EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.

EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today


IRELAND: A fourth death has been confirmed after the fire in Dublin that occurred last night.

IRELAND: Enormous crowds of people lined the streets today in support of repealing the 8th Amendment.

IRELAND: Members of the Cabinet are meeting 'by phone' this evening, to approve revised terms of reference for the so-called 'Grace' inquiry.

WORLD: A freight train has crashed into a bus full of Texas tourists visiting Gulf Coast casinos, killing four in Biloxi, Mississippi.

WORLD: Hawaii plans to challenge US President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, Attorney General Doug Chin has said.

SPORT: Bournemouth claim it is "extraordinary" for Tyrone Mings to have been found guilty of a stamp on Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, which will see the defender serve a five-match ban.

BUSINESS: Revenue recouped just over €11m from 76 tax settlements during the final three months of 2016.


SHOWBIZ: Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has revealed that a scene in which her character was raped motivated her to join the fight against domestic violence.

SHOWBIZ: Emma Watson has surprised fans by hiding novels around the world to mark International Women’s Day.

VIRAL: More people are treating their pets with cannabis.

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