LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Irish person was injured in Westminster attack

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Irish person was injured in Westminster attack


IRELAND: An Irish person was among those injured in yesterday's terror attack in Westminster.

WORLD: The Westminster attacker was a British citizen who was known to the police and security services and had been investigated some years ago over violent extremism, British Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed.

You can read our full coverage of the Westminster attack here.

IRELAND: A Tipperary man has been convicted of cruelty for keeping dogs in appalling living conditions.

ANALYSIS: An Bord Pleanála has a duty to the Irish people that it is not living up to with regards to Indaver’s plans for Cork Harbour, argues Linda Fitzpatrick.

SPORT: At the funeral Mass of Ryan McBride this morning, Fr Aidan Mullan referred to the Derry City captain as an athlethe who had "achieved much and still had great potential".

SPORT: Rassie Erasmus struck gold when he captured Jaco Taute on a short-term loan from the Stormers, but is it too much to expect Jean Deysel to make a similar impact during his limited time at Munster?

BUSINESS: Efforts to boost house building could end up in a bloated construction industry and the economy ultimately overheating if the Government were to fail to rein in spending, the Economic and Social Research Institute has warned.


SHOWBIZ: This year's Electric Picnic headliners have been announced.

ARTS: Pat Falvey’s new theatre show tells how a builder from the north side of Cork climbed Everest and undertook other great feats of exploration, writes Ellie O’Byrne.

SHOWBIZ: Watch the moment Reese Witherspoon found out she’s 63% Irish.

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