MORNING BULLETIN: Tina Satchwell's husband says he 'could never harm' his wife; Maurice McCabe breaks down in witness box

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IRELAND: ‘I could never harm my wife, never’ says husband of missing Tina Satchwell.

IRELANDAt 3.25pm yesterday Sgt Maurice McCabe broke down. He had been giving evidence since 10.12am with an hour break. 

IRELAND: There is a fresh appeal for the public's help in finding more than a dozen exotic birds that escaped from Dublin's Marlay Park.

IRELAND: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has all but confirmed the demise of his much-feted Strategic Communications Unit (SCU), saying it is “distracting” from the work of Government.

VIEWS: FERGUS FINLAY: Whatever way you slice it we can get through it with dynamic duo.

BUSINESS: A US company which makes heart monitoring devices is set to create 600 Irish-based jobs after choosing the Mid-West as the location for an €80m facility to make heart valve components.

SPORTAnd so 82 National League fixtures shoehorned for five March weekends will be ramrodded into four.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Tina Satchwell's husband says he 'could never harm' his wife; Maurice McCabe breaks down in witness box

SHOWBIZ: Former BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull diagnosed with prostate cancer.

FEATURES: Perfect choice: Lynne Ramsay on casting Joaquin Phoenix in You Were Never Really Here.

CULTURE: David Kitt tells Ed Power why it makes good sense to have two different music personas.


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