MORNING BULLETIN: Government told: Build 90,000 social homes or admit failure; Man dies after running into flames at Burning Man festival

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MORNING BULLETIN: Government told: Build 90,000 social homes or admit failure; Man dies after running into flames at Burning Man festival

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IRELAND: More than 90,000 social homes and apartments need to be built in the next five years or the Government will have to admit failure on the housing and homelessness crisis, campaigners have claimed.

IRELAND: The recommendation of the Mackinnon report to expand Cork City boundaryhas split county and city officials, businesses and local communities.

IRELAND: A new photographic project aims to recreate moments captured through Cork’s history.

WORLD: A man rushed past layers of security officers into a massive fire at the Burning Man festival's signature ceremony, suffering burns that left him dead just hours later

BUSINESS: Measures need to be taken in order to make small and medium enterprises ’Brexit-proof’ or it “could derail Ireland’s economy”, a body representing Irish and British business has said.

SPORT: Another September. Dreams fled away, as Thomas Kinsella used to say.

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FEATURES: Educational psychologist Richard Hogan looks at a number of ways to get through to your teenagers.

ARTS: After appearing in the Star Wars films, the next biggie for Irish actress Genevieve O’Reilly is Tin Star, Sky’s new TV series, writes Esther McCarthy.

SHOWBIZ: Piers Morgan returned to the set of Good Morning Britain on Monday after a summer breakdespite being “in agony” with three fractured ribs.

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