Your Tuesday morning news round up

A Junior Cert student and her family are living in a car in Killarney; Northern Ireland is ’on guard’ for an attempt to make a ’united British’ football team; and 17 people, mostly children, have been killed in a Peru bus fall. These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this morning.

Your Tuesday morning news round up

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Junior Cert student and family live in a car

A 15-year-old Killarney student has no place to live and yesterday went in to her Junior Cert geography exam knowing her family, including her nine-year-old brother and 20-month-old baby sister, had no more money for food.

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IRELAND

Man hospitalised after violence in Dublin

A man is in hospital in Dublin following what gardaí are describing as a violent incident.

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MOST READ: Junior Cert student and family live in a car

A 15-year-old Killarney student has no place to live and yesterday went in to her Junior Cert geography exam knowing her family, including her nine-year-old brother and 20-month-old baby sister, had no more money for food.

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SPORT

Northern Ireland 'on guard' for attempt to make 'united British' football team

Northern Ireland, England, Scotland, and Wales should be on their guard against any threat to strip the home nations of their separate status, senior figures have warned.

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MOST READ: This Cork team just not good enough

I have given the Cork team and management the benefit of the doubt over the past three years, a point I was reminded of by an old Waterford friend departing Semple Stadium on Sunday evening.

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WORLD

17, mostly children, killed in Peru bus fall

A truck carrying schoolchildren home from a parade has fallen into a ravine in Peru’s Andes Mountains, killing 17 people and injuring 33, authorities said.

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MOST READ: Iconic photo through the lens of history

He stands in the northbound lane of Vietnam’s Highway 1, traffic swirling around him, horns honking.

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BUSINESS

Snoop Dogg sues beer brewer for breach of contract over sale

Rapper Snoop Dogg is suing a US brewer over a deal he says entitles him a portion of the proceeds from the company’s sale last year.

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MOST READ: Bank wants to take heat out of housing market

Ireland needs to make renting much more attractive to tenants and landlords to take the heat out of the housing market and prevent the chances of another housing bubble, a deputy head at the Central Bank has said.

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VIEWPOINTS

FERGUS FINLAY: While we make sport of Delaney, the real scandal is elsewhere

FAI boss John Delaney and media owner Denis O’Brien are the men we’re all supposed to love to hate, men who attract scandal-laden headlines whenever they do anything, writes Fergus Finlay

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LIFESTYLE

Feeling like a fish out of water with social anxiety

Do you have a friend or family member who avoids social situations, to the extent that you’ve given up inviting them out? They could be suffering from social anxiety, says Elizabeth O’Neill as it affects one in seven Irish people

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EXAMVIRAL

Are you fit enough for the 1,000 Ab Challenge?

Fitness YouTuber Cassey Ho has struck again with another crazy challenge!

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MOST READ: Leaving Cert Flashback: How well do you remember Maths?

Grab your calculators and maybe a pen and paper and see if you can pass the Leaving Cert Maths quiz!

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TECHNOW

James Cameron has seen Terminator Genisys - here's what he thinks!

In one of the best things ever, James Cameron has watched the new Terminator movie. And here he is telling everyone what he thought.

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SHOWBIZ

You can now Skype with Shane Lynch for €68

The Dubliner is even offering to perform in your living room for £7,000, but you’ll have to be quick as there are only five left.

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Junior Cert student and family live in a car

A 15-year-old Killarney student has no place to live and yesterday went in to her Junior Cert geography exam knowing her family, including her nine-year-old brother and 20-month-old baby sister, had no more money for food.

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