MORNING BULLETIN: Terror attack in Ireland unlikely; More victims of London Bridge attack named

Here's your morning news bulletin.


IRELAND: Gardaí have not changed the threat level here following a further assessment, with sources saying that “nothing” has emerged to increase the risk.

IRELAND: Settlement and compensation payouts by the State to victims of “negligence, incompetence, and neglect” in Irish hospitals have totalled almost €500m since 2011, the Irish Examiner can reveal.

IRELAND: More than 120,000 students will begin their State exams this morning.

WORLD: An Australian nurse and a man from France have been named among the victims of the London Bridge terror attack on Saturday night.

WORLD: US President Donald Trump has wished sacked FBI director James Comey luck ahead of his upcoming congressional testimony.

BUSINESS: One in five Irish employees would be prepared to pay a bribe or act unethically if they knew it would lead to a pay rise — while almost half of Irish employees believe corruption is widespread, a survey has found.

SPORT: Sport Ireland anti-doping chief Dr Una May has taken issue with a number of claims made by Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice in relation to Brendan O’Sullivan’s case.


MORNING BULLETIN: Terror attack in Ireland unlikely; More victims of London Bridge attack named

FEATURES: As a million tonnes of food is dumped here each year, FoodCloud collects surplus food from businesses and distributes it to local charities, writes Donal O’Keeffe.

SHOWBIZ: Actor George Clooney's wife Amal has given birth to twins, the couple's publicist said.

VIRAL: Dublin's Wax Museum says it has had to take preventative action to protect its Donald Trump statue.


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