LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: 'Significant quantities' of children's remains found at site of former Tuam Mother and Baby Home

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: 'Significant quantities' of children's remains found at site of former Tuam Mother and Baby Home


IRELAND: "Significant quantities" of human remains have been discovered on the site of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home.

IRELAND: The Taoiseach's spokesman has rejected completely and out of hand claims by Alan Shatter as to his casual relationship with the truth.

IRELAND: It has been reported that families could receive a refund on their water bills. It is believed households will get back up to €325 under the deal.

WORLD: US vice president Mike Pence used a private email account to conduct public business when he was Indiana's governor, according to reports.

WORLD: An arrest warrant has been issued for a North Korean airline employee over the fatal poisoning of the half-brother of North Korea's leader, Malaysian police said.

BUSINESS: A group of teenagers from Galway, Cork, Kilkenny, Offaly and Dublin have claimed the winning spot at the 2017 BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp with their project entitled Mi Contact.

SPORT: Cork jockey Jeremiah McGrath escaped unscathed after a spectacular fall at Taunton racecourse yesterday.


VIRAL: Hollywood superstar Tom Hanks has sent a brand new espresso machine to the White House press corps to help them 'keep up the good fight'.

SHOWBIZ: After weeks of eager anticipation, Ed Sheeran released ÷ (Divide) and it includes two nods to our fair isle.

FEATURE: Gwen Loughman looked at the social and psychological impact volunteering has on everyone involved.

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