MORNING BULLETIN: Funerals of Martin McGuinness and Ryan McBride to be held in Derry today

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MORNING BULLETIN: Funerals of Martin McGuinness and Ryan McBride to be held in Derry today


WORLD: Armed police have launched a late-night raid on an address in Birmingham after yesterday's deadly attack in London in which three people, and the attacker, died and 40 were injured.

WORLD: World leaders have condemned the bloody terror attack outside the British Houses of Parliament that ended in the deaths of three people and the assailant.

IRELAND: Thousands of people will turn out in the City of Derry today for the funeral of Martin McGuinness.

IRELAND: The HSE knew gardaí had no issue with a damning report into the Grace sex abuse scandal being published as far back as 2011 but only published it this year, it has emerged.

IRELAND: Bodies of the missing crew of the Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 could be recovered from the sea off Mayo within hours.

SPORT: The funeral of Derry City football captain Ryan McBride will be held later today.

PROPERTY: A €25 million, 450-job new South Mall office block for foreign direct investment (FDI) and IT start-up companies will be seen as a highly significant vote of confidence in Cork city centre’s traditional office and commercial heartland.


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FEATURES: Gerald Fleming may be gone from our TV screens, but he’s as busy as ever generating forecasts from Met Éireann HQ. Jonathan deBurca Butler visits on World Meteorological Day.

VIRAL: Donald Trump Jr causes outrage with tweet criticising the London mayor after the Westminster attack.

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