said.
BUSINESS: The housing market could be heading into another bubble and Government and regulators should be ready to act, the OECD has warned.
SPORT: Munster are set to post a surplus of €310,000 this season, a considerable turnaround from the €1.93m deficit in 2015/16.
FEATURES: A secret code language, the power to upgrade seats, off-the-menu dining... being a flight attendant is more interesting than you’d think, reveals Brandon Presser
SHOWBIZ: Ariana Grande is resuming her tour after postponing a string of shows following the terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester.
VIRAL: The term “hero” is often used so much that it’s in danger of losing its meaning, but it couldn’t be more appropriate to describe this Illinois man.
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