Here's your morning bulletin.
IRELAND: The Government is being urged to make use of the tens of thousands of empty homes around the country to help end the homeless crisis.
IRELAND: The Government looks set to apologise to gay men who were convicted of sexual offences before laws on homosexuality were decriminalised in 1993.
IRELAND: A troubled father who stabbed his wife to death and critically injured his daughter, bent down to kiss her as she cradled her dying mother, before taking his own life. Their daughter recalls tragedy at parents’ double inquest.
WORLD: President Donald Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch, a fast-rising conservative judge, to the Supreme Court, setting up a clash with Democrats.
WORLD: A man has been shot dead by police on Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard after a stabbing spree left three people injured.
BUSINESS: Global online ticketing firm Eventbrite has cemented its place as one of Europe’s largest ticketing providers following the purchase of Dutch company Ticketscript — which could mean expansion at its Cork base in the future.
SPORT: Rhys Marshall is virtually stuck for words when it comes to describing his emotions when lining out in a Munster rugby jersey in front of a packed Thomond Park Stadium.
FEATURE: The 50-plus man is having a fashion moment. Carolyn Moore suggests you channel your inner Brad or Bond.
VIRAL: 12 indoor sports to try if you really hate the cold.
VIDEO: Watch Nanny 085 try to straighten out the CCCahoots kids!
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