MORNING BULLETIN: Taoiseach to discuss Brexit on visit to North; Dubai residential skyscraper engulfed in flames

Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com this morning.

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IRELAND: The Taoiseach is expected to lay out his Brexit stall during his first visit to the North today. Leo Varadkar will meet with politicians in Belfast for the first time since taking office.

IRELAND: The sister of Irish businessman Jason Corbett testified that her brother told her several times, starting a year before he died, that he wanted to move back to Ireland.

IRELAND: The HSE is being urged to review all its IT systems after a major glitch went undetected for six years.

IRELAND: The road safety message this bank holiday weekend is to be aware of the dangers of driving while tired.

WORLD: A fire broke out after midnight in one of the world's tallest residential towers in Dubai, engulfing part of the skyscraper and sending chunks of debris plummeting below.

BUSINESS: Long delays for holidaymakers at major European airports including Dublin could lead to short-to-long term opportunities for smaller airports like Cork and Shannon, the head of the Irish Travel Agents Association has said.

SPORT: Tim Harford has a new book out, Fifty Things That Made The Modern World. Michael Moynihan applied the template to the Galway-Tipperary hurling rivalry.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Taoiseach to discuss Brexit on visit to North; Dubai residential skyscraper engulfed in flames

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SHOWBIZ: Justin Bieber will not be charged for hitting a celebrity photographer with his pickup truck.

SHOWBIZ: When police in Canada received a dog’s last wish, they helped out in heart-warming style.


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