LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Unique solution needed for Irish border after Brexit, says Brussels; Davy Fitzgerald to stay with Wexford for another season

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Unique solution needed for Irish border after Brexit, says Brussels; Davy Fitzgerald to stay with Wexford for another season

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IRELAND: Remains found at a house in Co Louth are not those of missing teenager Ciara Breen.

IRELAND: Europe has called for a unique solution for the Irish border in the wake of Brexit.

IRELAND: Gardaí are asking for help in finding two missing teenagers believed to be together.

WORLD: Theresa May has been accused by senior peers of misquoting a parliamentary committee to justify granting the Government "unprecedented and extraordinary" powers in the Brexit repeal Bill.

SPORT: Davy Fitzgerald will continue as Wexford senior hurling manager for at least one more season, it will be confirmed later today.

SPORT: Two Athlone Town players have been banned from football for 12 months.

SPORT: Former UFC fighter and analyst Dan Hardy has taken to Twitter to call out Davy Russell, after the Irish rider was handed a four-day ban for punching a horse on the neck.

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VIRAL: Irish newsreader starts skitting during news bulletin in Scotland.

SHOWBIZ: William takes Prince George on first school run as too-sick Kate stays at home.

SHOWBIZ: Just as you’ve managed to get through that Electric Picnic fear, festival bosses go and tear down your week of hard work in a second by announcing that tickets for next year’s event will go on sale tomorrow.

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