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: Tanaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald has released a statement where she had said that the scale of the issues regarding the Gardaí are 'very concerning.'

IRELAND: The R116 black box has been recovered by divers working in Blacksod.

IRELAND: The Union of Students in Ireland has condemned the failure of Bus Éireann management to resolve the dispute with their workers, which they said has caused "travel misery for tens of thousands of students".

WORLD: A "deceitful" lawyer has been jailed for seven years for stealing around £4 million from clients and the Church of England and using it to fund her lavish lifestyle, police have said.

WORLD: Republican leaders are short of the votes needed for their healthcare overhaul bill hours ahead of a House vote demanded by Donald Trump, officials say.

SPORT: This is the Irish team facing Wales tonight.

BUSINESS:  Bank of Ireland's chief executive, Richie Boucher, is stepping down from the role that pays €961,000 a year.



SHOWBIZ: With just days until the final three contestants of Ireland’s Dancing with the Stars take to the floor in a bid to claim that glitterball trophy, fans and families haven't been shy in supporting their favourite celebrity.

VIRAL: Hundreds of volunteers are on the streets around the country collecting for Daffodil Day.

VIRAL: The longest Greenway in Ireland is due to open tomorrow.

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