MORNING BULLETIN: Teenage girl was thrown up to 10m through car’s front window in crash; Church keeps sex abuse redress property

Pop on the kettle, here are this morning's headlines. 


IRELAND: A 14-year-old girl was thrown through the front window of a car and found dead around 5m-10m away in a field in Kerry.

IRELAND: Six properties promised to the State by the Catholic Church in 2002 still remain outside full public ownership 15 years later.

WORLD: The gunman who killed 26 people at a small-town Texas church went aisle to aisle looking for victims and shot crying babies at point-blank range.

ANALYSIS: The rail review and transport forum are what Minister Ross should be focused on rather than Old Trafford or Pyongyang.

BUSINESSPrimark, the low-cost clothing retailer headquartered in Dublin and which trades here as Penneys, has indicated that it is open to the idea of opening more stores in Ireland.

SPORT: Roy Keane didn’t disappoint when asked about Peter Schmeichel by a Danish journalist.


FEATURE: Brendan Gleeson tells Esther McCarthy about the fun he had working on ‘Paddington 2’, and his mixed feelings about Cork GAA.

FEATURE: Michael Mortell tells Carolyn Moore he was surprised how easy it was to tap back into his fashion brain after a decade in interiors.

FEATURE: Caomhan Keane uncorks what being in a wine club is all about, from setting a budget to how many people to invite.




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