LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man's body discovered in West Cork; Seventh person arrested over London bombing

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man's body discovered in West Cork; Seventh person arrested over London bombing

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IRELAND: Gardaí have launched an investigation following the discovery of a man's body in West Cork this morning

IRELAND: The price of an average home is surging by €500 a week, according to new figures from Real Estate Alliance.

IRELAND: A group representing independent supermarkets has failed to block the development of a large new Lidl outlet in north Cork.

WORLD: Alternative for Germany (AfD) was founded four years ago at the height of the eurozone crisis, when opposition to a German bailout of other countries using the common currency was strong.

WORLD: A seventh person has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green bombing, Scotland Yard said.

BUSINESS: Two DCU students have turned their solution to the time-consuming task of transcribing hours of interviews into a start-up business, attracting more than 4,000 users of the application in five months.

SPORT: The depth of affection for the late Tony Keady far beyond Galway’s borders was underlined again on Saturday when a deputation from Cork visited Oranmore to make a presentation of Cork hurling memorabilia to the Keady family.

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FEATURES: After suffering three days of ‘inhuman, dangerous and barbaric’ treatment, Easter Rising hero Thomas Ashe died in hospital, 100 years ago today.

ARTS: At 75, Cork Folk Festival headliner Andy Irvine still gets a buzz out of touring and playing his music

VIRAL: Many women will know what it’s like to have their opinions and suggestions ignored, only for a man to repeat the very same thing and getting a round of applause. The English language was lacking a specific word that accurately describes this scenario – until now.

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