EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

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EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today


IRELAND: Anti-Brexit campaigners have marched on the Stormont parliament in the North to voice concerns about the future of free border movement. Nigel Farage has said Irish people should "watch this Brexit process and think about your own futures".

IRELAND: Crisis-hit garda commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan "fears" the phantom drink driving tests scandal which has led to calls for her to resign may not be confined to the force’s traffic section.

IRELAND: Everyone deserves a happy ever after but Nicola Collins never got hers. These are the words of the murder victim’s friend, Catherine Coffey O’Brien, who had been friends with the 38-year-old woman since they were in Nazareth House institution in Tralee as children.

WORLD: The Westminster attack must be a "wake-up call" for technology giants over their efforts to tackle terrorist content online, the acting head of Scotland Yard has warned.

WORLD: European Union leaders say they will remain united and strive to protect the bloc's interest following Britain's decision to leave.

SPORT: Gold Cup-winning jockey Robbie Power starts a new phase of his career on Thursday as newly-appointed retained rider for Alan and Ann Potts.

BUSINESS: Income tax breaks before the economic crash eroded the Government's tax base and caused even greater austerity during the crisis, according to the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).



VIRAL: A video showing a boy with cerebral palsy dancing with his mum for the first time on her wedding day is going viral.

SHOWBIZ: With Graham Norton on some well deserved holidays and Dancing with the Stars Ireland no more, weekend television has lost the appeal it once had. Don’t worry there’s always Netflix and we’re here to let you know that April is set to be a good month for their originals. Here are five we would definitely recommend you give a go this weekend.

FEATURE: Most of the human race is right-handed, and its been that way for 500,000 years. Dr Naomi Lavelle finds out more about handedness.

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