MORNING BULLETIN: Taoiseach calls for Gardaí to face disciplinary action if found guilty of falsifying breath test figures; Limerick residents to lodge complaint over RTÉ show

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MORNING BULLETIN: Taoiseach calls for Gardaí to face disciplinary action if found guilty of falsifying breath test figures; Limerick residents to lodge complaint over RTÉ show

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IRELAND: The Taoiseach has called for gardaí found guilty of falsifying breath test figures to face disciplinary action amid fresh calls for Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan to be sacked.

IRELAND: Gardaí say it is too early to tell if remains found in Louth are those of missing Ciara Breen.

IRELAND: Limerick residents are to lodge a complaint with the broadcasting watchdog over the way they feel RTÉ portrayed their community on a hard-hitting health show.

WORLD: Hurricane Irma is continuing to tear a deadly path through the Caribbean as the scale of devastation in its wake begins to emerge.

BUSINESS: The drop in UK visitors could cost Ireland’s bars up to €70m this year, according to a report commissioned by the industry.

SPORT: Robbie Savage is confused. Has been since Monday evening when he heard some bloke on Irish TV going on and on about Wes Hoolahan and how the Republic of Ireland would have beaten Georgia in Tbilisi last weekend had the Norwich City player been picked.

SPORT: Tipperary were running scared of Kilkenny during the counties’ great modern rivalry, insists retired Kilkenny defender Jackie Tyrrell.

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FEATURES: Bill Linnane goes backstage at the National Bodybuilders Championship in Cork to hear about the competitors’ dedication to steroid-free methods of developing muscle

SHOWBIZ: Jennifer Lawrence has said the emotional demand of her latest film was “more than I’ve ever given”.

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