MORNING BULLETIN: Canadian PM says Quebec City mosque shooting was a terror attack

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MORNING BULLETIN: Canadian PM says Quebec City mosque shooting was a terror attack


IRELAND: The Taoiseach will meet the British Prime Minister to discuss Brexit when Theresa May visits Dublin later today.

IRELAND: Ten shots fired from an AK-type assault rifle during last week's attempted murder of a Northern Ireland policeman hit several spots on the forecourt in Crumlin Road, Belfast, which police say could have blown up if one of the fuel pumps was struck.

IRELAND: The majority of GPs support the legalisation of cannabis for therapeutic use, but not the Government’s policy on decriminalisation.

WORLD: Canada’s prime minister has said a shooting at a Quebec City mosque that killed five people was a terrorist act.

WORLD: The White House has vigorously defended US president Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions as protests spread throughout the country.

BUSINESS: Irish house prices should rise by up to 5% over the next year and a half, as mortgage arrears levels continue to slowly decline, international credit rating agency Moody’s has forecast.

SPORT: During the week Sport Ireland opened a national indoor sports arena. Or manrena, maybe. says Michael Moynihan.


FEATURE: While wonderful donations are made to charitable organisations, many people are using the system to get rid of rubbish, discovers Arlene Harris.

VIRAL: If you’re exhausted with the news of Donald Trump, here’s some light relief in the form of a gallery of people enjoying welcoming the Chinese New Year in London.

VIDEO: Darran O’Sullivan’s classy goal helps Glenbeigh-Glencar to Croker climax.

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