MORNING BULLETIN: Police search Paris home after Champs-Elysees attack; 14 families face eviction after Limerick property sale

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MORNING BULLETIN: Police search Paris home after Champs-Elysees attack; 14 families face eviction after Limerick property sale

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IRELAND: Up to 14 families are facing eviction after their debt-ridden block of flats was sold to a pension fund.

IRELAND: The Taoiseach will travel to the Hague today as part of Ireland's efforts to be prioritised in Brexit negotiations.

IRELAND: A man suffering from a suspected heart attack has been rescued from a popular walking area known as “the cardiac steps” on Torc Mountain in the Killarney National Park in Co Kerry.

WORLD: Police have swooped on a home in a Paris suburb after a gunman opened fire on police on the Champs-Elysees boulevard, killing one officer and wounding three people before being shot dead.

WORLD: A 28-year-old German-Russian man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out the bomb attack against a bus carrying members of the Borussia Dortmund football team, prosecutors said.

BUSINESS: More than 11,500 complaints were made to motor insurers in the second half of 2016, according to the latest Central Bank consumer protection bulletin. More than half of the complaints related to pricing.

SPORT: In 10 years time, one wonders where Munster will be drawing players from, says Edward Newman.

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FEATURES: You’re in Kerry. No one will notice if you come running out of the bushes, thumping your chest and roaring “Me You Sex Now!”, says Ask Audrey.

VIRAL: Northern Ireland firefighter Terry Canning has been praised after he carried a struggling fellow runner across the finish line of this year's Boston Marathon. Watch it here!

SHOWBIZ: The global success of British music stars such as Adele and the rise of streaming services resulted in a record-breaking amount of royalties paid to songwriters in 2016.

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