Your Monday morning news round up

A look inside Apple’s European headquarters in Cork; Nurses refuse to oversee private carers; and Benjy, the ’gay’ bull from Mayo is playing the field. These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this morning.

Your Monday morning news round up

TOP STORY

A look inside a global giant: Apple and their European headquarters in Cork

The European headquarters of the world’s biggest company employs 4,000 workers in Cork. Peter O’Dwyer gets a look inside

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IRELAND

Nurses refuse to oversee private carers

The HSE is locked in a dispute with nurses over who should be responsible for private home care workers providing unregulated services to thousands of older people.

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MOST READ: A look inside a global giant: Apple and their European headquarters in Cork

The European headquarters of the world’s biggest company employs 4,000 workers in Cork. Peter O’Dwyer gets a look inside

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SPORT

How do you replace the irreplaceable Paul O’Connell?

Paul O’Connell may be keeping quiet on his future but Anthony Foley knows it will not be with Munster and the head coach is making plans to bring in an overseas replacement for the departing Ireland captain.

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MOST READ: As Toulon splash cash, Munster grow surely, if slowly

In the end, joy and elation for a long-serving second row stalwart, but not the one we had hoped for.

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WORLD

Drug could double lung cancer patients’ life expectancy

A drug that frees the immune system to attack a devastating form of lung cancer has been shown to double the life expectancy of genetically targeted patients.

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MOST READ: Nazis got $20m in US welfare payments

The US’s social services paid $20.2m in benefits to more than 130 suspected Nazi war criminals, SS guards, and others who may have taken part in atrocities during the Second World War.

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BUSINESS

Euro Car Parks eyeing Nama assets

One of the country’s largest private car park operators has said Nama’s planned disposal of car parks may present fresh opportunities.

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MOST READ: Aer Lingus sale plan generates considerable political heat

If Aer Lingus is sold to IAG, Ireland could end up owning a version of it again in future, if New Zealand’s experience is any guide, writes Kyran FitzGerald.

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VIEWPOINTS

It’s time to get Cork Airport flying again

Cork Airport is in a competitive market but quality and better business always win out. Through improved marketing abroad, it will thrive again, writes Kevin Toland.

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LIFESTYLE

Massive Open Online Courses offer a brain boost of free education

Wondering how to keep your teenager busy this summer when summer jobs are thin on the ground? Fancy tipping your toe back into education? Grainne McGuinness is raving about MOOCs, short online courses, many of which are free.

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EXAMVIRAL

’Gay’ Mayo bull Benjy is playing the field

A "gay" bull saved from slaughter after an international campaign aided by the late Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon may have an eye for the heifers after all, his new owner has revealed.

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MOST READ: VIDEO: Huge crowd has some craic with the garda at Slane

Only in Ireland would you get several hundred soaking wet and tired concert goers make a police officer burst out laughing.

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TECHNOW

Capcom pulls PS4 Ultra Street Fighter IV from Capcom Pro Tour

Since its launch, the PlayStation 4 port of Ultra Street Fighter IV has been plagued with issues. This has resulted in Capcom pulling the PlayStation 4 version of the game from the Capcom Pro Tour, Capcom’s official Street Fighter league.

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MOST READ: Inbox by Gmail will let you unsend e-mails

It happens to the best of us; autocomplete ends up selecting the wrong recipient or we send an e-mail without an attachment. Inbox by Gmail lets you rectify your mistake without needing a sheepish follow-up e-mail.

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SHOWBIZ

Kim Kardashian is pregnant again

Kim Kardashian is pregnant with her second child with US rapper Kanye West.

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

A look inside a global giant: Apple and their European headquarters in Cork

The European headquarters of the world’s biggest company employs 4,000 workers in Cork. Peter O’Dwyer gets a look inside

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