MORNING BULLETIN: Two die working to repair storm damage; Judge reveals €17,000 overcharging

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IRELAND: Two die in Cork and Wicklow while working to repair storm damage.

IRELAND: Judge reveals €17,000 overcharging ‘to give heart to others’.

IRELAND: Global medical software company Vitalograph isannouncing 50 new jobs as part of a significant expansion in County Clare.

WORLD: A powerful typhoon has caused flooding and landslides along the Pacific coast of Japan, killing at least two people.

ANALYSIS: Reflecting on the battle against Cork Harbour incinerator plan.

SPORT: The little All-Ireland went home yesterday, the Cork county senior hurling final leaving Páirc Uí Rinn on the Boreenmanna Road, and landing down the hill in the refurbished Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Two die working to repair storm damage; Judge reveals €17,000 overcharging

OUTDOORS: The islands of Ireland: The hidden church off the coast of Kerry.

ARTS: Blogging couple Elaine and Dave Murray have a globe-trotting relationship which they share on their website, thewholeworldisaplayground.com, writes Denise O’Donoghue. 

SHOWBIZ: Justin Timberlake to headline Super Bowl half-time show.


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