EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

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EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today


IRELAND: Gardaí are investigating claims a child has been offered for sale in Limerick.

IRELAND: A brave Cork man has told how a visit to the dentist led to the greatest battle of his life – against one of Ireland’s rarest cancers.

IRELAND: Cork County Councillor Diarmuid O’Cadhla has described his arrest and questioning by gardaí yesterday in connection with the vandalism of Victorian street signs in Cork.

WORLD: A police sharpshooter has accidentally fired his weapon during a speech by President Francois Hollande and two people were slightly injured, the top official of France’s Charente region said.

WORLD: A Florida student accused of randomly killing a couple in their garage and chewing on the dead man’s face told television psychologist Phil McGraw he was fleeing a demon-like figure named Daniel and only had a vague recollection of the incident.

SPORT: Leigh Halfpenny has owned up to the "mistake" of turning down a penalty attempt in Wales' RBS 6 Nations defeat to Scotland, according to kicking coach Neil Jenkins.

BUSINESS: Arguments about the potential €60bn bill that the UK may owe the EU as it prepares to quit the Union could eat into the time left for the UK to strike a new trade deal, a leading economist has warned.


SHOWBIZ: Today Kim Kardashian has tweeted her love for our shores, reminded us of the time she popped into the Portlaoise cinema on her honeymoon and added an Irish theme update to her multi-million dollar game.

SHOWBIZ: Actress Emma Watson has posed braless in one of her most risque magazine photo shoots to date, and says she has made the “transition into being a woman on-screen” in her latest movie role.

VIRAL: A woman recovering from anorexia is on the hunt for a stranger who handed her an encouraging note on a train in England.

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