MORNING BULLETIN: Suitcases may belong to missing Tina Satchwell; Complaint about abortion billboard dismissed by North's regulator

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MORNING BULLETIN: Suitcases may belong to missing Tina Satchwell; Complaint about abortion billboard dismissed by North's regulator

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IRELAND: Gardaí are examining two suitcases which the husband of missing East Cork woman Tina Satchwell said might have been hers.

IRELAND: A Clare man remains in hospital after a hay bale rolled over the man at a farm in Fanore.

IRELAND: It costs around €800 to send a first year student to secondary school, according to the annual school costs survey by Barnardos.

IRELAND: A complaint about a billboard campaign claiming the North's restrictive abortion laws had saved 100,000 lives has been dismissed by the regulator.

WORLD: The US Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee Christopher Wray to serve as FBI director.

WORLD: Donald Trump has said he wants to be "very involved" with the UK because "you don't hear the word Britain anymore".

BUSINESS: New proposals from the Central Bank to aid mortgage switching are helpful but fail to address the level of paperwork and administration in the process, a mortgage expert has said.

SPORT: Rory Gallagher has insisted that severe personal criticism of him on social media didn’t influence his decision to resign as Donegal manager.

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FEATURES: Less than a month after the untimely death of popular LGBT rights advocate Dave Roche, his partner Paul O’Shea gives an insight into the love they shared.

SHOWBIZ: John Boyega has said the upcoming Star Wars film sends off Carrie Fisher. in an “amazing way”.

SHOWBIZ: The wife of Oscar-winning actor Casey Affleck has filed for divorce reportedly citing “irreconcilable differences”.

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