Morning Report: The day's lead stories

Good morning. Here’s a look at the top stories you need to know, in the Irish Examiner’s Morning Report.

1. Royal ROG:

Former Munster and Ireland out-half Ronan O’ Gara was last night honoured at a testimonial dinner in London. See who turned up and a gallery of photos from the evening here.

2. Department review:

As the pressure mounts within the Department of Justice, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ordered an internal review of the department amid claims that Minister Shatter did nothing about Garda malpractice allegations for two years.

3. Supersmoker cig:

Morning Report: The day's lead stories


Now you can make calls and listen to music on YouTube or Spotify on your...e-cigarette. Find out more here.

4. Same-sex poll:

A new opinion poll shows that more than three quarters of people support same sex marriage.

5. Ukraine deal?

Morning Report: The day's lead stories

It has been reported that a deal has been reached between the government and protestors, to end the bloodshed in the Ukraine where 75 people are though to have died in the last two days.

6. Corkery’s message:

Having revealed his own battle with the illness, former Munster rugby star David Corkery has urged the public to reach out to anyone suffering from depression.

7. Nash support:

Morning Report: The day's lead stories
Limerick and Tipperary will support Cork in defeating the so-called ‘Anthony Nash motion’ at Congress tomorrow, but a lot more votes will be needed if they are to be successful.


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